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Jan Vermeer
1632-1675

Vermeer is best know for his scenes of everyday domestic life, he received little recognition whilst alive and it was not until the 1860's that his work was appreciated. An air of calm pervades many of his works largely due to the choice of cool blues and yellows.

KEY WORKS
Woman Holding a Balance
View of Delft c1660 -
MAURITSHUIS MUSEUM The Hague
Kitchen Maid
The Little Street -
 RIJKSMUSEUM AMSTERDAM
A Lady with Her Maid The Frick Collection New York
Interior with an Astronomer -  
LOUVRE - Paris
Interior with a Music Lesson The Royal Collection Windsor Castle
Head of a Girl with a Pearl Earring c1665- MAURITSHUIS MUSEUM The Hague
Interior with a Girl at a Window Gemaldegalerie Dresden
The Lace-Maker c1669 -
LOUVRE - Paris
A Woman Weighing Pearls or Gold c1662 -
NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART WASHINGTON DC
Allegory of Painting c1666 - Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
The Love Letter c1669 -
RIJKSMUSEUM AMSTERDAM
The Glass of Wine c1660 - Gemaldegalerie SMPK Berlin
Young Woman with a Pearl Necklace c1662 - Gemaldegalerie SMPK Berlin
The Astronomer 1668 -
LOUVRE - Paris

Related artists include:  Dou, Jan van EYCK, Hammershoi, Pieter de HOOCH, Metsu

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The Lacemaker 1669-70

Girl with Red Hat

Skivvy with milk jug 1658

 
 

 

 

 

 
 

The Music Lesson 1662/64

The Art of Painting 1665

The Girl with a Pearl Earring 1665
MAURITSHUIS MUSEUM The Hague

 
 

 

 

 

 
 

Girl reading a letter by an open window 1658
original oil on canvas is in the

RIJKSMUSEUM AMSTERDAM

 
         

 

Girl Asleep at a Table,
c.1657
original oil on canvas is in the

The METROPOLITAN MUSEUM of ART - New York

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