Roses painting

Roses Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Albert Williams

Vermeer Still Life Vermeer never painted a still life as such, but many of his interiors included them. A white jug like this appears in a 3 of his 37 paintings, a maid asleep, the girl with a wineglass and the music lesson. These images include seduction and inebriation, those were very prudish times.I have had great difficulty finding a pure white delft jug, but I managed to finally get one, with a little help from a can of spray paint.

Vermeer Still Life Vermeer never painted a still life as such, but many of his interiors included them. A white jug like this appears in a 3 of his 37 paintings, a maid asleep, the girl with a wineglass and the music lesson. These images include seduction and inebriation, those were very prudish times.I have had great difficulty finding a pure white delft jug, but I managed to finally get one, with a little help from a can of spray paint.

STILL LIFE WITH BASKET OF FRUIT ON A TABLE WITH A RUG, BY WILLIAM DUFFIELD

STILL LIFE WITH BASKET OF FRUIT ON A TABLE WITH A RUG, BY WILLIAM DUFFIELD


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A new exhibit at the Louvre shows the Dutch painter as part of a dense network of painters cribbing from and riffing off each other

A Portrait of Vermeer As One of the Boys

A new exhibit at the Louvre shows the Dutch painter as part of a dense network of painters cribbing from and riffing off each other

Johannes Vermeer 1632-1675, The Art of Painting. The artist in painting is assumed to be Vermeer playing with viewers by not revealing his own face

Johannes Vermeer 1632-1675, The Art of Painting. The artist in painting is assumed to be Vermeer playing with viewers by not revealing his own face

"Woman in Blue Reading a Letter" (1663-64) Johannes Vermeer. Rijksmuseum.   Little known fact: Vermeer’s "Woman in Blue reading a Letter" (1663-4) has had four frames in the past 170 years. Astonishingly, all survive at the Rijksmuseum - offering a unique opportunity to study the impact of framing on the Delft master’s work.

"Woman in Blue Reading a Letter" (1663-64) Johannes Vermeer. Rijksmuseum. Little known fact: Vermeer’s "Woman in Blue reading a Letter" (1663-4) has had four frames in the past 170 years. Astonishingly, all survive at the Rijksmuseum - offering a unique opportunity to study the impact of framing on the Delft master’s work.

Johannes Vermeer "The Love Letter", 1666, Oil on canvas, 44 cm × 38.5 cm, in Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam

Johannes Vermeer "The Love Letter", 1666, Oil on canvas, 44 cm × 38.5 cm, in Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam

Still life I think that this is good because of how it is set up and also the light looks natural which adds to the photo because the light reflects off of the glass

Still life I think that this is good because of how it is set up and also the light looks natural which adds to the photo because the light reflects off of the glass

Vermeer. La leçon de musique (1662-64) Huile sur toile, 73,3 × 64,5 cm, Buckingham Palace, Londres. Read more at http://www.rivagedeboheme.fr/pages/arts/peinture-17e-siecle/johannes-vermeer.html#S1B3EEpHxrORtmEx.99

Vermeer. La leçon de musique (1662-64) Huile sur toile, 73,3 × 64,5 cm, Buckingham Palace, Londres. Read more at http://www.rivagedeboheme.fr/pages/arts/peinture-17e-siecle/johannes-vermeer.html#S1B3EEpHxrORtmEx.99

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