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The 1000++ Artworks of topic Girls and containing the word jan vermeer, oil on canvas, baroque, girls, women, 1650



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Jan Vermeer - The Girl with a Pearl EarringThe Girl with a Pearl EarringJan Vermeer

The artwork Girl with a Pearl Earring, or 'Het Meisje with de Parel' in Dutch, is one of Johannes Vermeer's (Dutch Painter) masterworks and has a pearl earring as a focal point, as the name suggests. The picture is now housed at The Hague's Mauritshuis museum. It's also known as or 'the Mona Lisa of...

Mauritshuis (The Hague, Netherlands)
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Jan Vermeer - Girl Reading a Letter at an Open WindowGirl Reading a Letter at an Open WindowJan Vermeer

Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window is an oil painting by Dutch Baroque painter Johannes Vermeer. Completed in approximately 1657–1659, the well-preserved painting is on display at the Gemäldegalerie in Dresden. For many years, the attribution of the painting—which features a young Dutch woman r...

Gemäldegalerie (Dresden, Germany)
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Jan Vermeer - Girl with a FluteGirl with a FluteJan Vermeer

Girl with a flute is an oil on panel painting by Johannes Vermeer. Painted ca. 1665-1670. The painting (20 x 17.8 cm) is in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington.

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John William Waterhouse - The lady of shalott studyThe lady of shalott studyJohn William Waterhouse

The lady of shalott study (1894) is a artwork by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse. One of waterhouse's painting depicting a femme fatale. Waterhouse's interest in themes associated with the Pre-Raphaelites, particularly tragic or powerful femmes fatales, as well as plein-ai...

Falmouth Art Gallery (Falmouth, United Kingdom)
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Jan Vermeer - The Girl with the Red Hat [c. 1665]The Girl with the Red Hat [c. 1665]Jan Vermeer

Girl with a Red Hat is a small painting by the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer, executed 1665-1666, in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.. It is one of a number of Vermeer's tronies -- depictions of models fancifully dressed that were not (as far as is known) intended to be portraits of ...