Posts Tagged ‘vermeer’

Vermeer’s paintings might be 350 year-old color photographs

July 1, 2014

#Vermeer’s paintings might be 350 year-old color #photographs http://boingboing.net/2014/06/10/vermeers-paintings-might-be.html #NewTek founder’s quest to replicate works w/ mirrors

For Fervent Fans of the Dutch Masters, ‘It’s a Dream Come True’ – NYTimes.com

November 30, 2013

What a Tokyo scientist sees in NY: 14 of #Vermeer’s 37! For Fervent Fans of the Dutch Masters, It’s a Dream Come True
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/28/arts/design/for-fervent-fans-of-the-dutch-masters-its-a-dream-come-true.html 4+5+4+1 = 14

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But a convergence is also driving traffic to the exhibition: With four Vermeers at the Frick through Jan. 19, five in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection, four at the National Gallery of Art in Washington and one attributed, in whole or in part, to Vermeer now on loan to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Eastern Seaboard temporarily features 38.8 percent of all known Vermeers, accessible by Amtrak. (A reported 37th painting has long been disputed.)