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J. Vermeer The Allegory of Faith (Allegorie op het geloof) c. 1670- 1674 Oil on canvas 114.3 x 88.9 cm. (45 x 35 in.) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

J. Vermeer The Allegory of Faith (Allegorie op het geloof) c. 1670- 1674 Oil on canvas 114.3 x 88.9 cm. (45 x 35 in.) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

"The concert" (c. 1663 - 1666) By Johannes Vermeer, from Delft, Netherlands (1632 - 1675) - oil on canvas; 72.5 x 64.7 cm; 28 1/2 x 25 1/2 in - [Baroque] © Isabella Gardner Museum, Boston, Massachusetts, US [STOLEN]

"The concert" (c. 1663 - 1666) By Johannes Vermeer, from Delft, Netherlands (1632 - 1675) - oil on canvas; 72.5 x 64.7 cm; 28 1/2 x 25 1/2 in - [Baroque] © Isabella Gardner Museum, Boston, Massachusetts, US [STOLEN]

Irish Slang

Irish Slang

Rubens - Old Woman and  Boy with Candle (1616-1617) - While visiting Italy, Rubens had been impressed by Caravaggio's melodramatic light effects and he attempts the same here in this allegory of age / youth. The painting appears to have meant  a lot to him since he kept it in a private collection for the remainder of his life.

Rubens - Old Woman and Boy with Candle (1616-1617) - While visiting Italy, Rubens had been impressed by Caravaggio's melodramatic light effects and he attempts the same here in this allegory of age / youth. The painting appears to have meant a lot to him since he kept it in a private collection for the remainder of his life.

John Singer Sargent's "Madame X" as it might have originally been painted. This painting ruined the reputation of its subject.

John Singer Sargent's "Madame X" as it might have originally been painted. This painting ruined the reputation of its subject.

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