Johannes Vermeer, Diana and her Companions, 1653-56. A very quiet moment in a scene that ends in an intrusive male presence; beautiful, but fagile, typically Vermeer. There are clear religious overtones - dove like napkin, bowl, foot washing - have strong Catholic associations. These references may have had to do with the fact he'd just married a Catholic (one several social rungs above his station).
Johannes Vermeer - Diane et ses compagnes ou Diane et ses nymphes est une peinture du maître hollandais Johannes Vermeer conservée au Mauritshuis de La Haye (Pays-Bas). Le tableau représente Diane entourée de nymphes. Contrairement aux habitudes, cette toile représente les nymphes vêtues. L'influence de Rembrandt est évidente, particulièrement sa représentation de Bethsabée qui semble avoir servi de modèle à Vermeer.
Pintura de Vermeer é autenticada e será leiloada por R$ 30 milhões
Vermeer-Lady Standing at a Virginal Jan Vermeer van Delft (baptized 31 October 1632 in Delft , buried December 15th 1675 in Delft; Contemporary: Joannis ver sea , Joannis van der Meer ) is one of the most famous Dutch painters of the Baroque . He worked in the era of Golden Age of the Netherlands , in which the country experienced a political, economic and cultural heyday.
Johannes Vermeer Painter Johannes, Jan or Johan Vermeer was a Dutch painter who specialized in domestic interior scenes of middle-class life. Vermeer was a moderately successful provincial genre painter in his lifetime. Wikipedia Born: October 31, 1632, Delft, Netherlands Died: December 15, 1675, Delft, Netherlands Known for: Painting Spouse: Catharina Bolnes (m. 1653–1675) Children: Cornelia Vermeer, Catharina Vermeer, Maria johannes vermeer self portrait - Google Search