Traces Of Vermeer

Author: Jane Jelley
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198789726
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The few traces Vermeer has left behind tell us little: there are no letters or diaries; and no reports of him at work. Jane Jelley has taken a new path in this detective story.

A Study Of Vermeer

Author: Edward A. Snow
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520071322
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Here is a book to enthrall not only students of Vermeer, but anyone who feels the exhilaration of what Cézanne called "thinking in images."

Vermeer S Camera

Author: Philip Steadman
Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks
ISBN: 9780192803023
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Explores the possibility that Vermeer used the camera obscura to achieve the photographic qualities of his paintings and provides a history of the camera obscura, how it is used, and the composition of Vermeer's paintings.

Vermeer And His Milieu

Author: John Michael Montias
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691002897
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In spite of all my efforts and of those who preceded me in combing through Delft's
archives, less documentary evidence has survived regarding Vermeer himself
than regarding his grandparents, his uncles and aunts, and especially his in-laws
: Maria Thins, the formidable mother of his wife Catharina, and Catharina's
irascible brother Willem. Vermeer seems to have been exclusively devoted to his
art. He left few traces in the notarial archives and none in the judicial records of
his time.

Second World And Green World

Author: Harry Berger
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520071810
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Viewed in this light, Gowing's account of the development of one of Vermeer's
principal themes may be given a more formal emphasis, which at the same time
makes contact with significant changes in artistic representation occurring in
Vermeer's time — changes recently identified and conceptualized by Svetlana Al-
pers, to whose analysis I shall return in the next section of this essay. Gowing
traces Vermeer's transformation of the theme of venal love, first announced in
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A Vision Of Nature

Author: Michael Tobias
Publisher: Kent State University Press
ISBN: 9780873384834
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Tobias examines the ancient cultures of the Mediterranean, the ascetics of Sinai and Tibet, and the Pure Land Buddhists.