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                      A Gallery of 17th-and 18th-century Paintings, Drawings and Engravings of Delft

                      "Vermeer's life and art are closely associated with the city of Delft. He was born in Delft in 1632 lived there until his death in 1675. Delft, despite being a commercial center in the mid-seventeenth century, was a provincial place. Its growth was restrained and orderly; its canals and houses small and unpretentious. Today one still finds this tranquility in its tree-lined streets. Only its two great churches, the Oude Kerk and the Nieuwe Kerk, interrupt the low profile of the city's skyline.

                      Some of the difficulties of appraising Vermeer's achievement are inherent in any attempt to interpret the works of a previous era. Paintings are essentially a means of communication. Through them artists strive to relate stories, ideas, moods, and credos. Delft in the early 1650s became an active and exciting place for a young artist like Vermeer. The stylistic conventions that had recently dominated the city were replaced by fresh approaches to the depiction of landscape, cityscape, architectural painting, portraiture, and genre painting. Whereas Delft artists in the first half of the century had effectively removed their subjects from the context of daily life, those working after 1650 actively sought to depict man within, and reacting to, a specific environment. Identifiable buildings, streets, churches, and tombs serve as backdrops, or even points of focus, for their paintings. Locations are recognizable because objects are painted with the utmost care and precision. At the same time, these artists became increasingly aware of the effects of natural light in both interior and exterior scenes." 1

                      The School of Delft, as the burst of artistic activity is commonly referred to today, was loosely composed of a heterogeneous group of artists, most of whom were born outside Delft but worked there at one time or another for varying lengths of time between 1650 and 1670. These artists came to Delft from many locations and for many reasons. According to some art historians, there was, however, no pivotal figure in Delft (least of all Vermeer) around whom the other painters gathered for inspiration although at one time or another , and even have been cast in the role of catalysts.

                      2018救济金6元棋牌We know that Italian artists and art writers of the Renaissance thought the artistic production from each of the major Italian cities (Rome, Florence and Venice) presented distinct characteristics distinguishing them from the others. There is no documentary evidence showing that painters of Amsterdam, Haarlem or Utrecht had ever viewed the more innovative art production of Delft distinct from the production of other cities—enough so to merit an appellative. Nor is it known if the painters of the School of Delft themselves held that there was a common thread binding them together. Vermeer may have urged the awkward to draw his figures and organize his compositions with greater care, but if Vermeer's white-washed walls owe more to the pearl-gray church walls of or rather than to the stark white background of Fabritius's tiny is impossible to know. A significant number of the paintings produced in Delft are not dated, frustrating attempts to determine the directions of influence with any degree of accuracy.

                      DelftThe Oude Kerk in Delft (detail)
                      Emmanuel de Witte
                      1655
                      Oil on Canvas, 51,8 x 41 cm
                      Private collection

                      2018救济金6元棋牌On the other hand, it is almost impossible to believe that in a city as small as Delft, which at that time could have been be crossed by foot in a few minutes, such exceptionally talented painters belonging to the same guild would not have talked shop and kept a close eye on their collogues' progress, if nothing else in order not to out shown in the art market's competitive arena.

                      But the flowering of the School of Delft wilted as quickly as it it had bloomed: by 1675 most of the painters who had contributed the the city's artistic rise had left Delft, attracted, most likely, by better financial prospects elsewhere as Delft's economy lapsed into inexorable decline.

                      Works


                      FrisiusTruchsess wordt te Delft ontvangen, 1584
                      1584
                      Atlas van Stolk
                      print maker: Simon Frisius
                      publisher: Michiel Colijn
                      publisher: Amsterdam
                      1613–1615 and/or 1621–1622
                      Engraving on paper, 13.5 x 16.2 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      vroomView of Delft from the Southwest
                      Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom
                      c. 1615
                      Oil on canvas, 71 x 160 cm.
                      Prinsenhof, Delft

                      veldeThe Oostpoort (East Gate) at Delft
                      Jan van de Velde II
                      1625–1630
                      Pen and brown ink, 19.1 x 30.4 cm.
                      Musée de l'École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris

                      brueghelView of Delft
                      Jan Brueghel

                      Ink and pencil on paper, 203 x 400 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      View of a Dutch TownView of a Dutch Town (Delft?)
                      Willem van de Velde the Younger (1633–1707)

                      Metalpoint and gray wash on laid paper, incised with stylus, 18 x 28.8 cm.
                      National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

                      dddView of the Rotterdam Gate at Delft (verso: Sketches of Sailboats and Two Seated Figures)
                      Simon de Vlieger
                      c. 1600–1653
                      Graphite and gray wash, on paper; verso: graphite.
                      19.4 x 28.9 cm.
                      The Morgan Library, New York

                      Simon VliegerThe Northwest Side of the Rotterdam Gate at Delft in Winter
                      Simon de Vlieger
                      c. 1645–1650
                      Black chalk, brush and gray ink on paper, 14.8 x 23.3 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdm

                      View of Delft from the North, Jn de VosView of Delft from the North
                      Jan de Vos I
                      1647
                      Stedelijk museum Prinsenhof, Delft

                      kesselThe Rotterdam Gate at Delft
                      Jan van Kessel
                      c. 1649–1669
                      Black chalk, pen and brown ink, 17.9 x 24.4 cm.
                      Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, De Grez Collection, Brussels

                      A View of The Hague from the Northwest, Jan van Goyen A View of The Hague from the Northwest
                      Jan van Goyen
                      1647
                      Oil on wood, 66 x 96.2 cm.
                      Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

                      The Nieuwe Kerk at Delft with the Tomb of Willem the Silent, Emanuel de WitteThe Nieuwe Kerk at Delft with the Tomb of Willem the Silent
                      Emanuel de Witte
                      1650
                      Oil on oak panel, 68.6 × 48.3 cm.
                      Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit

                      View of Delft, Jan de Bisschop A View of Delft
                      Jan de Bisschop
                      c. 1650–1660
                      Graphite, pen and brush amd brown ink , 9.5 x 15.5 cm.
                      Amsterdams Historisch Museum, Asmterdam

                      Pieter van AschThe Delft City Wall with the Houttuinen
                      Pieter Jansz van Asch:
                      c. 1650
                      Oil on canvas, 53 x 76 cm.
                      Private collection

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Emmanuel de WitteInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Emanuel de Witte
                      probably 1650
                      Oil on panel, 48.3 x 34.6 cm.
                      Metropolitan Museum of Art, New Yorl

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Emmanuel de Witte Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Emanuel de Witte
                      1651
                      Oil on oak panel, 60.5 x 44 cm.
                      Wallace Collection, London

                      Woman with Basket of Beans in the Kitchen Garden, Pieter de HoochWoman with Basket of Beans in the Kitchen Garden
                      Pieter de Hooch
                      1651
                      Oil on canvas, 69.5 x 59 cm.
                      Kunstmuseum Basel

                      The Tomb of William the Silent in the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft, 1651, Gerard HouckgeestThe Tomb of William the Silent in the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft, 1651
                      Gerard Houckgeest
                      1651
                      Oil on panel, 56 x 38 cm.
                      Maritshuis, The Hague

                      Choir of the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft with the Tomb of William the Silent, Gerard HouckgeestChoir of the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft with the Tomb of William the Silent
                      Gerard Houckgeest
                      c. 1651
                      Oil on panel, 66.5 x 77.5 cm.
                      Mauritshuis, The Hague

                      Carel Fabritius, A View of DelftA View of Delft
                      Carel Fabritius
                      1652
                      Oil on canvas, 20.9 x 35.7 cm.
                      National Gallery, London

                      goyenView of Delft
                      Jan van Goyen
                      1652
                      Chalk and brush on paper, 11.9 x 19.7 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      goyenOostpoort in Delft
                      Jan van Goyen

                      Drawing on paper, 12 x 19 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      The Oostpoort of theTown of Delft, with a Mill
                      Jan Josefsz. Van Goyen

                      Black chalk, grey wash, brown ink framing lines
                      10.6 x 16.9 cm.
                      Private collection

                      Oostpoort of DelftOostpoort of Delft
                      Anonymous draughtsman: Jan van Goyen (school of)
                      c. 1600–1699
                      Brush and ink, 12.6 x 74 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, with the Tomb of Piet Hein, Hendrick van VlietInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, with the Tomb of Piet Hein
                      Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet
                      between 1652 and 1653
                      Oil on panel, 76 x 65 cm.
                      Private collection

                      Interior of a Church, Emmanuel de Witte Interior of a Church
                      Emanuel de Witte:
                      c. 1660
                      Oil on canvas, 80 x 66 cm.
                      Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Seen through a Stone Archway, ElsevierInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Seen through a Stone Archway
                      Louwijs Aernouts Elsevier:
                      1653
                      Oil on canvas mounted on panel, 55 x 45 cm.
                      National Museum of Ancient Art, Lisbon

                      Intérieur de la Nieuwe Kerk à Delft, Gerard Houckgeest
                      Intérieur de la Nieuwe Kerk à Delft
                      Gerard Houckgeest
                      1653
                      Oil on panel, 43 x 52 cm.
                      Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Bruxelles

                      Tomb of William the Silent in the Nieuwe Kerk, Delft, with an Illusionistic Curtain, Emmanuel de WitteTomb of William the Silent in the Nieuwe Kerk, Delft, with an Illusionistic Curtain
                      Emanuel de Witte
                      1653
                      Oil on panel, 83 x 65 cm.
                      Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles

                      View of Delft from the North, Jan van GoyenView of Delft from the North
                      Jan van Goyen
                      1654
                      Oil on panel, 68 x 99 cm.
                      Museum Het Prinsenhof

                      Interior of the Old Church in Delft, Gerard HouckgeestInterior of the Old Church in Delft
                      Gerard Houckgeest:
                      1654
                      Oil on panel, 49 x 41 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      Celebration by Torchlight on the Oude Delft, Egbert van den Poel Celebration by Torchlight on the Oude Delft
                      Egbert van den Poel
                      c. 1654
                      Oil on wood, 55 x 43 cm
                      Gemeente Musea, Delft

                      Nieuwe Kerk with the Tomb of William the Silent, Hendrick van VlietNieuwe Kerk with the Tomb of William the Silent
                      Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet
                      c. 1650-1660
                      Oil on canvas, 102 x 85 cm.
                      Collection
                      Liechtenstein Museum, Vienna

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Hendrick van VlietInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet
                      The Burrell Collection

                      A View of Delft after the Explosion of 1654, Egbert van den Poel A View of Delft after the Explosion of 1654
                      Egbert van der Poel
                      1654
                      Oil on panel, 39.5 x 52.4 cm.
                      Private collection

                      saftlevenView of Delft after the Explosion of the Gunpowder Arsenal on October 12, 1654
                      Herman Saftleven II
                      Black chalk, pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash on two sheets of paper, 24.9 x 74.9 cm
                      Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

                      Delft after the Explosion of 1654Delft after the Explosion of 1654
                      Attributed to Daniel Vosmaer

                      Brush and gray, pink, blue and green wash, over black chalk, within brown ink framing lines, 30.4 x 395 cm.
                      Private collection

                      A View of Delft after the Explosion of 1654A View of Delft after the Explosion of 1654
                      Egbert van der Poel
                      1654
                      Oil on oak, 36.2 x 49.5 cm.
                      National Gallery, London

                      iew of Delft after the Explosion of 1654, Daniel VosmaerView of Delft after the Explosion of 1654
                      Daniel Vosmaer
                      1654
                      Oil on canvas
                      Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia

                      Landscape with a View on Delft, Daniel Vosmaer Landscape with a View on Delft
                      Daniel Vosmaer

                      Oil on oak, 41 x 49 cm.
                      Private collection

                      Delft After the Explosion of the Gunpowder Arsenal in 1654
                      Delft After the Explosion of the Gunpowder Arsenal in 1654
                      Gerbrand van der Eeckhout
                      Probably late 1654
                      Pen and brown ink, gray wash over black chalk, 10.9 x 13.6 cm.
                      Kupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

                      The Explosion of the Ppowder Magazine in Delft, 12 October 1654, Egbert van Poel The Explosion of the Powder Magazine in Delft, 12 October 1654
                      Egbert van der Poel
                      c. 1654–1660
                      Oil on panel, 37 x 62 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdamn

                      A Mayor of Delft and his Daughter, Jan SteenA Mayor of Delft and his Daughter
                      Jan Steen
                      1655
                      Oil on canvas, 82.5 x 68.7 cm
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      The Oude Kerk in Delft, Emmanuel de Witte The Oude Kerk in Delft
                      Emmanuel de Witte
                      1655
                      Oil on Canvas, 51,8 x 41 cm
                      Private collection

                      Oostpoort of DelftOostpoort of Delft
                      Jan de Bisschop
                      c. 1655–1660
                      Ink and brush on paper, 9.6 x 15.8 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam


                      Interior of the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft with the Tomb of William the Silent, Emmanuel de Witte Interior of the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft with the Tomb of William the Silent
                      Emanuel De Witte
                      1656
                      Oil on canvas, 97 x 80 cm.
                      Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille

                      A Courtyard in Delft at Evening: a Woman Spinning, Pieter de Hooch A Courtyard in Delft at Evening: a Woman Spinning
                      Pieter de Hooch
                      1657
                      Oil on canvas, 69.3 x 53.8 cm.
                      The Royal Trust, London

                      The Woman with a Maid, Pieter de HoochThe Woman with a Maid
                      in a Courtyard

                      Pieter de Hooch
                      c. 1657
                      Oil on canvas, 68 x 57.4 cm.
                      Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo (OH)

                      A Woman and Child in a Bleaching Ground, Pieter de Hooch A Woman and Child in a Bleaching Ground
                      Pieter de Hooch
                      c. 1657–1659
                      Oil on canvas, 73.5 x 63 cm.
                      Rothschild Collection, Paris

                      The Little Street, Johannes VermeerThe Little Street
                      Johannes Vermeer
                      c. 1657–1661
                      Oil on canvas, 53.3 x 44 cm.
                      The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      The Courtyard of a House in Delft, Pieter de HoochThe Courtyard of a House in Delft
                      Pieter de Hooch
                      1658
                      Oil and canvas, 73 x 60 cm.
                      National Gallery, London

                      Old Church in Delft with the Tomb of Admiral Tromp , Hendrick van VlietOld Church in Delft with the Tomb of Admiral Tromp
                      Hendrik van Vliet
                      1658
                      Oil on canvas, 123.5 111cm.
                      Toledo Museum of Art

                      A Dutch Courtyard, Pieter de HoochA Dutch Courtyard
                      Pieter de Hooch
                      c. 1658–1660
                      Oil on canvas, 69.5 x 60 cm.
                      Location Mauritshuis, The Hague

                      The Harbour of Delft, Daniel VosmaerThe Harbour of Delft
                      Daniel Vosmaer
                      c. 1658–1660
                      Oil on canvas, 86 x 101 cm.
                      Museo de Arte de Ponce, Ponce, Puerto Rico

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Nendrick van Vliet
                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Hendrick van Vliet
                      1660
                      Oil on canvas, 82.6 x 66 cm.
                      Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

                      View of Delft, Johannes Vermeer View of Delft
                      Johannes Vermeer
                      c. 1660–1663
                      Oil on canvas, 98.5 x 117.5 cm.
                      Mauritshuis, The Hague

                      Maid with a Bucket and Broom in a Courtyard, Pieter de Hooch Maid with a Bucket and Broom in a Courtyard
                      Pieter de Hooch
                      c. 1660
                      Oil on canvas
                      Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe

                      Interior of Oude Kerk, Coenelis de ManInterior of Oude Kerk
                      Cornelis de Man
                      c. 1660
                      Oil on canvas,
                      Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus (OH)

                      View Near the Oostpoort of Delft, Gerbrand van den EeckhoutView Near the Oostpoort of Delft
                      Gerbrand van den Eeckhout
                      c. 1660
                      Watercolor and brown ink over pencil, 14.3 x 10 cm.
                      Kupferstichkabinett der Staatlichen, Berlin

                      New Church in Delft with the Tomb of William the Silent, Cornelis de ManNew Church in Delft with the Tomb of William the Silent
                      Cornelis de Man
                      1660s
                      Oil on canvas, 124.5 x 106.8 cm.
                      Speed Art Museum

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Cornelis de ManInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Cornelis de Mann

                      Oil on canvas, 104.1 x 121.9 cm.
                      Private collection

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, DelftInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet
                      c. 1660–1665
                      Graphite, pen and brown ink, squared in graphite, 184 x 285 mm
                      Private collection

                      Interior of the Nieuwe Kerk, Delft, with the Memorial Tablet of Adriaen Teding van Berkhout, Hendrick van VlietInterior of the Nieuwe Kerk, Delft, with the Memorial Tablet of Adriaen Teding van Berkhout
                      Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet
                      1661
                      Oil on canvas, 100 x 112 cm.
                      Gemeente Musea, Delft

                      The Interior of the Oude Kerk in Delft, Hendrick van VlietThe Interior of the Oude Kerk in Delft
                      Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet
                      1661
                      Oil on oak, 50.6 x 59.7 c.
                      Städel Museum, Frankfurt

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Hendrick van VlietInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Hendrik van der Vliet
                      1662
                      Oil on canvas, 95 x 85 cm.
                      Private collection

                      A View of Delft through an Imaginary Loggia A View of Delft through an Imaginary Loggia
                      Daniel Vosmaer
                      1663
                      Oil on canvas, 91 x 113 cm
                      Gemeente Musea, Delft

                      View on the Horse Market in DelftView on the Horse Market in Delft
                      Pieter Wouwerman
                      1665
                      Oil on canvas
                      Het Stedelijk Museum Prinsenhof, Delft

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Hendrick van Vliet Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet
                      c. 1665–1670
                      Oil on panel, 42.3 x 33.9 cm.
                      Private collection

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, Hendrick van VlietInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet
                      c. 1665– 1670
                      Oil on panel, 42.3 x 33.9 cm.
                      Private collection

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk in Delft, Hendrick van der VlietInterior of the Oude Kerk in Delft
                      Hendrik van der Vliet
                      c. 1665– 1675
                      Oil on canvas, 77.5 x 68.2 cm.
                      Mauritshuis, The Hague

                      Gezicht op Delft en De Lier, Jacob QuackGezicht op Delft en De Lier
                      print maker: Joost van Geel
                      publisher: Jacob Quack (possibly)
                      publisher: Jan Houwens (I) (possibly)
                      Rotterdam
                      In or after 1666
                      Engraving on paper, 14.6 x 41 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      View of Delft from the Schie, BackhuysenView of Delft from the Schie
                      Ludolf Backhuysen
                      c. 1670–1675
                      Brush and gray ink, 11.8 x 16.8 cm.
                      Historisch Museum, Amsterdam

                      Jesuit Church on the Oude LangendijkJesuit Church on the Oude Langendijk
                      Abraham Rademaker
                      c. 1670
                      Brush and gray ink, 13.2 x 20.2 cm.
                      Gemeentearchief, Delft

                      The Oude Delft Canal And The Oude Kerk, DelftThe Oude Delft Canal And The Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Jan van der Heyden
                      1675
                      Oil on panel, 45 x 57 cm.
                      National Gallery of Norway

                      Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft , Emmanuel de WitteInterior of the Oude Kerk, Delft
                      Emanuel de Witte
                      c. 1675–1685
                      Oil on panel, 62 × 49.2 cm.
                      Art Intitute of Chicago, Chicago

                      Coenraet Decker, after drawing by Jan Verkolje (I), View of DelftView of Delft in Bird's Eye Perspective
                      print maker: Coenraet Decker, after drawing by Jan Verkolje (I)
                      publisher: Pieter Smith (mentioned on object)
                      publisher: Pieter Mortier (I), Amsterdam
                      c. 1678–1703
                      Engraving, 24.1 x 63 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      Ruine te Delft na de buskruitramp, 1654, Anonymous artistRuine te Delft na de buskruitramp, 1654
                      Anonymous
                      c. 1690–1720
                      Pencil and brown wash on paper, 17.7 x 23.6 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      Rotterdam Gate in Delft from AfarRotterdam Gate in Delft from Afar
                      Josua de Grave
                      1695
                      Pen and brown ink on paper, 9 x 14.7 cm.
                      Gemeentearchief, Delft

                      View of Delft View of Delft
                      Abraham Rademaker (1685–1735)

                      Ink and brush on paper, 14.5 x 28 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Asmterdam

                      The Old Men's House on the Voldersgracht The Old Men's House on the Voldersgracht
                      Abraham Rademaker
                      c. 1700
                      Fragment of a colored drawing on paper
                      Private collection

                      View of Delft with Schiedam and Rotterdam GatesView of Delft with Schiedam and Rotterdam Gates
                      Abraham Rademaker
                      c. 1700–1710
                      Drawing and wash, 66 x 106 cm.
                      Stedelijk Museum Het Prinsenhof, Delft

                      A View of the Delft Market SquareA View of the Delft Market Square
                      print maker: Leonard Schenk
                      intermediary draughtsman: Abraham Rademaker
                      publisher: Leonard Schenk
                      c. 1730
                      Etcheing on paper, 57 x 98 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      View of DelftView of Delft
                      Jan Caspar Philips, intermediary draughtsman: Cornelis Pronk
                      1742
                      Etching, 174 x 204 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      Gerrit Toorenburg , A View of Delft A View of Delft
                      Gerrit Toorenburg
                      c. 1750
                      Teylers Museum, Haarlem

                      A View from the Marketplace with the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft, A View from the Marketplace with the Nieuwe Kerk in Delft

                      Gerrit Toorenburg
                      Pen, ink and wash, 21.3 x 18.9 cm.
                      Private collection

                      View of the Market with New Church and Town Hall in Delft View of the Market with New Church and Town Hall in Delft
                      J. Besoet
                      1765
                      Engraving
                      Nederlandse Rechtsgeschiedenis van het Gevangenismuseum

                      Oude ManhuissteegOude Manhuissteeg
                      Gerrit Lamberts
                      c. 1820
                      Graphite, pen and brown ink, brush and gray ink, 24.9 x 19.3 cm.
                      Gemeenarchief, Delft

                      The drawing reveals a glimpse of the upper part of the Delft Guildhall's central arched doorway above the arched bridge as seen through through the Oude Manhuissteeg (Old Men's Alley). The facade on the left represents the inn/house owned by Vermeer's father.

                      Maxime François Antoine Lalanne , View of DelftView of Delft (after Johannes Vermeer ?)
                      attributed to Maxime François Antoine Lalanne
                      c. 1837–1886
                      Drawing on paper, 15.8 x 23 cm.
                      Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                      † FOOTNOTES †

                      1. Arthur K. Wheelock Jr. Jan Vermeer. New York, 1981, p .9.

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