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                            Essential Vermeer 3.0
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                            Details of Vermeer's Painting Technique

                            The richness of Vermeer's artistic evolution was accompanied by an equally rich evolution in painting technique. A single detail of each Vermeer painting is examined from a technical point of view and related to the artist's expressive intent.

                            By clicking on the title of the painting to access a brief discussion of a particular aspect of Vermeer's painting technique and relative image.

                            The Music Lesson (detail, Johannes Vermeer
                            The Music Lesson (detail of carpet)
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1662–1665
                            Oil on canvas, 73.3 x 64.5 cm.
                            The Royal Collection, The Windsor Castle
                            Diana and her Companions, Johannes Vermeer
                            Diana and her Companions
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1653–1656
                            Oil on canvas, 98.5 x 105 cm.
                            Mauritshuis, The Hague

                            Vermeer's first steps display technical uncertainties.
                            The Procuress, Johannes Vermeer
                            The Procuress
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            1656
                            Oil on canvas, 143 x 130 cm.
                            Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden

                            Vermeer's used unconventional tools to realize his mimetic images.
                            Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window, Johannes Vermeer
                            Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1657–1659
                            Oil on canvas, 83 x 64.5 cm.
                            Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden

                            Extensive use of impasto in Vermeer's early painting to achieve unique pictorial effects.
                            Officer and Laughing Girl, Johannes Vermeer
                            Officer and Laughing Girl
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1655–1660
                            Oil on canvas, 50.5 x 46 cm.
                            Frick Collection, New York

                            Vermeer and the white-washed background wall.
                            The Music Lesson, Johannes Vermeer
                            The Music Lesson
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1662–1665
                            Oil on canvas, 73.3 x 64.5 cm.
                            The Royal Collection, The Windsor Castle

                            Vermeer's use of the costly pigment lapis lazuli instead of the much cheaper azurite was exceptional.
                            Woman in Blue Reading a Letter, Johannes Vermeer
                            Woman in Blue Reading a Letter
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1662–1665
                            Oil on canvas, 46.5 x 39 cm.
                            Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                            Vermeer's use of the badger brush.
                            Woman in Blue Reading a Letter, Johannes Vermeer
                            Woman in Blue Reading a Letter
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1662–1665
                            Oil on canvas, 46.5 x 39 cm.
                            Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

                            The subtly of Vermeer's white-washed background walls.
                            Woman with a Water Pitcher, Johannes Vermeer
                            Young Woman with a Water Pitcher
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1662–1665
                            Oil on canvas, 45.7 x 40.6 cm.
                            Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

                            Vermeer's use of the costly pigment lapis lazuli instead of the much cheaper azurite was exceptional
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                            A Lady Writing, Johannes Vermeer
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                            A Lady Writing
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1662–1667
                            Oil on canvas, 45 x 39.9 cm.
                            National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

                            Color or pigment?
                            Girl with a Red Hat, Johannes Vermeer
                            Girl with a Red Hat
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1665–1667
                            Oil on panel, 23.2 x 18.1 cm.
                            National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

                            Vermeer even used the tip of the brush's handle in his painting.
                            The Art of Painting, Johannes Vermeer
                            The Art of Painting
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1662–1668
                            Oil on canvas, 120 x 100 cm.
                            Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

                            Glazing was used to create colors and pictorial effects which cannot be obtained by direct mixture of paint.
                            The Lacemaker, Johannes Vermeer
                            The Lacemaker
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1669–1671
                            Oil on canvas on panel, 24.5 x 21 cm.
                            Musée du Louvre, Paris

                            Vermeer's use of the camera obscura.
                            The Lacemaker, Johannes Vermeer
                            The Lacemaker
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1669–1671
                            Oil on canvas on panel, 24.5 x 21 cm.
                            Musée du Louvre, Paris

                            Vermeer's use focus.
                            Guitar Player, Johannes Vermeer
                            The Guitar Player
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1670–1673
                            Oil on canvas, 53 x 46.3 cm.
                            Iveagh Bequest, London

                            In some of his later paintings Vermeer used green earth in the shadows of flesh tones.
                            A Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid, Johannes Vermeer
                            Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1670–1671
                            Oil on canvas, 71.1 x 58.4 cm.
                            National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin

                            In Vermeer's late paintings his artistic concerns became less descriptive and more abstract.
                            A lady Seated at a Virginal, Johannes Vermeer
                            A Lady Seated at a Virginal
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1670–1675
                            Oil on canvas, 51.5 x 45.5 cm.
                            National Gallery, London

                            Vermeer's late paintings hold many technical surprises, one of the most daring is freely calligraphic brushwork seen in the rendering of the marbled virginal.
                            Lady Standing at a Virginal, Johannes Vermeer
                            A Lady Standing at a Virginal
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1670–1674
                            Oil on canvas, 51.7 x 45.2 cm.
                            National Gallery, London

                            Vermeer and "nonsemantic" marks.
                            Lady Standing at a Virginal, Johannes Vermeer
                            A Lady Standing at a Virginal
                            Johannes Vermeer
                            c. 1670–1673
                            Oil on canvas, 51.7 x 45.2 cm.
                            National Gallery, London

                            Vermeer's paints pearl necklace in a very original manner.

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