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                    Essential Vermeer 3.0
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                    Dating Vermeer's Paintings

                    Rediscovery and Oeuvre

                    The modern study of Vermeer begins with the French art-critic and left-wing politician Thoré-Bürger (Thoré, [Etienne-Joseph-] Théophile, sometimes, Willem Bürger). Thoré devoted twenty years of travel and research, in part as a political exile, establishing "not only the foundation but much of the edifice of our modern understanding of Vermeer."12018救济金6元棋牌 In the words of the French critic:

                    "This obsession has caused me considerable expense. To see one picture by van der Meer, I traveled hundreds of miles: to obtain a photograph of another van der Meer, I was madly extravagant. I even retraced my steps all round Germany in order to verify with conviction works dispersed between Cologne, Brunswick, Berlin, Dresden, Pommersfelden and Vienna. But I was amply recompensed, more especially as I had the pleasure, not only of admiring the works in museums and galleries, but in acquiring more than a dozen, some that I bought for my friends MM. Pereire, Double, Cremer, and others; others that I bought for myself."

                    A clock in the Frans Hals Museum Utrecht A clock in the Frans Hals Museum, Utrecht

                    Thoré published the first major study of Vermeer in the Gazette des Beaux-Arts in 1866 under the pseudonym of W. Bürger. All three of the original articles are accessible in PDF at (Oct. 1 - pp. 297–330; Nov. 1 - pp. 458–470; Dec. 1 - pp. 542–575).

                    Although the Delft master's recovery can only be attributed to Thoré, Vermeer' corpus as we now think of it was nearly established in 1948 by .2 The works rejected by de Vreis—Thoré had catalogued about 70 paintings and many false works had invaded the market when Vermeer's fame began to soar—gradually faded from even marginal consideration. In his influential monograph, Vermeer, , "set the example followed by nearly all subsequent scholars by not even listing rejected works, as de Vreis had done..."3

                    In 1976, the Dutch art historian Albert Blankert cast doubts on four previously accepted works, Girl Interrupted in her Music, Woman with a Lute, Girl with a Red Hat and Girl with a Flute and deleted altogether from consideration the Young Woman Seated at the Virginals (not to be confused with the London, Lady Seated at a Virginal). Nonetheless, all but one of the five paintings rejected by Blankert, the minuscule Young Woman Seated at the Virginals, remained soundly anchored in Vermeer's oeuvre by great part of the art historical community although the Girl with a Flute is still doubted by

                    Since 2001, when the Young Woman Seated at the Virginals was shown (not in catalogue) at the exhibition in New York and London and soon after auctioned at $33,000,000. The picture is now accepted by the three foremost Vermeer authorities, , and Arthur K. Wheelock Jr.

                    Dating

                    Vermeer's paintings have been considerably vexing to date: only three bear dates: The Procuress, The Geographer and The Astronomer. During a recent examination of The Art of Painting2018救济金6元棋牌, traces of the date (in Roman numerals) have been discovered and appear to indicate the date 1666–67–68. The table below displays the chronological order of and dates give to Vermeer's paintings by eleven authoritative Vermeer scholars.

                    About the dates of Vermeer's paintings given throughout the Essential Vermeer website

                    Since only three of Vermeer's paintings were dated by the artist, the dates proposed in the EV catalogue, which are likewise reflected in the chronological order of the paintings in the table below, represent an average of the estimates given by four modern Vermeer scholars: and and .

                    Sources

                    • BÜRGER, Thoré. Van der Meer van Delft, Paris, 1866.
                    • DE GROOT, Hofstede C. A Catalogue Raisoneé of the works of the Most Eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century, vols.10, 1907–1928; vol.1, "Johannes Vermeer."
                    • DE VREIS. A. B. Jan Vermeer van Delft, London / New York (2nd.ed.), 1948.
                    • GOWING, Lawrence. . Berkeley CA: University of California Press, 1997.
                    • BLOCK, Vitali. Tutta la pittura de Vermeer di Delft, Milan, 1954.
                    • GOLDSCHEIDER, L., Jan Vermeer, London, 1958.
                    • BLANKERT, Albert, (with contributions by RUURS, Rob and van de WATERING, Willem), Vermeer, Oxford, 1976.
                    • WHEELOCK, Arthur K. Jr., author/editor with contrib. by Michiel C. Plomp, Daniëlle H.A.C. Lokin, Quint Gregory, , London, 2000.
                    • LIEDTKE, Walter., , New York, 2008.
                    • FRANITS, Wayne. , London, 2015.
                    • SCHÜTZ, Karl. , Köln, 2015.

                    NOTES

                    1. The numbers assigned to Vermeer's pictures by Thoré-Bürger were not intended to indicate a chronological order but were nonetheless included in the present table since the Frenchman was the first to compile a catalogue the artist's work. Thoré-Bürger successfully identified 24 authentic paintings by Vermeer (and another 40+ which were rejected by art historians in the following years).
                    2. Likewise, the numbers given by Hofstede C. de Groot do not indicate a chronological order in his monumental A Catalogue Raisoneé of the works of the Most Eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century.
                    3. Albert Blankert does not support the attribution of four works generally held as authentic Vermeers: Woman with a Lute, Girl Interrupted in her Music, Girl with a Red Hat and Girl with a Flute, labeled respectively as "B1," "B2," "B3" and "B4."
                    4. Presently only Arthur K. Wheelock Jr. attributes the Saint Praxedis to Vermeer.

                    2015–1976

                    TITLE
                    Schultz Franits Liedtke Wheelock Blankert
                    Diana and her Companions no. 1, c. 1654 c. 1653–1654 no. 1, c. 1653–1654 no. 3, c. 1655–1656 no. 2, 1654–1656
                    Christ in the House of Martha and Mary no. 2, c. 1655 c. 1654–1655 no. 2, c. 1654–1655 no. 2, c. 1654–1655 no. 1, 1654–1656
                    The Procuress no. 3, 1656 1656 no. 3, 1656 no. 4, 1656 no. 3, 1656
                    A Maid Asleep no. 4, c. 1656–1657 c. 1657 no. 4, c. 1656–1657 no. 5, c. 1657 no. 4, c. 1657
                    Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window no. 5, c. 1657 c. 1657–1658 no. 5, c. 1657 no. 6, c. 1657 no. 6, 1659
                    Officer and Laughing Girl no. 6, c. 1657–1659 c. 1657 no. 6, c. 1657 no. 8, c. 1658–1660 no. 5, c. 1658
                    The Milkmaid no. 8, c. 1658–1661 c. 1658–1659 no. 7, c. 1657–1658 no. 9, c. 1658–1660 no. 7, 1660–1661
                    Girl Interrupted in Her Music no. 11, c. 1659–1661 c. 1658–1659 no. 9, c. 1658–1659 no. 12, c. 1660–1661 B2.
                    The Glass of Wine no. 7, c. 1658–1660 c. 1659–1660 no. 8, c. 1658–1659 no. 10, c. 1658–1660 no. 8, c. 1660–1661
                    The Little Street no. 9, c. 1658–1661 c. 1659–1660 no. 11, c. 1659–1661 no.7, c. 1657–1658 no. 9, 1661
                    The Girl with a Wine Glass no. 10, c. 1659–1669 c. 1661–1662 no. 10, c. 1659–1660 no. 11, c. 1659–1660 no. 11, c. 1662
                    View of Delft no. 12, c. 1660–1663 c. 1660–1661 no. 12, c. 1661–1663 no. 13, c. 1660–1661 no. 10, 1661
                    The Music Lesson no. 13, c. 1662–1664 c. 1662–1665 no. 15, c. 1662–1663 no. 14, c. 1662–1664 no. 16, 1664
                    Woman with a Lute no. 15, 1662–1664 c. 1662–1665 no. 14, c. 1662–1663 no. 18, c. 1664 B1
                    Young Woman with a Water Pitcher no. 16, c. 1662–1664 c. 1662–1665 no. 13, c. 1662 no. 17, c. 1664–1665 no. 12, 1662
                    Woman in Blue Reading a Letter no. 14, c. 1663–1664 c. 1662–1665 no. 17, c. 1663–1664 no. 15, c. 1663–1664 no. 14, 1662–1665
                    Woman with a Pearl Necklace no. 17, c. 1663–1664 c. 1662–1665 no. 18, c. 1663–1664 no. 19, c. 1664 no. 13, 1662–1665
                    Woman Holding a Balance no. 15, c. 1663–1664 c. 1664 no. 19, c. 1663–1664 no. 16, c. 1664 no. 15, 1662–1665
                    The Concert no. 19, c. 1663–66 c. 1664–1665 no. 16, c. 1663–1666 no. 23, c. 1665–1666 no. 17, 1664
                    A Lady Writing no. 20, c. 1665–1667 c. 1662–1665 no. 20, c. 1665–1667 no. 20, c. 1665 no. 20, c. 1666
                    The Art of Painting no. 26, c. 1666–1668 c. 1667–1668 no. 26, c. 1666–1668 no. 25, c. 1666–1667 no. 18, 1662–1665
                    The Girl with a Pearl Earring no. c. 21, 1665–1667 c. 1665–1667 no. 22, c. 1665–1667 no. 22, c. 1665–1666 no. 18, 1665
                    Girl with a Red Hat no. 23, c. 1665–1667 c. 1666–1667 no. 24, c. 1665–1667 no. 21, c. 1665–1666 B3
                    Maid and Mistress no. 24, c. 1666–1667 c. 1667–1668 no. 21, c. 1666–1667 no. 27, c. 1667 no. 21, c. 1666
                    Girl with a Flute no. 25, c. 1665–1667 c. 1665–1668 no. 25, c. 1665–1670 no. 24, c. 1665–1670 B4
                    Study of a Young Woman no. 22, c. 1665–1667 c. 1665–1667 no. 23, c. 1665–1667 no. 26, c. 1666–1667 no. 30, 1672–1674
                    The Astronomer no. 27, 1668 1668 no. 28, 1668 no. 28, 1668 no. 23, 1668
                    The Geographer no. 28, 1669 1669 no. 27, 1669 no. 29, c. 1668–1669 no. 24, 1669
                    The Love Letter no. 30, c. 1669–1670 c. 1668–1669 no. 30, c. 1669–1670 no. 31, c. 1669–1670 no. 22, 1667
                    The Lacemaker no. 29, c. 1669–1670 c. 1670–1671 no. 29, c. 1669–1670 no. 30, c. 1669–1670 no. 25, 1670–1671
                    The Guitar Player no. 32, c. 1669–1672 c. 1672–1673 no. 35, c. 1670–1672 no. 32, c. 1670 no. 28, 1671–1672
                    Lady Writing with Her Maid no. 31, c. 1670–1671 c. 1670–1671 no. 31, c. 1670–1671 no. 33, c. 1670 no. 27, 1671
                    A Lady Standing at a Virginal no. 33, c. 1670–72 c. 1672–1674 no. 33, c. 1670–1672 no. 35, c. 1670 no. 25, c. 1670
                    A Lady Seated at a Virginal no. 35, c. 1672–1675 c. 1672–1674 no. 34 c. 1670–1672 no. 36, c. 1670 no. 31, 1674–1675
                    Allegory of Faith no. 34, c. 1671–1674 c. 1672–1674 no. 32, c. 1670–1672 no. 34, c. 1671–1674 no. 29, 1672–1674
                    Saint Praxedis
                    no. 36 (as questionable) 1655 no. 1, 1655
                    Young Woman Seated at a Virginal no. 37 (as questionable)
                    c. 1670–1672
                    c. 1670–1671 no. 36, c. 1670–1672

                    1954–1866

                    TITLE
                    Goldscheider Block De Vreis De Groot Thoré
                    Diana and her Companions no. 2, c. 1655 before 1656 no. 1, 1654 no. 3
                    Christ in the House of Martha and Mary no. 1, c. 1654 before 1656 no. 2, 1654–1655 no. 1
                    The Procuress no. 4, 1656 1656 no. 3, 1656 no. 41 no. 1
                    A Maid Asleep no. 3, c. 1656 1655–1660 no. 4, 1656 no. 16
                    Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window no. 6, c. 1658 1655–1660 no. 5, 1657 no. 34 no. 31
                    Officer and Laughing Girl no. 5, c. 1657 1657–1660 no. 6 no. 39 no. 7
                    The Milkmaid no. 9, c. 1660 1655–1660 no. 9, 1658 no. 17 no. 25
                    Girl Interrupted in Her Music no. 12, 661 1661 no. 13, 1658–1660 no. 27 no. 9
                    The Glass of Wine no. 11, 1660 1655–1660 no. 11, 1658–1660 no. 37 no. 20
                    The Little Street no. 7, c. 1659 1665–1660 no. 7, 1658 no. 47 no. 49
                    The Girl with a Wine Glass no. 15, c. 1663 1660 no. 12, 1658–1660 no. 38 no. 6
                    View of Delft no. 10, [c. 1660 1660–1661 no. 8, 1658 no. 48
                    The Music Lesson no. 13, c. 1662 1655–1660 A., 1659–1660 no. 28
                    Woman with a Lute no. 19, 1664 1665 no. 20, 1663–1664
                    Young Woman with a Water Pitcher no. 16, 1663 1660 no. 10, 1658–1660 no. 19
                    Woman in Blue Reading a Letter no. 17, 1662–1664 1660–1665 C., 1663 no. 31 no. 32
                    Woman with a Pearl Necklace no. 18, 1665 1665 no. 18, 1662–1663 no. 20 no. 33
                    Woman Holding a Balance no. 21, 1665 1660–1665 no. 17, 1662–1663 no. 10 no. 27
                    The Concert no. 14, 1662 1660 no. 14, 1658–1660 no. 29 no. 23
                    A Lady Writing no. 20, 1665 1665 no. 19, 1663–1664 no. 36 no. 40
                    The Art of Painting no. 24, 1666 1665–1670 no. 23, 1665 no. 8 no. 5
                    The Girl with a Pearl Earring no. 23, 1665 1660–1665 B., 1660 no. 44
                    Girl with a Red Hat no. 25, 1667 1667 no. 22, 1664 no. 46A no. 47
                    Maid and Mistress no. 29, 1665 1665–1670 no. 26, 1666–1667 no. 8
                    Girl with a Flute no. 26, 1667 1667 1664 no. 22
                    Study of a Young Woman no. 34, 1671 1660–1670 no. 15, 1660 no. 42 no. 2
                    The Astronomer no. 27, 1668 1668 no. 27, 1668 no. 6 no. 36
                    The Geographer no. 28, 1669 1668 no. 28, 1669 no. 5 no. 34
                    The Love Letter no. 31, 1670 1665–1670 no. 24, 1666 no. 32
                    The Lacemaker no. 22, 1665 1665–1670 D., 1664 no. 11 no. 37
                    The Guitar Player no. 32, 1670 1665–1670 no. 26, 1667 no. 26
                    Lady Writing with Her Maid no. 30, 1670 1665–1670 no. 16, 1660–1662 no. 35
                    A Lady Standing at a Virginal no. 35, 1671 late no. 30, 1670 no. 23 no. 29
                    A Lady Seated at a Virginal no. 36, 1671 late no. 31, after 1670 no. 25 no. 30
                    Allegory of Faith no. 37, 1672 after 1670 no. 29, 1669–1670 no. 2 no. 41
                    Saint Praxedis
                    Young Woman Seated at a Virginal

                    † FOOTNOTES †

                    1. John Nash, "Rediscovery," , New York and London: Scala Books, 2002, 102–104
                    2. Ivan Gaskell, , London: Reaktion Books, 2000, 38.
                    3. Ivan Gaskell, , London: Reaktion Books, 2000.

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