As fascinated as I am with this new discovery, the true tragedy is that I only know of Vermeer because of my LSAT studying. And recognizing this artist via LSAT problems is an extremely sad sad realization in my life.
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Kurt Anderson has an interesting read at Vanity Fair about Dutch painter Jan Vermeer, best known for “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” and the search for how he was able to achieve his photo-realistic effects in the 1600s… 219 more words
17th Century painter Johannes Vermeer has been an enigma since his work discovered in the early 1900s. How did the artist manage to exercise such consummate control over tone and blur hundreds of years before the color photograph was invented? 26 more words
What a Tokyo scientist sees in NY: 14 of #Vermeer’s 37! For Fervent Fans of the Dutch Masters, It’s a Dream Come True
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/28/arts/design/for-fervent-fans-of-the-dutch-masters-its-a-dream-come-true.html 4+5+4+1 = 14… 77 more words