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The Golden Home: 400th anniversary of Gerard ter Borch, 2

In my first article celebrating the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of Gerard ter Borch (1617–1681), I looked at his development of indoor genre works from full-length portraiture. 1,137 more words


The Golden Home: 400th anniversary of Gerard ter Borch, 1

The Dutch Golden Age must have been an exciting time to live, when every decent-sized town seems to have had its own Master painter, and even the middle classes were keen to buy their work. 1,324 more words


Winter Update is so much goodness

Hello my internet family!

It is time once again for an update.


Most importantly, thank you to Maarten at Nielsen Gerlach-Art Gallery in Delft for presenting a LLvD display this month to assist in promoting the upcoming Vermeer themed tunnel.  345 more words


Vermeer life list

I got to see the the Vermeer exhibit at the National Gallery of Art  in Washington D.C. last week. It wasn’t bad, although it was too crowded and there was a certain sameness to the paintings — on purpose. 376 more words