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8b-Vermeer_2_ - Vermeer The Milkmaid c 1660 Vermeer Woman Reading a Letter by an Open Window c 1659 Vermeer The Milkmaid c 1660 Detail Vermeer The

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Vermeer, Woman Reading a Letter by an Open Window , c. 1659 Vermeer, The Milkmaid , c. 1660
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Detail Vermeer, The Milkmaid , c. 1660
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Vermeer, Woman with a Pitcher , c. 1662-65 Vermeer, The Milkmaid , c. 1660
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Vermeer, Woman with a Pitcher , c. 1662-65
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Vermeer, Woman with a Pitcher , c. 1662-65 Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow , 1930
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Vermeer, Woman with a Pitcher , c. 1662-65 Gerard ter Borch, Young Woman at Her Toilet with a Maid , c. 1650-51
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Vermeer, Woman with a Pitcher , c. 1662-65 Vermeer, Woman in Blue Reading a Letter , c. 1662-65
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Vermeer, Woman Reading a Letter by an Open Window, c. 1659 Vermeer, Woman in Blue Reading a Letter , c. 1662-65
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Detail Vermeer, Woman in Blue Reading a Letter , c. 1662-65
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Vermeer, Woman Putting on Pearls , c. 1662-65 Vermeer, Woman in Blue Reading a Letter , c. 1662-65
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Vermeer, Woman Putting on Pearls , c. 1662-65 Gabriel Metsu, Woman Reading a Letter , c. 1662-65 Note the distinctive mid-17th-century housecoat called a jack . Such articles of upper-class attire were lined and trimmed with fur – ideally ermine, but more often rabbit or cat, which might be artificially spotted to simulate ermine. According to an inventory, Vermeer’s wife owned “a yellow satin coat trimmed with white fur.”
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Vermeer, Woman Putting on Pearls , c. 1662-65 Detail
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Vermeer, Woman Putting on Pearls , c. 1662-65 Hieronymus Bosch, Pride ( Superbia ), from the Table of the Seven Deadly Sins , c. 1480-85
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course ARTH 4427 taught by Professor Zucker during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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8b-Vermeer_2_ - Vermeer The Milkmaid c 1660 Vermeer Woman Reading a Letter by an Open Window c 1659 Vermeer The Milkmaid c 1660 Detail Vermeer The

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