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Jan Vermeer van Delft «The Artist's Studio» | Die Malkunst
Jan Vermeer van Delft, «The Artist's Studio»
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Works by Jan Vermeer van Delft:

The Artist's Studio

Netherlands | 100cm*120cm cm (W*H) | Archive / Collection: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Gemäldegalerie, Vienna

 Jan Vermeer van Delft

b 1632 in Delft (NL). 1653 member of the Lukas-Gilde, the painters association in Delft. Around 1658 he moves to the house of his mother-in-law, where presumably «The Artist's Studio» was painted. Vermeer was buried in Delft in 1675, without practically ever having left his home town.