Jan van der Meer

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Noun1.Jan van der Meer - Dutch painter renowned for his use of light (1632-1675)Jan van der Meer - Dutch painter renowned for his use of light (1632-1675)
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2 girl with a pearl earring (2003) THIS movie speculates on the story behind painter Johannes Vermeer's famous work which saw Colin Firth as the 17th-century Dutch artist and Scarlett Johansson, left, as the maid in his household.
The exhibition will showcase paintings and drawings by renowned Dutch artists Rembrandt van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer and their contemporaries.
Johannes Vermeer Word search Almandin (eight lines across, one line down), Fiorente (nine across, seven down), Dunaden (four across, nine down), Viewed (one across, nine down) All mixed up Green Moon
Thieves stole an estimated $500 million worth of artwork, including works by Rembrandt and Johannes Vermeer. He asked the judge Tuesday to consider letting him go home to his wife, describing his latest stint in prison as horrifying.
The luminescent tableau painted by Dutch master Johannes Vermeer around 1665 was last examined in 1994 during a conservation treatment at the Mauritshuis museum in the center of The Hague.
THE O'Briens made the Melbourne Cup a family affair as son Joseph's Rekindling overhauled father Aidan's Johannes Vermeer to spearhead an Irish 1-2-3 in the 'the race that stops a nation'.
The three-year-old outfought the Ballydoyle handler's Johannes Vermeer (12-1) to score by half-a-length under Corey Brown with Willie Mullins's Max Dynamite (20-1) third.
The four-year-old colt, a 14-1 shot, roared home in the final straight of the 3,200 metre handicap, reeling in master trainer Aidan O'Brien's Johannes Vermeer to clinch 'the race that stops a nation' by half a length.
Another combines elements of Johannes Vermeer and Roy Lichtenstein; it was completed as a school project during a family sabbatical year in England.
Eye of the Beholder: Johannes Vermeer, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, and the Reinvention of Seeing.