Vermeer and the Delft School

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Seventeenth-century Delft has often been viewed as a quaint town whose artists painted scenes of domestic life. This important book revises that image, showing that the small but vibrant Dutch city produced a wide range of artworks, including luxurious tapestries and silver objects, as well as sophisticated paintings for the court at The Hague and for patrician collectors in Delft itself. The volume traces the history and culture of Delft from the 1200s through the lifetime of the city's most renowned painter, Johannes ...

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