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Johannes Vermeer

Shreya Chintala
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By: Shreya Chintala Johannes Vermeer Important Dates About Vermeer Vermeer was born on October 31, 1632,(my awesome birthday) in Delft, Netherlands. His parents named him Johannes van der Meer. He is know called Johannes Vermeer. His artistic senses lasted till 1675, when he died at the young age of 43. About Vermeer Vermeer is recognized as one of the great dutch painters. His artistic achievements were almost completely ignored for 200 years after his death. Little is known about his life other than he died poor and young and left behind a wife and eleven children. He painted 34 to 35 paintings. More About Vermeer The Girl With the Pearl Earring was Scarlett Johanasson as a girl. Vermeer is considered red the foremost of all colorists. His most frequent subjects were intimate interiors, often with a solitary figure of a woman. Although his paintings were modest in theme, they exhibit a profound serenity and a splendor of execution that are wonder passed. How He Paints No painter has depicted more exquisitely luminous blues and yellows, pearly highlights, and the subtle graduations of reflected light, all perfectly integrated within strictly ordered compositions. Some of his paintings Christ in the House of Martha and Mary
Diana and her companions
The Procuress
Girl Reading a letter at an open window
A Girl Asleep
The Little Street
The Milkmaid
The Girl with the Wine glass
View of Delft
Girl Interrupted at her Music
Women in Blue Reading a Letter
The Music Lesson
Women with a Lute
Women with Pearl Necklace
Women with Water Jug
Women Holding a Balance
A Lady Writing
Girl with the Pearl Earring
The Concert
Portrait of a Young Women
The Allegory of Faith The Rest of Vermeer's Paintings Mistress and Maid
Girl with a Red Hat
The Astronomer
The Geographer
The Lacemaker
The Love Letter
Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid
The Allegory of Painting
The Guitar Player
Lady Standing at the Virginal
Lady Seated at a Virginal Vermeer's Family Vermeer's Children:
Beatrix Vermeer
Elisabeth Vermeer
Catharina Vermeer
Johannes Vermeer Jr
Maria Vermeer
Cornelia Vermeer
Ignatius Vermeer
Franciscus Vermeer
Aleydis Vermeer
Gertruyde Vermeer
Wife: Catharina Bolnes
Parents: Reynier Janszoon Vermeer, and Digna Baltons Now you have learned enough about Vermeer to say you know him, hope you enjoyed learning with Johannes Vermeer: The Great Dutch Painter, creator of many fabulous paintings.... thank u 4 reading my prezi! Bye!!! Sources I used......... Wikipedia.com
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Factmonster.com A Lady Writing Vermeer painted this wonderful painting in 1665-1666. This painting is also known as The Lady Writing A Letter. This is one of his most famous paintings. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_paintings_by_Johannes_Vermeer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_paintings_by_Johannes_Vermeer http://www.factmonster.com/encyclopedia/people/vermeer-jan.html http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=active&biw=1280&bih=827&q=johannes+vermeer&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAGOovnz8BQMDAw8HixKHfq6-QVK5UcV2O_XEC3Wrkuz2h3Qxnnyn2l7JnQoA9OZWFykAAAA#psh=%5B%221%22%2C%5B3%5D%5D http://www.factmonster.com/encyclopedia/people/vermeer-jan.html http://www.factmonster.com/biography/var/janvermeer.html
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