• Jan Vermeer Girl with a Pearl Earring
  • Jan Vermeer Girl with a Pearl Earring
  • Jan Vermeer Girl with a Pearl Earring
  • Jan Vermeer Girl with a Pearl Earring
Jan Vermeer Girl with a Pearl Earring

Girl with a Pearl Earring

The Girl with the pearl earring, also called Girl with a turban or Monna Lisa Dutch is a work by Jan Vermeer, a 17th century Dutch painter. It is an oil on canvas, dated 1665-1666 and now kept in the Mauritshuis of The Hague. Nowadays this painting is one of the most famous of the artist, also thanks to a novel and a movie.

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Dimensions
cm. 40x50, 50x70 e 80x110
1 - Characteristics and Properties
Wood frame with edges of cm. 3.0 thickness
2 - Characteristics and Properties
Ready to hang
3 - Characteristics and Properties
Edges are finished on the sides
4 - Characteristics and Properties
Full HD print on washable, UV-resistant canvas
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Imported product

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The Girl with the pearl earring, also called Girl with a turban or Monna Lisa Dutch is a work by Jan Vermeer, a 17th century Dutch painter. It is an oil on canvas, dated 1665-1666 and now kept in the Mauritshuis of The Hague. Nowadays this painting is one of the most famous of the artist, also thanks to a novel and a movie. The woman's face, turned three-quarters towards the viewer, is illuminated by a light coming from the left that highlights its beauty: red and fleshy lips, thin nose and big eyes. The girl wears a cloak that reveals a white shirt, while her hair is hidden by a turban with a blue band and a yellow cloth. The light hits the pearl earring, shaped large and like a droplet. This pearl was a luxury that few could afford: in fact, the one depicted in the painting is thought to be a copy, due to its unnatural dimensions. The dark and neutral background accentuates the areas of light and the delicate complexion of the young girl.

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