Woman writing a letter
Medium: oil on canvas
Location: National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
Dimensions: 59,5 x 72,2
Work is a woman of middle-class maid who probably acts as a messenger and getting ready to take a letter to his mistress to her lover. The image is going to Vermeerovým
restrained and quiet period of the 60s of the 17th century and rozvážnějším a quieter period of 70 years. They say the woman writing a letter was inspired by a painting Gerard ter Borch
Woman sealing the letter. Canvas painting comes from the same role as a woman with a lute. This is the first artist's attempt at placing the focus of interest off-center. At the same time it is the third image in which not only one central character, but two.
Vermeer painted picture Woman writing a letter in 1670-1671. Prevailing color of this fine art print is dark and its shape is portrait. Original size is 59,5 x 72,2. This art piece is located in National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland. This image is printed on demand - you can choose material, size and finishing.Johannes, Jan or Johan Vermeer (1632-1675).
Dutch painter. He enjoyed painting scenes from life and common situations in the households of townspeople. During his lifetime, he did not become famous and in his time, he was rather a provincial painter. He worked carefully and slowly; he loved to work with light and used brilliant colours with expensive pigments. His art was rediscovered in the 19th century and he has since slowly become a recognized and sought-after painter. He allegedly worked with the obscura camera to achieve true perspective and composition. Often his paintings depict one or two figures at the window. His most famous work is considered to be Girl with a Pearl Earring.