Woman With a Lute by Johannes Vermeer - Art Print
This canvas was probably painted about 1662-63, a little later than 'Young Woman with a Water Pitcher'. The arrangement of the table and the silhouetted chair in the foreground, the use of a curtain to cast shadows in the corner by the window, and the greater role of shadows throughout the composition would appear to indicate that the picture was made within a year or so of the 'Woman With a Pearl Necklace' (Gemaldegalerie, Berlin) and the 'Woman With a Balance' (National Gallery of Art, Washington), both of which may be dated about 1663-64.\n1662/Metropolitan Museum, USA\n
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