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    Johannes Vermeer, Girl with the Red Hat, c. 1665/1666, oil on panel, Andrew W. Mellon Collection, 1937.1.53

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      Adam Greenhalgh

      Sun Oct 01 00:00:00 EDT 2017

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    [fig. 1] François Boucher, The Toilet of Venus, 1751, oil on canvas, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bequest of William K. Vanderbilt, 1920 (20.155.9). www.metmuseum.org
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    [fig. 2] Reconstruction of a dispersed polyptych by Grifo di Tancredi (color images are NGA objects): a. Saint Peter; b. Saint John the Baptist (fig. 2); c. Christ Blessing; d. Saint James Major; e. After Grifo di Tancredi, line drawing of a lost image of Saint Ursula
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    [fig. 3] Emanuel de Witte, Interior of the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, with Townsfolk Gathered for a Service, c. 1660–1665, oil on canvas, Eijk and Rose-Marie van Otterloo Collection
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    [fig. 4] Sketchbook drawing, John Marin, Circus Scene, c. 1950, black chalk and watercolor, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of John Marin Jr., 1986.54.163.n
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    [fig. 5] Johannes Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring, c. 1665, oil on canvas, Mauritshuis, The Hague, inv. no. 670
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    [fig. 6] Caspar Netscher, A Woman Feeding a Parrot, with a Page, 1666, oil on panel, National Gallery of Art, Washington, The Lee and Juliet Folger Fund, 2016.118.1
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    [fig. 7] Johannes Vermeer, Woman Writing a Letter, with Her Maid, c. 1670–1671, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Sir Alfred and Lady Beit, 1987 (Beit Collection), NGI.4535. Photo © National Gallery of Ireland
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    [fig. 8] Johannes Vermeer, A Lady Writing, c. 1665, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of Harry Waldron Havemeyer and Horace Havemeyer, Jr., in memory of their father, Horace Havemeyer, 1962.10.1
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    [fig. 9] Athanasius Kircher, Color chart, 1646. adapted by the author


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    [fig. 10] Johannes Vermeer, Allegory of the Catholic Faith, c. 1670–1672, oil on canvas, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, The Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsam, 1931, 32.100.18
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    [fig. 11] Gerrit Dou, A Young Lady Playing a Clavichord, c. 1667, oil on panel, Private collection
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    [fig. 12] Adriaen van de Venne, Early depiction of a Dutch telescope, 1624, print, Johan de Brune de Oude. Emblemata of Zinne-werck, Amsterdam, 1624, nr. 47. Digitale Bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse Letteren
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    [fig. 13] Jacob Duck, The Wine Connoisseurs, c. 1640–1642, oil on panel, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Purchased with the support of the Vereniging Rembrandt, SK-A-1940
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