The mysterious oil painting, once thought to be an anonymous copy, has eluded experts for decades.
The new documentary Close to Vermeer chronicles the making of the exhibition that brought over half a million visitors to the Amsterdam museum.
Even when his style is at its most self-effacing, smoothly drawing us into the moment, we remain, inevitably, outside.
The online resale market for the Rijksmuseum’s smash exhibition is booming, with tickets selling on eBay for over $2K.
One artist said the Mauritshuis Museum’s decision to display “A Girl With a Pearl Earring” made using Midjourney “highly unethical.”
In Vermeer’s paintings, the world is much larger than we imagined and yet somehow deep, meaningful, and magical.
The pearl earring in Johannes Vermeer’s famous masterpiece was likely a fake, researchers say.
Your artwork could be shown at the painting’s home in the Netherlands while the original travels for an exhibition.
From February through June, the Amsterdam museum will display 28 works by the Dutch Golden Age master.
Outraged patrons at the Mauritshuis Museum in the Netherlands responded with “obscene,” “stupid,” and “shut up!”
The National Gallery of Art discovered that a student or associate painted the famous work.
During the pandemic, researchers at the National Gallery of Art found out some interesting things when they scanned the Dutch artist’s 17th-century paintings.