"Since the paintings of Vermeer were rediscovered at the end of the nineteenth century, they have been the subject of much speculation, fascination, and conjecture. With full-page color reproductions of each of Vermeer's paintings, this monograph will prove indispensable to the reader who wishes to discover the artist and his work, as well as to the scholar seeking a new and insightful reading on the subject."
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