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Paris Louvre on display "Dutch painting" fine masterpiece

Postby Derexbrown » Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:04 am

Paris, France, the Louvre on the 22nd launched the "Vermeer and the Dutch small painting" special exhibition, through more than 70 pieces of genre painting 17th century Dutch painting golden age art achievement. This exhibition shows the works of "The Maid of Milking Milk", "Lace Womens", and so on. The most famous masterpiece "The Pearl of the Pearl" is not display. Vermeer was born in 1632 in the Netherlands Delft, with Rembrandt, Van Gogh and known as the Dutch painting Sanjie.
Paris, France, the Louvre on the 22nd launched the "Vermeer and the Dutch small painting" special exhibition, through more than 70 pieces of genre painting 17th century Dutch painting golden age art achievement.
This exhibition shows the works of "The Maid of Milking Milk", "Lace Womens", and so on. The most famous masterpiece "The Pearl of the Pearl" is not display.
Vermeer was born in 1632 in the Netherlands Delft, with Rembrandt, Van Gogh and known as the Dutch painting Sanjie. Vermeer died and died at the age of 43, leaving only 36 paintings for later generations. He was obscure when he was alive until his mid-nineteenth century his work was rediscovered and became famous.
Pour the milk of the maid "is the highlight of this exhibition, alone hanging in the exhibition hall on a wall. It is not large, only the equivalent of two A4 paper size. On the screen, the shabby kitchen, wearing a bright yellow shirt, blue dress of the simple peasant woman is the pot of milk slowly poured out. The sun shone into the room through the window lattice, the farmer's strong figure bathed in the sun, calm and solemn.
According to reports, this piece of works from the Netherlands National Museum of Amsterdam to borrow. It was once more than half a century ago in Paris.
In the 17th century, the Netherlands became the world's dominant ocean, economic and cultural and artistic unprecedented prosperity, known as the golden age of the Netherlands. Some Dutch painters to meet the public's aesthetic taste, more depicting still life, landscape and customs. These paintings are usually bought by ordinary people to hang at home for decoration, the frame is generally not large, and thus known as the "small school".
The exhibition curator, the Louvre Holland and Flemish district painting director Dike said: "17th century, 'Dutch small painting' as a whole, with its huge scale and achievements, the whole of Western art The development has had a far - reaching influence, and in the case of Vermeer, his paintings favor yellow and blue, and this color has been inspired by the later Van Gogh, Yves Saint Laurent.
According to reports, the entire golden age, the Dutch painter creation enthusiasm, a total of more than 500 million works, the number of amazing.
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