* بعد تحميل صفحتك ، ومن ثم عدل خيارات طلبك. لا يدعم بعض نسخة منخفضة من المتصفح، مثل IE ۸،۰.
* 1 بوصة=2.54cm .إذا أردت الحجم الخاص، اتصل برواق Toperfect
* 1USD=3.75SAR. 1USD=3.67AED. لا داعى لكم لصرف العملة عند الدفع، وهذهقائمة الصرف بين دولار أمريكي وعمل رئسية.
* تفضل باستفسارنا بعد اختيار الحجم، اذا ما زالت الأسعار لبعض اللوحات المعقدة والأعمال الأصلية تبقى 0.00
* أعمال رسم باليد: كلما كانت صور اللوحة بسيطة، كان سعرها رخيص، والزمن الذي استغرقه رسم اللوحة قصير.
Dutch: Het meisje met de parel
Artist: Johannes Vermeer
Year: c. 1665
Material: Oil painting on canvas
Dimensions: 44.5 cm × 39 cm (17.5 in × 15 in)
Location: Mauritshuis, The Hague
The painting Girl with a Pearl Earring (Dutch: Het meisje met de parel) is one of Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer's masterworks and, as the name implies, uses a pearl earring for a focal point. It has been in the collection of the Mauritshuis gallery in The Hague since 1902.
The painting is signed "IVMeer" but not dated. It is unclear whether this work was commissioned, and, if so, by whom. In any case, it is probably not meant as a conventional portrait.
The image is a tronie, the Dutch 17th-century description of a ‘head’ that was not meant to be a portrait. After the most recent restoration of the painting in 1994, the subtle color scheme and the intimacy of the girl’s gaze toward the viewer have been greatly enhanced. During the restoration, it was discovered that the dark background, today somewhat mottled, was initially intended by the painter to be a deep enamel-like green. This effect was produced by applying a thin transparent layer of paint, called a glaze, over the present-day black background. However, the two organic pigments of the green glaze, indigo and weld, have faded.
In 2012, as part of a traveling exhibition while the Mauritshuis was being renovated and expanded, the painting was exhibited in Japan at the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, and in 2013-2014 the United States, where it was shown at the High Museum in Atlanta, the de Young Museum in San Francisco and in New York City at the Frick Collection. Later in 2014 it was exhibited in Bologna, Italy. In June 2014, it was returned to the Mauritshuis museum, where it was given a more prominent place than before.