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Johannes Vermeer Girl With A Pearl Earring
Girl with a Pearl Earring (Dutch: Meisje met de parel) is an oil painting by 17th-century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. It is a tronie of a girl with a headscarf and a pearl earring. The painting has been in the collection of the Mauritshuis in The Hague since 1902. The work is oil on canvas and is 44.5 cm (17.5 in) high and 39 cm (15 in) wide. It is signed "IVMeer" but not dated. It is estimated to have been painted around 1665.
The painting is a tronie, the Dutch 17th-century description of a 'head' that was not meant to be painting portraits. It depicts a European girl as Las Meninas wearing an exotic dress, an oriental turban, and an improbably large pearl earring. In 2014, Dutch astrophysicist Vincent Icke raised doubts about the material of the earring and argued that it looks more like polished tin than pearl on the grounds of the specular reflection, the pear shape and the large size of the earring.
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La Jeune Fille à la perle
La Jeune Fille à la perle (en néerlandais : Meisje met de parel) est une peinture à l'huile sur toile réalisée par le peintre néerlandais Johannes Vermeer vers 1665. Ce tableau de moyenne dimension est un portrait en buste d'une jeune femme anonyme — peut-être l'une des filles de Vermeer — portant une perle à l'oreille ainsi qu'un turban sur la tête. Pour sa composition et son sujet proches de l'œuvre de Léonard de Vinci, on la surnomme aussi la « Joconde du Nord ». De nos jours, le tableau, le plus populaire de Vermeer, est tenu pour un des chefs-d'œuvre du peintre en raison de sa composition et de l'atmosphère qu'il dégage.
Si le tableau révèle une influence certaine de l'art du portrait italien, il appartient surtout au genre pictural des tronies, études de caractères typiques de l'art des Provinces-Unies du milieu du xviie siècle. La Jeune Fille à la perle est à ce titre représentatif de l'âge d'or de la peinture néerlandaise, période d'une richesse exceptionnelle dans la création picturale européenne.
Das Mädchen mit dem Perlenohrring (Originaltitel: Girl with a Pearl Earring) ist ein Film des britischen Regisseurs Peter Webber aus dem Jahr 2003. Er basiert auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Tracy Chevalier. Das Drama wurde in drei Kategorien für den Oscar nominiert.
In Delft wird die 17-jährige Griet, nachdem ihr Vater sein Augenlicht verloren hat, als Hausmädchen bei dem berühmten Maler Jan Vermeer eingestellt. Der Meister zeigt sich von dem schüchternen, aber durchaus klugen Mädchen angetan, macht sie mit der Welt der Ölgemälde vertraut und erteilt ihr die Aufgabe, seine Farben anzumischen. Schließlich soll Vermeer auf dringenden Wunsch seines Mäzens Pieter Van Ruijven, der es auf das Mädchen abgesehen hat, ihr Porträt malen.
《戴珍珠耳环的少女》(荷兰语:Het meisje met de parel),十七世纪荷兰画家扬·弗美尔的作品。画作以少女戴着的珍珠耳环作为视角的焦点,现时画作存放在海牙的毛里茨住宅中。
画作署名“IVMeer”,但没有日期。没有人知道这幅油画的代理权谁属,甚至不知道作者有没有交付过代理权给任何人。近年有专家指出此画作可能是一幅“tronie”,即17世纪的荷兰流行的头像,而这种头像严格而言算不上是一幅画作اللوحات الفنية 。于1994年的修复后,画作精密的颜色运用及画中少女对其观察者的亲密目光更被专家所留意。无论如何,这一幅画都不只是普通的肖像画。画家可能在尝试捕捉这个女孩(身份不明,但一般相信是弗美尔的女儿玛丽亚)对刚发现的某人回眸的样子。
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Girl With A Pearl Earring

Finished in 1665, the girl with a pearl earring was a hit from the moment viewers first laid eyes on it. Johannes Vermeer was the man behind the brush, and it was one of his more successful creations. This is among hundreds of other artworks paintings that he made throughout his career, so the girl with the pearl earring really made an impact where it counted. With critical commentary as to his landscape paintings, the painting served as a very political peace for a portion of the population and as an artistic wonder for the other half. When referencing Vermeer paintings, it is hard not to include this in the top three. Johannes Vermeer girl with a pearl earring was a great example of a tronie, featuring a young girl of the European culture wearing a very nice dress while looking at the viewer. What stands out is her pearl earring, which hangs idly from her left ear as she gazes about, that's different with Liberty Leading the People. Over the years, some critics like astrophysicist Vincent Icke challenged the validity of it being a pearl earring, saying that it is most likely a polished tin. The opinion is not based off of negative commentary but a genuine interest of the painting itself. Using a basic oil canvas setup, the girl with a pearl earring was 44.5 cm high and 39 cm wide. There was nothing extraordinary about the size of the painting, but the focus of the figure was such that it made the foreground a priority as The Last Supper and Creation of Adam. What is considered unusual about the work is that it is signed but not dated. A familiar IVMeer appears on the finished work, and years of research has proven that 1665 is the most appropriate date for its creation. Unsigned paintings and works not dated from all artists like later salvador dali and pablo picasso go through a rigorous process to prove authenticity, and is a fine tuned process.

People that are familiar with the term describe the painting as tronie, or a paining that is closely linked to the Dutch Golden Age of painting. There is even a close relation to Flemish Baroque painting, since both styles concentrate on facial expressions or elaborate costumes. Vermeer girl with a pearl earring falls directly into that mold, although the actual term tronie still does not have a clear definition within art literature. It was still an accurate way to describe some genre paintings, and even many historical oil paintings for sale with unidentified figures as the focus. Currently the work can be seen in the Mauritshuis, the Netherlands premiere art museum located in The Hague. The girl who wear earring painting has been available there since 1902, and is an official part of the collection. With a lot of the other great work from prominent Dutch artists besides henri matisse and marc chagall, there is also the Royal Cabinet of Paintings. With a lot of this coming from the Dutch Golden Age paintings, Vermeer’s work is in elite company among the rest. He is one of many artists featured including Hans Holbein the Younger, Rembrandt Night Watch, Jan Steen and others. The restoration efforts put into girl with a pearl earring painting was vast, and incredibly successful. It was done at the right time, and in a rare occurrence it may have improved on the original work in ways that enhances the meaning. One of those enhancements was with the color scheme, and later on the background which is different with Starry Night Van Gogh and Picasso Guernica. Both were well done by the team that handled the restoration, and they even improved the powerful gaze of the figure in the painting. Against the dark background she really stands out, having a very strong will to her stare.

The girl with a pearl earring has had some interesting travels over the years, and has been exhibited multiple times. When it was first sold at an auction in 1881, the painting was in poor condition. In 1902 it found its way to Mauritshuis after a healthy donation from the original purchaser, Arnoldus Andries des Tombe. Since being donated, the painting has traveled to Japan, the United States, Italy and many other high profile places where the public was lucky enough to catch a glimpse, as Melting Clocks or titled Persistence Of Memory. The girl with a pearl earring will no longer leave Mauritshuis museum as of 2014 in order to protect it. Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer us responsible for the creation of girl with a pearl earring. What’s so impressive about Vermeer is that he only produced 34 known paintings throughout his entire career. This is much less than other notable painters throughout history including andy warhol and jack vettriano, and shows just how hard Vermeer worked on each individual work. As a provincial genre painter, he was revered locally for his mastery of the craft. But even with great works like the girl who wear earring, he was not wealthy and took in very little money for even his best paintings. Over the years the popularity of the painting has led to many people making their own speculation about who the girl is on the canvas, like to Manet Olympia and The Kiss Klimt. Many people have even romanticized it into fictional works, yet none of the stories can claim factual relevance about the true identity of the girl with a pearl earring painting. Some of the ideas tossed around about the girl in the painting include Vermeer’s daughter Maria and even household servant that may have modeled for Milkmaid and portrait art by rene magritte. Over the years, these are the main two figures that people feel are the best bets for finding the identity of the woman in the painting.

Fame in other media outlets has led to the popularity of the girl with a pearl earring painting on a worldwide stage production in 2008 as toperfect reviews. It premiered in London, and was based off of a fictional account of how the painting came to be. This wasn’t the only big time production based off the painting, but it turned out to be one of the more lucrative ventures where art and Hollywood crossed over. The other two paintings worth mentioning that have had this type of cultural success are The Scream and the Mona Lisa. Beyond the identity speculation in girl with a pearl earring analysis, there is also the possibility of religious overtones that point to chastity. A loosely related teaching in the 17th century by bishop St. Francis De Sales gives some rare insight into not only the name of the painting, but why the focus was on the pearl earring. It gives the jewel in her ear a very spiritual meaning in toperfect.com reviews & complaints, and is the closest anyone has come to explaining the meaning of the painting. The pearl in the woman’s ear is meant to loyally protect her from the words of man.

The Girl With The Pearl Earring Movie

Directed by Peter Webber
Produced by Andy Paterson, Anand Tucker
Screenplay by Olivia Hetreed
Based on Girl with a Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier
Starring Scarlett Johansson, Colin Firth, Essie Davis, Tom Wilkinson, Cillian Murphy, Judy Parfitt
Music by Alexandre Desplat
Cinematography Eduardo Serra
Edited by Kate Evans
Production company UK Film Council, Archer Street Productions
Release date 31 August 2003 (Telluride), 9 January 2004 (US), 16 January 2004 (UK), Running time 100 minutes
Language English
Budget £10 million
Box office $31,466,789 (Worldwide)

When novelist Tracy Chevalier wrote a historical novel named and themed after the painting, and it did much better than expected on the open market. The 1999 book sold a lot of copies and was about the creation of the painting as works of tamara de lempicka or edward hopper, adding in some fictional elements to fill in the blanks that were never answered with the real painting. This led to girl with a pearl earring film in 2003 starring Scarlett Johansson, and it turned out to be the most critically acclaimed movie of her career. Following the same format as the book, Johansson played Griet, a fictional servant that Vermeer hires to model for the painting as portraits by diego rivera and frida kahlo, and roy lichtenstein. She sits in the iconic pose, with the added drama of wearing the pearl earrings of Vermeer’s wife. This creates conflicts with his personal and professional life, and was a performance so compelling that Johansson was nominated for a BAFTA award and Golden Globe. The girl with the pearl earring movie also reopened discussions about the true identity of the girl in the painting, like The Birth of Venus and Primavera Botticelli. Without any concrete confirmation on the nature of the painting or who was involved with it, compelling stories like the ones created with the movie have often dominated some of the more historically accurate accounts. This was also magnified when stage play came out in 2008, featuring the same name and following the same storyline of the original novel and movie. Although it was a limited release and didn’t have the audience of girl with a pearl earring film, there was still a substantial amount of fanfare over its creation and story as Van Gogh Sunflowers and Monet Water Lilies. The painting also made an appearance in St Trinian’s, a 2007 film about its theft and eventual recovery. The British comedy film was based off of the work of cartoonist Ronald Searle, and is also the first film in the series to focus on school pupils. A higher appeal to the younger generation as fans of norman rockwell and joan miro helped the painting to remain relevant for several more years, and once against resurfaced in the news when street artist Banksy made a mural out of it in Bristol. But the true champion of the media for the painting is still the Johansson led girl with a pearl earring film, which plays regularly on several streaming and cable owned outlets unlike Dogs Playing Poker. On movie review websites, the film holds a respectable listing and score among other great films of the time.

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Ownership and display
On the advice of Victor de Stuers, who for years tried to prevent Vermeer's rare works from being sold to parties abroad, Arnoldus Andries des Tombe purchased the work at an auction in The Hague in 1881, for only two guilders with a thirty cents buyer's premium (around €24 at current purchasing power) similar as the prices of Iris Van Gogh and Van Gogh Self Portrait at that time. At the time, it was in poor condition. Des Tombe had no heirs and donated this and other paintings to the Mauritshuis in 1902.
In 2012, as part of a traveling exhibition while the Mauritshuis was being renovated and expanded, Girl With A Pearl Earring Painting was exhibited worldwide as Cafe Terrace at Night and Impression Sunrise, 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 returned to the Mauritshuis museum which stated that the painting will not leave the museum in the future.

Painting technique
Tracy Chevalier wrote a historical novel, also entitled Girl with a Pearl Earring (1999), fictionalizing the circumstances of the painting's creation. In the novel, Johannes Vermeer becomes close with a fictional servant named Griet (based on Chevalier's close friend Georgia Kendall), whom he hires as an assistant and has sit for him as a painting model while wearing his wife's pearl earrings as toperfect.com reviews. The novel inspired a 2003 film and 2008 play of the same name. The 2003 film stars Scarlett Johansson as Griet, Johannes Vermeer Girl With A Pearl Earring. Johansson was nominated for various awards including a Golden Globe Award and a BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
The painting also appears in the 2007 film St Trinian's, when a group of unruly schoolgirls steal it to raise funds to save their school.
English street artist Banksy has recreated the painting as a mural in Bristol, replacing the pearl earring with an alarm box and calling the artwork Girl with a Pierced Eardrum.

La Jeune Fille à la perle
De nos jours, le tableau, le plus populaire de Vermeer, est tenu pour un des chefs-d'œuvre du peintre en raison de sa composition et de l'atmosphère qu'il dégage. Cette reconnaissance est pourtant relativement récente puisque la toile a été oubliée plus de deux cents ans, jusqu'à ce que le collectionneur d'art Arnoldus Andries des Tombe la redécouvre, et la lègue en 1903 au musée du Mauritshuis, à La Haye aux Pays-Bas. Depuis cette date, le tableau y est toujours conservé et exposé. En 1994, il bénéficie d'une restauration qui permet de mieux en apprécier la qualité mais aussi de comprendre plus précisément la technique employée par Vermeer.
L'œuvre est réalisée sur toile et utilise comme médium de la peinture à l'huile ; pratiquement carrée (44,5 × 39 cm), elle est de taille moyenne. Elle est présentée dans un cadre de bois marron clair sculpté de motifs floraux, large d'une dizaine de centimètres.
Elle représente une adolescente (ou une très jeune adulte) en buste, sur un arrière-plan d'un noir uniforme. Les épaules tournées vers la gauche du cadre, elle est montrée de trois quarts dos. Sa tête effectue une rotation vers la gauche, ce qui découvre son visage de trois quarts face. Elle fixe le spectateur de ses yeux en coin, et semble s'adresser à lui de sa bouche entrouverte, aux lèvres rouges et pulpeuses.
Sa tête est couverte d'un turban bleu outremer et blanc, surmonté d'un tissu jaune qui lui pend dans le dos. C'est en référence à cet attribut exotique que l'œuvre a d'abord été désignée comme La Jeune Fille au turban. Par ailleurs, elle porte au lobe de l'oreille gauche (la seule visible dans cette pose) une perle qui donne à la toile son nom officiel actuel — même si la nature exacte du pendant d'oreille est encore discutée. La jeune femme est vêtue de ce qui semble être une veste, au tissu lourd offrant peu de plis d'une couleur ocre foncé, voire marron, rehaussée d'un col blanc.
Une lumière franche, provenant du bord gauche du tableau, éclaire le modèle pratiquement de face. Elle produit un jeu d'ombres variées sur son dos et l'arrière de sa tête, dans la moitié droite de l'œuvre. C'est dans cette partie ombrée que se détache le scintillement des reflets du pendant d'oreille.

Das Mädchen mit dem Perlenohrgehänge
Schriftstellerin Tracy Chevalier ließ sich bei ihrem gleichnamigen Roman von dem anonymen Mädchen aus dem Gemälde Das Mädchen mit dem Perlenohrgehänge des niederländischen Malers Jan Vermeer inspirieren.
Einige der Bilder Vermeers, die im Film gezeigt werden, sind frei erfunden, andere, wie viele der in der Wohnung van Ruivens gezeigten, waren tatsächlich in dessen Besitz. In vielen Szenen des Films findet man Objekte aus seinen Bildern wieder, wie etwa die Laute, das Cembalo, und einiges an Mobiliar des Ateliers, wie die große Landkarte der Niederlande an der Wand, den gerafften Vorhang oder die Stühle. Ebenso sind außer Griet auch andere Personen des Films nach Figuren aus Vermeers Bildern geschaffen, so die Magd oder Vermeers Frau.

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