The Girl with the Wine Glass
|The Girl with the Wine Glass
(A Lady and Two Gentlemen)
The Girl with the Wine Glass (Dame en twee heren)
|Location||Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum, Braunschweig|
The pigment analysis done by Hermann Kühn shows Vermeer's use of the expensive natural ultramarine in the tablecloth, lead-tin-yellow in the oranges on the table and madder lake and vermilion in the skirt of the woman.
- Kühn, H. A Study of the Pigments and Grounds Used by Jan Vermeer. Reports and Studies in the History of Art, 1968, 154–202
- Johannes Vermeer, The Girl with a Wineglass', Colourlex
- Marjorie E. Wieseman, Wayne Franits & H. Perry Chapman, Vermeer’s Women: Secrets and Silence, Yale University Press 2011
- Johannes Vermeer, The Girl with a Wineglass, Colourlex
- Janson, J., Johannes Vermeer, The Girl with a Wineglass, Essential Vermeer, website.
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