Vermeer: Girl with the Pearl Earring

75.00

This Master was painted by Johannes Vermeer around the year 1665  and is currently displayed in the Mauritshuis in The Hague, The Netherlands. The work was not meant to be a portrait, but a ‘tronie’, representing a character in exotic clothing, with a turban and an unusually large pearl earring. It is unknown who the girl on the painting is. Until 1995 the painting was also known as ‘The girl with the turban’.  

 

About this pocket square:

  • 100% silk
  • Johannes Vermeer
  • Painted around 1665, exact year of completion is unknown
  • Origin: The Netherlands
  • 43 x 43 cm

All our Masters are produced from 100% pure high quality silk, woven with a plain weave. The fabric is light in weight which makes it easy to wear with the same fine look-and-feel as heaver silk fabrics. The designs are printed digitally with the highest possible care. Only with this process all details are shown and the Masters gets as close to the original as possible.

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