johannes vermeer'

Nissrine, a Moroccan girl, reads an application for a Dutch citizenship course. An alternative version of Johannes Vermeer’s painting Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window. Photo by Jan Banning.

“Xenophobia, especially Islamophobia, is rising in many European countries…I feel it is necessary to mobilize against such intolerance. My ‘National Identities’ series gives immigrants the main role, using them as models in my photographic variations on classic paintings.”

Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675)
“Young Woman with a Pearl Necklace” (1662)
Oil on canvas
Dutch Golden Age
Located in the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Germany

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Hogwarts Houses + paintings (x):

Gryffindor:

Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy, Caravaggio  (1606)
Nude Sitting on a Divan, Amedeo Modigliani (1917)
Lolotte, Amedeo Modigliani (1916)
The Martyrdom of Saint Matthew, Caravaggio (1599–1600)
Narcissus, Caravaggio (1597–1599)
La petite Marie, Amadeo Modigliani (1918)

Hufflepuff:

Mistress and Maid, Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675)
Wheatfield with Crows, Vincent Van Gogh (1890)
The Starry Night, Vincent Van Gogh (1889)
View of Delft, Johannes Vermeer (1660–1661)
Girl with a Pearl Earring, Johannes Vermeer (c. 1665)
Vase with Twelve Sunflowers, Vincent Van Gogh (1888)

Ravenclaw:

A Mermaid, John William Waterhouse (1901)
Arm of the Seine at Giverny, Claude Monet (1887)
Waterlilies, Green Reflection, Left Part, Claude Monet (1916-1923)
Borea, John William Waterhouse (1903)
Listen to my Sweet Pipings, John William Waterhouse (1911)
The Healing of a Nation, Claude Monet (1918)

Slytherin:

Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps, William Turner (1812)
Lady in Ermine, Giacomo Grosso (c. 1990)
Supremo convegno, Giacomo Grosso (1895)
Fishermen at Sea, William Turner (1796)
The Shipwreck, William Turner (1805)
Nude, Andrew Loomis (i don’t found it)

Johannes Vermeer - The Little Street (1660)

Johannes Vermeer - A young woman seated at a virginal

circa 1670-1672

oil on canvas

National Gallery, London