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About: In the hands of an award-winning historian, Vermeerâs dazzling paintings become windows that reveal how daily life and thoughtâfrom Delft to Beijingâwere transformed in the seventeenth century, when the world first became global.
About: Analyzes how the works of Vermeer reflect seventeenth-century life and the birth of globalization, in a historical study that identifies significant objects in key paintings while explaining how they also serve to document their time's growing web of trade throughout the world.
About: In this critical darling Vermeer's captivating and enigmatic paintings become windows that reveal how daily life and thought-from Delft to Beijing--were transformed in the 17th century, when the world first became global.
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