Vermeer's Hat

Vermeer's Hat

By Timothy Brook

  • Release Date : 2010-08-01
  • Genre : Art History
  • FIle Size : 4.62 MB
Score: 4.5
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Vermeer's Hat 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.

A Vermeer painting shows a military officer in a Dutch sitting room, talking to a laughing girl. In another canvas, fruit spills from a blue-and-white porcelain bowl. Familiar images that captivate us with their beauty--but as Timothy Brook shows us, these intimate pictures actually give us a remarkable view of an expanding world. The officer's dashing hat is made of beaver fur from North America, and it was beaver pelts from America that financed the voyages of explorers seeking routes to China-prized for the porcelains so often shown in Dutch paintings of this time, including Vermeer's. In this dazzling history, Timothy Brook uses Vermeer's works, and other contemporary images from Europe, Asia, and the Americas to trace the rapidly growing web of global trade, and the explosive, transforming, and sometimes destructive changes it wrought in the age when globalization really began., vermeer's hat, vermeer's hat pdf, vermeer's hat review, vermeer's hat chapter 2, vermeer's hat chapter 7, vermeer's hat chapter 5, vermeer's hat chapter 3, vermeer's hat timothy brook summary, vermeer's hat chapter 4


  • Vermeer's Hat

    By Cyberlearn
    A bit disappointing? How can anyone sell a book based on paintings without including the paintings????
  • Good read, pictures not included.

    By Romey Rodriguez
    This book is a good read. A bit disappointed that the pictures are not included that are in the printed version that my history course classmates had, that were talked about in class. The pictures included some of the works by Vermeer, other objects that are talked about in the book, as well as another painting.