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                          E.V. Bibliography: Vermeer's Materials and Painting Methods

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                          • COSTARAS, Nicola, "A Study of the Materials and Techniques of Johannes Vermeer," in , eds. Ivan Gaskell and Michiel Jonker, National Gallery of Art Washington D.C., New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1998, 145–167.
                          • FINK, Daniel A.," Vermeer's Use of the Camera Obscura: A Comparative Study." The Art Bulletin 53, 1971.
                          • GIFFORD, Melanie, "Painting Light: Recent Observations on Vermeer's Technique," in , New Haven and London, 1998.
                          • GROEN, Karin M.., Inez D. van der Werf, KIaas Jan van den Berg, and Jaap J. Boon, "Scientific Examination of Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring'" in .eds. Ivan Gaskell and Michiel Jonker, National Gallery of Art Washington D.C., New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1998, 169–183.
                          • GROEN, Karin. "Painting Technique in the Seventeenth Century in Holland and the Possible Use of the Camera Obscura by Vermeer."In . Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, reprint 333. 2007. 195–210.
                          • HOWARD, Helen, David Peggie and Rachel Billinge, Helen Howard, David Peggie and Rachel Billinge, "Vermeer and Technique." National Gallery website.
                          • HOWARD, Helen, David Peggie and Rachel Billinge, Helen Howard, David Peggie and Rachel Billinge, "Vermeer and Technique." National Gallery website.

                            • Methods & Techniques (Introduction)
                            • Support and ground -
                            • Infrared examination -
                            • Vermeer's palette -
                            • Binding medium -
                            • Paint application -
                            • Secrets of the studio - o
                            • Time and transformation
                            • Altered appearance of ultramarine -
                            • Fading of yellow and red lake pigment -
                            • Drying and paint defects -
                            • Formation of lead and zinc soaps -
                            • Infrared examination -

                          • JANSON, Jonathan, Looking Over Vermeer's Shoulders: Seventeenth-Century Dutch Fine Painting Techniques and Studio Practices with Particular Focus on the Work of Johannes Vermeer (second edition), USA, 2016
                          • JELLEY, Jane. "," Art and Perception (July, 2013).
                          • JOHNSON, C. Richard Jr., and W. A. Sethares, "," JHNA 9:1 (Winter 2017),
                            DOI: 10.5092/jhna.2017.9.1.17
                          • KÜHN, Herman, "A Study of the Pigments and the Grounds used by Jan Vermeer.," Reports and Studies in the History of Art, National Gallery of Art (Washington, 1968).
                          • MILLS, A. A. "Vermeer and the camera obscura: some practical considerations." Leonardo 31 (1998): 213–218.
                          • NEIDHART, Uta and GIEBE, Marlies with essays by Albert Blankert, Chrisitne Klose, Johann Koller, Annalise Mayer-Meintsschel et. al., Johannes Vermeer 'Bei der Kupplerin,' exh. cat., Dresden, 2004.
                          • SEYMOUR, C. Jr. "Dark Chamber and Light-Filled Room: Vermeer and the Camera Obscura." Art Bulletin 46, 1(964): 323–331.
                          • SHELDON, Libby. "Johannes Vermeer's 'Young Woman Seated at a Virginal.'" The Burlington Magazine 148 (2006): 89–97.
                          • SHELDON, Libby. "Blue and Yellow Pigments: The Hidden Colours of Light in Cuyp and Vermeer." Art Matters, Netherlands Technical Studies in Art 4 (2007): 97–102.
                          • SHELDON, Libby."The Newest Vermeer: How Technical Research Convinced the Doubting Scholars." The Picture Restorer, no. 41 (Autum 2012): 14–18.
                          • STEADMAN, Phillip, , Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
                          • VANDERVERE, Abbie and Abbie Vandivere and Annelies van Loon. "Girl with a Blog." http://www.mauritshuis.nl/en/explore/restoration-and-research/girl-with-a-blog/
                          • Who's that Girl? (Introduction to research project)
                          • Preparing for exam ( What will happen in the Golden Room)
                          • Beauty is more than skin deep (Samples / Imaging )
                          • Vermeer illuminated (1994 treatment)
                          • Say cheese (Technical photography)
                          • A blank canvas (Canvas)
                          • From the ground up (Ground)
                          • Watching paint dry (Oil)

                            Art supply and demand (Paint, and where materials come from)
                          • Seeing red (Vermilion and cochineal )
                          • It's all there in black and white (Blacks and lead white )
                          • Background check (Background )
                          • Up close and personal (Under the microscope)
                          • Contouring, highlighting and blending (Skin )
                          • Dressed to impress (Yellow and browns )
                          • Out of the blue (Blues)
                          • Glazed over (Glazes and varnish)
                          • You’re crackin me up (Cracks)
                          • Wrap-up (Wrap-up)
                          • WADUM Jørgen, "Contours of Vermeer," in , eds. Ivan Gaskell and Michiel Jonker, National Gallery of Art Washington D.C., New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1998, .201–223.
                          • WADUM Jørgen, Rene Hoppenbrouwers and Luuk Struick van der Loeff, Vermeer illuminated: Conservation, Restoration and Research, a report on the restoration of the "View of Delft" and the "Girl with a Pearl Earring," [Mauritshuis (The Hague: V+K Publishing, Inmerc) 1994. [in French as: Vermeer en plein jour: conservation, restauration et recherche].
                          • WADUM, Jørgen, "Johannes Vermeer (1632–1675) and His Use of Perspective," in Preprints Historical Painting Techniques, Materials, and Studio Practice. University of Leiden, 26–29 June (1995) 148–154. Malibu.
                          • WADUM, Jørgen & N. Costaras, "Johannes Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' De- & Re-Restored, in Restauration, Dé-Restauration, Re-Restauration. RAAFU (1995): 163–172.
                          • WADUM, Jørgen, "Vermeer in Perspective." In exh. cat., National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Royal Cabinet of Pictures Mauritshuis, The Hague (1995–1996) 67–79.
                          • WADUM, Jørgen, "Les audaces techniques de Vermeer." Dossiers de l´Art 27 (1996): 30–41.
                          • WADUM, Jørgen, "Des perspectives curieuses et extraordinaires." Dossiers de l´Art 27, (Paris): 42–49.
                          • WADUM, Jørgen. "Vermeer and the Spatial Illusion." In The World of Learning in the Time of Vermeer (exhibition cat.), Museum Meermanno-Westreenianum (Museum of the Book), The Hague, 31–49.
                          • WADUM, Jørgen., "Vermeer's Use of Perspective, in Historic Painting Techniques, Materials, and Studio Practice," Reprints of a Symposium Held at the University of Leiden, The Netherlands, 26–29 June, 1995, Santa Monica, 1995.
                          • WADUM, Jørgen. "Vermeers zielgerichtete Beobachtungen." In exh. cat. Johannes Vermeer. Der Geograph und der Astronom nach 200 Jahren wieder vereint. Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, Franckfurt am Main (1997) 31–38.
                          • WADUM, Jørgen. "Contours of Vermeer." In , 55. Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Symposium Papers XXXIII, eds. I. Gaskel and M. Jonker. Washington/New Haven (1998): 201–223.
                          • WALD, Robert. "'The Art of Painting': Observations on Approach and Techncique." In , eds. Sabine Haag, Elke Oberthaler and Sabine Pénot, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna: Residenz, 2010. 193–313.
                          • WHEELOCK, Arthur K., Jr., , New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1995.
                          • WHEELOCK, Arthur K., Jr. et al., , exh. cat. National Gallery of Art, Washington and Royal Cabinet of Paintings Mauritshuis, (Washington and the Hague) 1995.

                          Recommended Vermeer Reading

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                          Wayne Franits
                          Vermeer: The Complete Paintings, Walter Liedtke
                          Walter Liedtke
                          Vermeer, John Nash
                          John Nash
                          Vermeer and the Delft School, Walter Liedtke
                          Walter Liedtke 2001
                          Vermeer: The Complete Works, Arthur K. Wheelock Jr.

                          Arthur K. Wheelock Jr.
                          Johannes Vermeer, Arthur K. Wheelock Jr."

                          Arthur K. Wheelock Jr.
                          Vermeer Studies, ed. Ivan Gaskell &amp;amp; Micheal Jonker

                          ed. Ivan Gaskell & Micheal Jonker
                          Vermeer and the Art of Painting, Arthur K. Wheelock Jr.

                          Arthur K. Wheelock Jr.
                          Vermeer, Martin Bailey

                          Martin Bailey
                          Vermeer, Lawrence Gowing

                          Lawrence Gowing

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