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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2012. № 3. Part 1. P. 70-73.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Study of Art
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SCIENTIFIC ATTRIBUTES AND GEOGRAPHICAL MAPS PORTRAYAL IN PAINTINGS OF JAN VERMEER FROM DELFT

Dmitrieva Anna Alekseevna
St. Petersburg State University


Abstract. The author analyzes the paintings of the Dutch artist of the XVIIth century Jan Vermeer from Delft with scientific attributes portrayal, considers the problem of painting and natural science interrelation in Dutch culture, studies in detail the maps used by Vermeer in the creation of his works, and demonstrates the wide range of sources from cartography field, some of which are introduced into scientific circulation for the first time.
Key words and phrases: Ян Вермер Делфтский, голландская живопись XVII в., бытовой жанр, естествознание, география, картография, Jan Vermeer from Delft, Dutch painting of the XVIIth century, natural science, geography, cartography.
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