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Norton Simon Museum Presents Vermeer's "Woman with a Lute," on Loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

3 years agoArts : Artdaily

PASADENA, CA.- The Norton Simon Museum presents the rare loan of Johannes Vermeer?s ?Woman with a Lute,? ca. 1662?63, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. One of about 36 known works by the Dutch master, five of which make their home at the Metropolitan Museum, the painting will be on view from July 8 through Sept. 26, 2011, providing audiences with the extraordinary opportunity to see a work by Vermeer on the West Coast.
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