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Girl With a Pearl Earring at the De Young Museum

Girl With a Pearl Earring at the De Young Museum

What -

Girl With a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis

When -

Now until June 2

Where -

de Young Museum

Cost -

Included in the general museum admission

The Girl With a Pearl Earring On-View at the de Young Museum -

Get up close to 35 magnificent works from the world-famous Royal Picture Gallery at The Hague, including Johannes Vermeer’s most renowned masterwork, Girl With a Pearl Earring, also known as the “Dutch Mona Lisa.” Art lovers will enjoy wandering the rooms of this acclaimed exhibition and getting to know the history of the 17th century painters like Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Carel Fabritius.

Dutch Masters of the Golden Age -

Visitors can expect to learn not only more about the skilled artworks from these acclaimed painters, but also the fascinating history of the Dutch Golden Age. Before this time, artworks depicted more religious theme until the Golden Age, when painters were more interested in depicting secular subjects like everyday life, musical performances, parties, and simple domestic activities.