Johannes Vermeer was a very slow painter. He painted two pictures a year and had to use mannequins for the hours he spent painting. This is due to his technique so particular to him, which specializes in the works, which seem to be suspended in the air.
We will discover that behind these flirtatious women are hidden allegories and scenes that we would never have suspected. At the same time, we will get to know in-depth the objects, chairs, maps, and other instruments that repeatedly appear in his work.