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The Major's Vermeer By Walt Engle
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Phil Snowden and Elizabeth Cushions, no longer with the Houston Police and now husband and wife private investigators, are persuaded to investigate a hit and run. Then shadows of WWII intrude in the... More > form of a missing valuable old master painting and they find themselves trying to solve two cases at the same time.< Less
The Major's Vermeer By Walt Engle
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Phil Snowden and Elizabeth Cushions, no longer with the Houston Police and now husband and wife private investigators, are persuaded to investigate a hit and run. Then shadows of WWII intrude in the... More > form of a missing valuable old master painting and they find themselves trying to solve two cases at the same time.< Less
Vermeer: Portraits of A Lifetime By Lawrence R. Spencer
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"Vermeer: Portraits of A Lifetime" is a revolutionary reexamination of the mystique and mythology surrounding the 17th Century Dutch Master painter, Johannes Vermeer. For the first time in... More > over 300 years names of people who posed for his paintings are identified. An unknown portrait of Vermeer, painted by his friend, Gerard ter Borch, is exposed. This book is an empathetic retrospective, built on observations that reveal answers to dozens of speculations about his paintings, his wife, his daughters, and contemporaries who were the subjects of his art, and with whom he shared his brief life in Delft. Includes color plates of each of the remaining works of Vermeer. Researched and written by Lawrence R. Spencer, author and master oil painter who, without training, "remembered" how to paint at the age of 30.< Less
Vermeer: Portraits of A Lifetime By Lawrence R. Spencer
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"Vermeer: Portraits of A Lifetime" is a revolutionary reexamination of the mystique and mythology surrounding the 17th Century Dutch Master painter, Johannes Vermeer. For the first time... More > in over 300 years names of people who posed for his paintings are identified. An unknown portrait of Vermeer, painted by his friend, Gerard ter Borch, is exposed. This book is an empathetic retrospective, built on observations that reveal answers to dozens of speculations about his paintings, his wife, his daughters, and contemporaries who were the subjects of his art, and with whom he shared his brief life in Delft. The PDF version of this book includes full color plates of each of the remaining works of Vermeer. The paperback version contains black and white plates of each of his paintings. Researched and written by Lawrence R. Spencer, author and master oil painter who, without training, "remembered" how to paint at the age of 30.< Less
Vermeer: Portraits of A Lifetime By Lawrence R. Spencer
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"Vermeer: Portraits of A Lifetime" is a revolutionary reexamination of the mystique and mythology surrounding the 17th Century Dutch Master painter, Johannes Vermeer. For the first time... More > in over 300 years names of people who posed for his paintings are identified. An unknown portrait of Vermeer, painted by his friend, Gerard ter Borch, is exposed. This book is an empathetic retrospective, built on observations that reveal answers to dozens of speculations about his paintings, his wife, his daughters, and contemporaries who were the subjects of his art, and with whom he shared his brief life in Delft. The PDF version of this book includes full color plates of each of the remaining works of Vermeer. The paperback version contains black and white plates of each of his paintings. Researched and written by Lawrence R. Spencer, author and master oil painter who, without training, "remembered" how to paint at the age of 30.< Less
Vermeer: Portraits of a Lifetime By Lawrence R. Spencer
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"Vermeer: Portraits of A Lifetime" is a revolutionary reexamination of the mystique and mythology surrounding the 17th Century Dutch Master painter, Johannes Vermeer. For the first time... More > in over 300 years names of people who posed for his paintings are identified. An unknown portrait of Vermeer, painted by his friend, Gerard ter Borch, is exposed. This book is an empathetic retrospective, built on observations that reveal answers to dozens of speculations about his paintings, his wife, his daughters, and contemporaries who were the subjects of his art, and with whom he shared his brief life in Delft. Researched and written by Lawrence R. Spencer, author and master oil painter who, without training, "remembered" how to paint at the age of 30.< Less
De familie VERMEER By Wim Vermeer
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De familie VERMEER By Wim Vermeer
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Unkept Promises: The Unpunished Crime of Genocide By Dagmar Vermeer
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Civilians of many backgrounds, classes and ideologies have fallen victim to the crime of genocide: Jews, Muslims, Christians, Blacks, Whites, rich, poor, educated and illiterate etc. It is a crime... More > that breaks through all barriers; ironically, it itself is not prejudice in who it targets. Transcending time, from the days of the crusaders to modern times we have witnessed this crime that remained nameless for so long. In modern times of international cooperation and the pledge for tolerance of all peoples, genocide still plays an active role. The words “never again” have been used on various occasions: amongst which, after the Holocaust, after Rwanda and after Srebrenica. These words however, have remained hollow promises. The lessons and promises after the Holocaust did not help the people of Cambodia; subsequently their legacy did not help those of Rwanda; as theirs is not helping Darfur and so on.< Less
Unkept Promises: The Unpunished Crime of Genocide By Dagmar Vermeer
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Civilians of many backgrounds, classes and ideologies have fallen victim to the crime of genocide: Jews, Muslims, Christians, Blacks, Whites, rich, poor, educated and illiterate etc. It is a crime... More > that breaks through all barriers; ironically, it itself is not prejudice in who it targets. Transcending time, from the days of the crusaders to modern times we have witnessed this crime that remained nameless for so long. In modern times of international cooperation and the pledge for tolerance of all peoples, genocide still plays an active role. The words “never again” have been used on various occasions: amongst which, after the Holocaust, after Rwanda and after Srebrenica. These words however, have remained hollow promises. The lessons and promises after the Holocaust did not help the people of Cambodia; subsequently their legacy did not help those of Rwanda; as theirs is not helping Darfur and so on.< Less