《花边女工》（The Lacemaker）这幅画说明了：认真的女孩最美丽。你仔细瞧，你一定随着光线看到女孩的手指不断用线穿针引线，再者你会注意到他两边的头发一边整肃，一边松散。 就是这么自然而然的你会随着画而起舞。 这又是将瞬间凝止为永恒之作了。 黄衣服的少女，和在旁的蓝色座垫，给人温暖之余，让人平静享受日常生活之简单美。
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The lace maid is an oil painting by Johannes vermeer, the great Dutch custom painter of the 17th century. Poetic way to describe a woman knitting lace that kind of focus and calm expression, with a lyrical sentiment to the beauty of the enjoyment
The lace maid is vermeer's excellent work and one of his representative works. In a poetic way, the painting describes the focused and peaceful expression of a woman weaving lace, and gives people a beautiful enjoyment with a lyrical sentiment. Vermeer differed from his contemporaries in his extreme, even tremulous, sensitivity to light, preferring a harmonious palette of blue and lemon yellow. The special sense of light in his work is actually achieved by a new technique. This technique relies in part on optical experimentation, but mostly on observation and an intuitive sense of subtle color penetrations. His method of capturing color and brightness is quite special, with tiny pearly highlights forming the outline of the object, and the focal length evenly distributed in the work, thus appearing calm and objective.
This painting, "The Lacemaker," suggests that The most beautiful girl is The conscientious one. If you look carefully, you must have seen the girl's fingers threading the needle with the light, and you would have noticed that the two sides of her hair were loosened and straightened at the same time. It's natural that you dance to the painting. This is the moment to stop for eternity. The girl in yellow dress, and the blue cushion beside her, give people warmth and let them enjoy the simple beauty of daily life calmly.
Author's brief introduction
Vermeer (1632--1675) was a Dutch custom painter. Depict the daily life of city small property person leisurely and easy more, character and indoor display union are clever, be good at using colour to show dimensional feeling, simple sense and the effect of light. Her main works include the woman who pours milk and the scene of the delft.