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At first sight, it is a portrait; however, most arguments prove that it is a tronie. The four surviving heads, all of women, painted by Vermeer have suffered both over-admiration and critical neglect. This also helps to accentuate the facial features and make them as realistic as possible. The separation of form and content is false-an artwork is a piece whole in itself, and is not a conglomeration of different forms and elements when it is complete, but a work of creativity in and of itself. Password Confirm Password confirm is required. Arthur Wheelock, Johannes Vermeerwith contributions by Albert BlankertBen Broos and Jorgen Wadum, Washington, As this girl stares out at the viewer with liquid eyes and parted mouth, she radiates purity, captivating all the gaze upon her. In the earl a sacred meaning is hidden.