Fri 10 October 2008, The Independent

View of delft (1660) By Johannes Vermeer

By Tom Lubbock
There are works in which a single detail steals the show. Leonardo's Mona Lisa is famous for that smile. Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam is famous for those hands. And Vermeer's View of Delft – well, not quite so famous. But among readers of Proust, at least, the painting can't be recalled without a mention of one particular bit.
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