© RKD, The Hague 2017. Reissued 23 September 2020.
How to cite from this publication:
Author, 'Contribution', in: C.R. Johnson Jr. (ed.), Counting Vermeer: Using Weave Maps to Study Vermeer's Canvases, RKD Studies, The Hague (RKD) 2017, § number (URL).
William A. Sethares, 'Automated Creation of Weave Maps’, in: C.R. Johnson Jr. (ed.), Counting Vermeer: Using Weave Maps to Study Vermeer's Canvases, RKD Studies, The Hague (RKD) 2017, § 5.1 (https://countingvermeer.rkdstudies.nl/5-automated-creation-of-weave-maps/51-building-a-model/).
This online publication is launched at the opening of the exhibition Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. The two other venues were at the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin and Musee du Louvre in Paris.
RKD together with the exhibition partners developed a website with information on the relationships between seventeenth-century Dutch genre painters and serves as a research tool for students and scholars around the world: Connect Vermeer.
View of Delft, c. 1660-1663
canvas, oil paint 96.5 x 115.7 cm
lower left : IVM
The Hague, Koninklijk Kabinet van Schilderijen Mauritshuis, inv./cat.nr. 92