Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring is without doubt one of the most popular fine art replicas that we’re asked to paint. Orignally painted in 1665, the Girl with a Pearl Earring permanently resides in the Mauritshuis museum in the The Hague.
Girl with a Pearl Earring is not a portrait but a tronie, a Dutch term for a character or type of person. It’s not meant to portray her or a specific person unlike Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa for example; even if her enigmatic smile has made art historians drawn comparisons between them both.
Take a look at our Girl with a Pearl Earring Replica. We have aged it!
The Replica Girl with a Pearl Earring on the left is our unaged replica painting and the one on the right we’ve aged.
Photos taken by our art restorer of him ageing our oil on canvas replica
How much do you charge for your Girl with a Pearl Earring Replica?
The original dimensions of the Girl with a Pearl Earring are: 44cm x 39cm and we would charge £295 for a hand painted oil replica of this.
The art ageing service would be £125.
The Stretching: £75
Everything we do is custom made so if you wanted different dimensions then that would not be a problem and of course we do offer a framing service.
Can I buy this now / Do you have this is stock?
Yes currently The Girl with a Pearl Earring is in stock.
Do you have a question?
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