One of only 36 paintings known to be by Vermeer, this calm, gently lit room in Delft is here to explore.
Zoom in online to see the row of Delft tiles up close, the detail of her pearl necklace, and the silky sheen of her dress.
Watch that cup!
A tender moment at breakfast beautifully drawn in pastel by Liotard.
Look in the open drawer; the sheet of music has more than just notes...
Concentration and a lot of patience are the order of the day here.
Taking it steadily one card at a time.
Painting in a white dress - really?!
Manet may have taken some license with Eva's dress and the already framed painting.
It's an encouraging scene though; Manet's one and only formal pupil - a female artist - working away on her still life.
What could be more ordinary than brushing our hair?
Degas paints this moment in an extraordinary way. It's unfinished; a snapshot, painted sketchily with a striking red-toned palette.
He leaves it up to us to guess whether the girl's gesture shows pain or relaxation.