Tim's Veermeer Film Analysis

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Tim’s Vermeer
Tim’s Vermeer is a documentary film. It is about the struggle of a man to recreate a painting of Vermeer by seeing a rebuilding of the studio of Vermeer through a mirror arrangement. Tim Jenison got the encouragement from David Hockney’s theory that painters used visual strategies to accomplish their fascinating quality and established a double-mirror version of the camera lucida. He spent approximately 130 days to create a perfect and flawless imitation of Vermeer’s music lesson. He finally reached to the conclusion that the double mirror technique is a practical clarification for the distinctively lifelike painting style of Vermeer (Howard). The documentary displays how a Texas established creator named Tim Jenison tried to unravel one of the extreme secrecies in art. The documentary explains that how Tim Vermeer accomplished so much by painting a scene so good that it looked like an actual photo 150 years before they invented photography. Tim Jenison arranged a simple research to test the idea that he had in mind. He does not know how to paint but in a few hours he
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The line between art and technology is unclear. In this time period, both of them are united. Now artists use technology to create distinctive avenues and also to express themselves fully. It is true that Tim has created almost the similar picture and proved the use of technology in Vermeer’s picture but the thing is his painting does not have the elegance of the original. It seems very unrealistic and it needs the beautiful finishing that you would find in Vermeer’s paintings. Technology can be used to give finer touch to the art but it cannot bring realistic touch in it. Vermeer’s paintings are more natural and Tim’s is bit plastic. Technology is straight and art is flexible and it allows interpretations. Same is the difference we find in the work of Vermeer and

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