About: Anne Woollett

I'm curator of paintings at the J. Paul Getty Museum, specializing in Dutch and Flemish art. I prepared the installation of Johannes Vermeer, Woman in Blue Reading a Letter and curated the exhibition Drama and Devotion: Heemskerck's Ecce Homo Altarpiece from Warsaw, both currently on view at the Getty Center.

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Getty Voices: The Power of Vermeer

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Vermeer’s newly arrived Woman in Blue Reading a Letter seems calmly at home in our galleries—but introduces a distinctive new presence. More»

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      A 500-year-old watercolor of a beetle by Albrecht Dürer inspired this oversized artwork by John Baldessari.


      Top is Albrecht Dürer’s Stag Beetle from 1505; lower two feature John Baldessari’s Specimen (After Dürer) © 2000 John Baldessari

      05/21/15

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