Girl with a Pearl Earring

My version of the world famous girl of Johannes Vermeer was exhibitid in the Mauritshuis . If you wish, you can have her at home as well!

Most beautiful pieces of Art of my Girl with the Pearl Earring

Wall print orders will be with you within a week.

The scarves are made to order, please be patient for a month!

  • 10 Prints on pearl A5 paper double-sided. Text with fun-facts on the inside
  • Luxury scarf: choice of silk and transparent eco cotton chiffon
  • Art in the house: the girl on velvet, aluminum or plexiglass
  • All products shipped for free within the Netherlands
  • Eco-friendly products
  • Easy payment with Mollie



Wall Art

The Pearl has been a beloved jewel for thousands of years, a rare and precious gift of nature. Formed in the oyster or mussel, emerged from the depths of the sea floor. Today, the pearl is experiencing a rebirth, with its serene beauty, this natural gem gives a powerful message.

Over the centuries, many portraits were made of aristocrats and influential people, in which the pearl played an important role. It demonstrated their privatized elite status and represented power and wealth. The most famous portrait is “Girl with the Pearl Earring” (1665) by Vermeer. After being temporarily loaned to the Rijksmuseum this year, she is back in the Mauritshuis in The Hague. Very special that the very simplicity of the girl in this painting has become so world-famous. She has a fascinating appeal.

A pearl symbolizes Purity, Love and Wisdom. And because the pearl is a rare natural creation, it also represents Strength, Prosperity and Protection.

In Greek mythology, pearls are also called the Tears of Happiness of Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love. Originating in the hidden darkness of the shell, the pearl is also seen as the Light in Darkness.

“I love what you do and how you do it. You inspire me and I follow you!”

– Angela Baker

“Jouw bruisende persoonlijkheid is weerspiegeld in je kleurrijke en sfeervolle (kunst)werken.”

– Bert Groenewoud

“Ik ben trots dat jouw prachtige werk hier mag hangen!”

– Marco di Giorgi