Jan Steen in Washington

Wilkin, Karen
June 1996
New Criterion;Jun96, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p42
Focuses on painter Jan Steen. Reputation; Career history; Works; Comparison with painter Johannes Vermeer; Episodes depicted in Steen's painting.


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