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This image released by the J. Paul Getty Museum shows the 17th century oil painting “Woman in Blue Reading a Letter” by Johannes Vermeer. The painting will be on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles for six weeks beginning Feb. 16. Only about three dozen paintings by the Dutch painter are known to exist, so the Getty exhibit is a rare opportunity for Vermeer fans to see one of his works. The painting is on loan from Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum. (AP Photo/J. Paul Getty Museum)

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This image released by the J. Paul Getty Museum shows the 17th century oil painting “Woman in Blue Reading a Letter” by Johannes Vermeer. The painting will be on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles for six weeks beginning Feb. 16. Only about three dozen paintings by the Dutch painter are known to exist, so the Getty exhibit is a rare opportunity for Vermeer fans to see one of his works. The painting is on loan from Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum.  (AP Photo/J. Paul Getty Museum)
This image released by the J. Paul Getty Museum shows the 17th century oil painting “Woman in Blue Reading a Letter” by Johannes Vermeer. The painting will be on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles for six weeks beginning Feb. 16. Only about three dozen paintings by the Dutch painter are known to exist, so the Getty exhibit is a rare opportunity for Vermeer fans to see one of his works. The painting is on loan from Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum. (AP Photo/J. Paul Getty Museum)
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