The Lacemaker was also translated The Lacing Girl, or Lace Worker. The Lacemaker was Johannes Vermeer’s outstanding work and also one of his representative works. The painting described the concentrated and peaceful eye look of a lace worker in the poetic style, with a lyrical mood to give people the enjoyment of the beauty. The difference between Vermeer and contemporary painters was that he used the extreme, and even trembling sensitivity to express the light and like using two kinds of colors such as blue and yellow to form very harmonious color tone. The special light in his works was actually made by a new technique. This technique relied in the optical experiment, but mainly relied on the observation, and delicate osmotic reflection of sense of color. He specially captured the bright color with small pearly highlights constituting the object contour. The focal length in the painting was distributed, therefore it appeared to be calm and objective.
The Lacemaker showed that the serious girl was the most beautiful. If looking carefully, you will follow the light to see the girl’s fingers constantly acting as a go-between with line, and you’ll notice her hair on the both sides up and loose. It will be very natural that you will dance with this painting which was an eternal one turning the instant moment into forever scene. The girl dressed in yellow and the blue cushion gave people warm on the one hand, and making people enjoy the simple beauty of daily life on the other.