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Definition of Procuress

Procuress
Procuress Pro*cur"ess, n. A female procurer, or pander.

Meaning of Procuress from wikipedia

- Procuring in art The Procuress by Dirck van Baburen, 1622 The procuress by Jan G. van Bronckhorst, 1636–1638 At the procuress, by Jan van Bijlert, second...
- The Procuress may refer to: The Procuress (Cranach) The Procuress (Dirck van Baburen) The Procuress (Vermeer)...
- The Procuress is a 1656 oil-on-canvas painting by the 24-year-old Johannes Vermeer. It can be seen in the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister in Dresden. It is...
- The Procuress is an oil-on-panel painting by the German Renaissance painter Lucas Cranach the Elder. The Procuress was painted in 1548, in Germany. The...
- The Procuress is the name given to a number of similar paintings by the Dutch Golden Age painter Dirck van Baburen. The painting is in the Caravaggiesque...
- in the BBC One television serie Fake or Fortune? that the painting The Procuress in the Courtauld's collection – a version of a 1622 work by Dirck van...
- to a London court in 1885 during the prosecution of brothel madam and procuress Mary Jeffries that had been written by a girl white slaved to a French...
- such as musicians and cardplayers. One of his best-known works is The Procuress (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston). It depicts a man offering a coin for the...
- (in French) Luminous Procuress. Archived 12 March 2017 at the Wayback Machine The Worldwide Celluloid M****acre Luminous Procuress 2. www.chicagoreader...
- of which 34 have survived. Only three Vermeer paintings are dated: The Procuress (1656; Gemäldegalerie, Dresden); The Astronomer (1668; Musée du Louvre...
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