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Using the careers of Jan van Eyck, Diego Velazquez, and Jan Vermeer discuss the changes in an artist’s training and in art production / the art market from the 15th to the 17th centuries.

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    You'd need to look up each of these artists at www.google.com and then make comparison/contrast charts, focusing on how artists were trained and what they produced.

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