Artist[ edit ] Johannes Vermeer was born in in DelftHolland. A major stepping point in Vermeer's career was in when he joined the Guild of Saint Luke as a master and professional painter. Vermeer painted at a somewhat leisure pace, producing two to three paintings a year and there are 35 known to exist today. Vermeer's work shows that he was most likely a fan of the camera obscuraas parts are in focus as others slightly blur.
In evolutionary biology, the term cuckold is also applied to males who unwittingly invest parental effort in offspring that are not genetically their own. The term cuckold is derived from a bird's mis-directed parental investment of effort to the eggs that cuckoo birds have laid in their nests.
See Cuckold Theoretics A story about a husband whose unfaithful wife slowly transforms him into womanhood - starting with the dressing him up, then making him wear make up, then forcing him to stay at home and do all the housework, and finally persuading him to make more permanent changes to his body For the next few weeks I encouraged my crossdressing husband to think of our new arrangement as normal.
He did everything as usual, but as a woman. Most evenings he'd report that there were no problems, people seemed to assume that's what he was. He awoke each morning already quite pretty, thanks to Doreen's facial dyes, but we performed our half-hour beauty routines together anyhow.
He needed extra time with his hairdo, and while he fussed I told him little tales from my own girlhood, about different exciting first tries of grown-up things like bras and lipstick, about prepping for dates, things like that, so he could share my girlhood, not having had one of his own.
We had a lovely time, chatting together like two girls or perhaps one girl and one crossdressing sissy anywhere about almost everything.
Except about men -- men who did I was sleeping with, men with whom I was cuckolding my sweet hubby. Then we'd have breakfast and I'd be off for the office, leaving my sissy crossdresserto do his own things.
We'd always shared the housework, but sincehe had more time available, he took it all over, as he had lastsummer too. He spent a lot of time working in his study. Iguessed it was on his "I was a woman for three months" project.
Ihoped so, because that would give his new life legitimacy in hisown eyes. He was no longer my mildly whimsical, lightly ironic, even-temperedhubby. As a sissy crossdresser maid, his moods varied.
Some mornings he'd awaken a littlesolemn, maybe mournful, maybe impatient, though he never saidanything. I could tell because in that mood he'd never volunteerto share stories about his day, only answer me listlessly, and he'dapply his make-up as if it were a boring routine, not an artfulhonor.
Those mornings he'd always get a pill before I left forwork, if it wasn't a Saturday when I knew Doreen would be feedinghim one anyhow. I'd tell him to relax by gardening, to put on hisflared shorts and a halter and get into the sunshine and fresh airand cultivate our flower beds.
That he had nice legs, especiallynow that they were waxed smooth and Doreen's treatments had madetheir skin so soft, that he should show them off more.Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid. 37 likes. Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid is a painting by the Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer, completed in.
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While a maidservant stares out of a window, her mistress writes a letter. In the foreground on the floor, lie a red seal, a stick of sealing wax and an object which is probably a letter-writing manual, often used for personal correspondence at the time.
Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid is a painting by the Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer, completed in – and held in the National Gallery of Ireland. The work shows a middle-class woman attended by a housemaid who is presumably acting as messenger and go-between for the lady and her lover.
Mistress and Maid (c) is a painting produced by Johannes Vermeer, now in the Frick Collection in New York City. The work of Johannes Vermeer, also known as Jan, is well known for many characteristics that are present in this painting.
The use of yellow and blue, female models, and domestic scenes are all signatures of Vermeer. Jul 02, · Dr Adriaan Waiboer, Curator of Dutch and Northern European Art at the National Gallery of Ireland talks about Vermeer's painting, 'Lady writing a Letter, with her Maid'.