Johannes Vermeer, a Dutch Baroque Period painter. He had some expertise in domiciliary scenes of working-class life. During his lifetime. From his huge collection of paintings just around 36 of his artwork endure, these uncommon works are among the best fortunes on the renowned museums worldwide. Vermeer started his vocation in the mid-1650s by painting enormous scope biblical and fanciful scenes, however, a large portion of his later artwork—the ones for which he is generally celebrated—portrays scenes of everyday life in inside settings.