With Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer's masterpieces on display in 18 museums in 7 countries, there's no way to see all of his paintings in one place.
But a new augmented-reality feature called Pocket Gallery in the free Google Arts & Culture app lets art fans step into a virtual exhibition space to see and learn about all 36 of Vermeer's paintings up close.
To get the best images for the app's new AR feature, Google used an ultra-high-resolution robotic camera called the Art Camera.
Pocket Gallery includes interviews with art experts who explain the 17th-century artist's work and life. These include Tracy Chevalier, who wrote the best-selling historical novel Girl with a Pearl Earring.
One of the more interesting aspects of the app is that it features one of Vermeer's paintings called The Concert that was famously stolen 28 years ago from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.
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