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Vermeer's masterpiece under permanent house arrest at the Mauritshuis.
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He was installing a major exhibition in Berlin.
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Watermill's high priest discusses nudity, high society, and his generation.
Contractors have been illegally working Sundays to finish the building.
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It will be built alongside a historic wharf used during the slave trade.
Some experts think so.