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Some scholars think that Vermeer was trained under Catholic painter Abraham Bloemaert.
John Michael Montias added details on the family from the city archives of Delft in his Artists and Artisans in Delft: A Socio-Economic Study of the Seventeenth Century (1982).On 29 December 1653, Vermeer became a member of the Guild of Saint Luke, a trade association for painters.The guild's records make clear that Vermeer did not pay the usual admission fee.The acquisition of the inn constituted a considerable financial burden.When Vermeer's father died in October 1652, Vermeer took over the operation of the family's art business.Johannes Vermeer was baptized in the Reformed Church on 31 October 1632.
As an apprentice in Amsterdam, Reijnier lived on fashionable Sint Antoniesbreestraat, a street with many resident painters at the time. The couple moved to Delft and had a daughter named Geertruy who was baptized in 1620.
There is some speculation that Carel Fabritius may have been his teacher, based upon a controversial interpretation of a text written in 1668 by printer Arnold Bon.
Art historians have found no hard evidence to support this.
Around this time, Reijnier began dealing in paintings.
In 1631, he leased an inn, which he called "The Flying Fox". In 1641, he bought a larger inn on the market square, named after the Flemish town "Mechelen".
Walter Liedtke in Dutch Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art suggests that it was made for a learned and devout Catholic patron, perhaps for his schuilkerk, or "hidden church".