Jan de Hond, Amélie Couvrat Desvergnes, Leila Sauvage, Forough Sajadi and Paolo D’ Imporzano


After two years of research (on and off), I am so proud to announce that our article is eventually out in the Rijksmuseum Bulletin. It has been a long journey with many investigations, analysis, thinking and discussions, but I am really glad to have worked with Jan de Hond, Leila Sauvage, Forough Sajadi and Paolo D’ Imporzano, to eventually produce such a complete paper. If you wish to know more about an intriguing Isfahan style painting found in a Dutch 17th century composite album by Gesina ter Borch, one of the only female artist in the Low Countries, please find here.

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