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Anna Maria Van Schurman


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Anna Maria Van Schurman

Anna Maria Van Schurman was a true pioneer in the field of design and art. She was an early advocate for the education of women, using her talents in writing, drawing, and printmaking to create works that were renowned for their attention to detail and technique. Her most famous works include the ‘Self Portrait with Scholar’s Cap’, the ‘Portrait of Constantijn Huygens’ and the ‘Portrait of Maria van Oosterwijck’. Her works serve as a reminder to modern-day designers to strive for excellence and create beautiful pieces that will stand the test of time. Van Schurman’s works have been a great source of inspiration for modern-day designers, and her legacy continues to be celebrated today.

Anna Maria Van Schurman, 17th century, polymath, Accademia degli Infiammati, art, creativity, design.

Federica Costa

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Anna Maria Van Schurman

Anna Maria Van Schurman was a pioneering female artist and scholar of the 17th century whose works continue to be celebrated today. She was an early advocate for the education of women, and her works are renowned for their attention to detail, technique, and subject matter. She was a polymath, with talents in writing, drawing and printmaking, and she was a member of the Accademia degli Infiammati, a prominent intellectual circle of Amsterdam. Her most famous works include the ‘Self Portrait with Scholar’s Cap’, the ‘Portrait of Constantijn Huygens’ and the ‘Portrait of Maria van Oosterwijck’. Van Schurman’s works have been a great source of inspiration for modern-day designers, particularly in terms of the beauty and detail of her works. Her legacy is a reminder to designers to strive for excellence and to create beautiful works that will stand the test of time.

Anna Maria Van Schurman, Dutch artist, Accademia degli Infiammati, polymath, 17th century.

Claudia Rossetti

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Anna Maria Van Schurman

Anna Maria van Schurman was a pioneering female artist and scholar of the 17th century. She was a polymath, with talents in writing, drawing and printmaking, which she used to advocate for the education of women. Her works are renowned for their attention to detail, technique and subject matter, and include the 'Self Portrait with Scholar's Cap', the 'Portrait of Constantijn Huygens' and the 'Portrait of Maria van Oosterwijck'. Van Schurman also had a prominent role in the intellectual circle of Amsterdam, and was a member of the Accademia degli Infiammati. Her legacy continues to be celebrated today, and her works are a great source of inspiration for modern-day designers.

Anna Maria Van Schurman, 17th century artist, polymath, Accademia degli Infiammati, Dutch artist.

Eleonora Barbieri

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Anna Maria Van Schurman

Anna Maria van Schurman was a remarkable Dutch artist known for her talent in writing, drawing, and printmaking. Highly renowned for her talent, she was also a learned female intellectual living in the 1600s, a time of great male scholar domination. She was a strong advocate for education and also a member of the intellectual circle of Amsterdam. Her works are held in high esteem today, known for their attention to detail, technique, and subject matter. Her works include the Self Portrait with Scholar's Cap, the Portrait of Constantijn Huygens and the Portrait of Maria van Oosterwijck.

Art, Dutch, Golden Age, Amsterdam, Painter, Printmaking, Women, Poetry, Scholar.

Giovanna Mancini

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