Immerse yourself in Elisabetta Sirani’s The Holy Family with Saints Elizabeth and John the Baptist (around 1650-1660). Listen to three informed perspectives on the print.
dr babette bohn
Dr Babette Bohn is Professor of Art History at Texas Christian University. She has published widely on the artists of early modern Bologna, including books on Guido Reni, Ludovico Carracci, and Federico Barocci. In recent years, she has focused in particular on the women artists of Bologna, who form the subject of her most recent book entitled Women Artists, their Patrons, and their Publics in Early Modern Bologna (Penn State University Press: 2021).
Rebecca Cowan is an award-winning printmaker and book artist living in Kingston, ON. Her work has been exhibited extensively in Canada, as well as internationally in the United States, India, Korea and Australia. Following studies in theatre design at Ryerson University and English Literature at York University, she trained at Toronto School of Art. There she fell in love with printmaking, which continues to be her primary medium.
dr suzanne van de meerendonk
Dr Suzanne van de Meerendonk is the Bader Curator of European Art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen’s University. She is a specialist of early modern European art, in particular Dutch art of the seventeenth century.