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Anna Maria van Schurman

(1607-1678), Dutch poet and scholar

Sitter in 7 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
Anna Maria van Schurman had become an honorary member of the Utrecht artists' guild in 1643, but was principally known for her intellectual achievements. The first woman to study at a Dutch university, she was famous for her knowledge of languages, history, poetry, the liberal arts, philosophy, medicine and theology, and for her piety.

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Anna Maria van Schurman, by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, published by  Clemendt de Jonghe, after  Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen) - NPG D28455

Anna Maria van Schurman

by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, published by Clemendt de Jonghe, after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen)
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D28455

Anna Maria van Schurman, after Unknown artist - NPG D28457

Anna Maria van Schurman

after Unknown artist
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D28457

Anna Maria van Schurman, by Jonas Suyderhoef, after  Jan Lievens - NPG D28459

Anna Maria van Schurman

by Jonas Suyderhoef, after Jan Lievens
line engraving, mid to late 17th century
NPG D28459

Anna Maria van Schurman, by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, published by  Clemendt de Jonghe, after  Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen) - NPG D43046

Anna Maria van Schurman

by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, published by Clemendt de Jonghe, after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen)
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D43046

Anna Maria van Schurman, by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, published by  Frederick de Wit, after  Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen) - NPG D43045

Anna Maria van Schurman

by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, published by Frederick de Wit, after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen)
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D43045

Anna Maria van Schurman, by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, after  Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen) - NPG D43047

Anna Maria van Schurman

by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen)
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D43047

Anna Maria van Schurman, by Anna Maria van Schurman - NPG D28458

Anna Maria van Schurman

by Anna Maria van Schurman
etching and line engraving, 1640
NPG D28458

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