Sarah Ana Seligman studies seventeenth-century art and art theory in Europe, with a focus on painting, printmaking, and architectural history. She received her B.A. from Smith College (2014) and her M.A.R. from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music (2016). Prior to joining the doctoral program at Yale, Sarah Ana worked in art restoration; she first trained in Bologna Italy (2008-2009), and later held a curatorial internship in the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum Print Room (2013), where her work was published in the exhibition catalogue Home and Abroad Dutch and Flemish Landscape Drawings from the John and Marine van Vlissingen Art Foundation (1650-1656).