Sarah Ana Seligman studies seventeenth-century painting and printmaking with a focus in France. Her dissertation titled “Visions of Sacrifice: Painting Religious History in Seventeenth century France,” examines the relationship between religion, antiquarian culture, and painterly practice in the work of François de Nomé, Sébastien Bourdon, and Charles Le Brun.
Sarah Ana 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, she worked in art restoration, and later held curatorial internships in the Rijksmuseum Print Room in Amsterdam (2013), and the Museé Carnevalet in Paris(2021).