With Koen Fillet and Leen Kelchtermans, Researcher of The Phoebus Foundation

The portrait of Elisabeth Jordaens may seem charming at first sight, but it also raises many questions. Who was Elisabeth Jordaens? When did her father, the famous Jacob Jordaens, paint her portrait and why does she look like a peasant girl?

In this episode, Jordaens expert Leen Kelchtermans takes you through the story behind the painting and together with her you will discover the surprising answers to these questions. Listen now (in Dutch)!

Jacob Jordaens, Portrait of Elisabeth Jordaens, c.1637-1645

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