Christine Seidel holds a curatorial position in the Old Master’s Department of the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart with a project about historical techniques in Venetian painting. She has previously held fellowships at The Met, the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, and the Museo del Prado in Madrid, where she worked on exhibitions dedicated to Northern European paintings and sculptures of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. She received her doctorate from the Freie Universität Berlin with a study of the illuminator Jean Colombe and the arts in the time of the French king Charles VII.
- Passion of Christ Unknown artist, about 1415–1420
- Portrait of François de Scépeaux François Clouet and Workshop, 1566
- Portrait of a Woman Corneille de Lyon, about 1560–1565
- Portrait of Marie de Guise Workshop of Corneille de Lyon, after 1537
- Portrait of René du Puy du Fou Corneille de Lyon, about 1550
- Portrait of a Cleric Unknown artist, after about 1525