Astrid Harth is a postdoctoral fellow of the Research Foundation - Flanders at Ghent University. She studied Art History and Paintings Conservation and obtained her PhD on the practice of copying in early Netherlandish painting at Ghent University in 2021. In 2019, she was a Chester Dale Fellow at the Department of European Paintings of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC). She is a member of the Ghent interdisciplinary Centre for Art and Science (GICAS), which concentrates on the art-historical study of material aspects of artistic artefacts. She published on artistic production in early modern Europe and on the interdisciplinary study of the arts and sciences by using imaging and analytical techniques. Her publications include articles in JCR-listed journals as well as essay contributions to internationally acclaimed exhibition catalogues, including Dürer’s Journeys. Travels of a Renaissance Art. In the coming years, Astrid Harth plans to conduct research on the significance of the 1550 overpaint campaign of the Van Eyck brothers’ renowned Ghent Altarpiece.