After thousands of years of silence, the Renaissance discourse and interaction was a beginning of feminine creations. Depicting a Renaissance female poet is not simply a painting, but is rather recording a historical moment in which a woman has been able to make her voice audible for a world defined in a masculine manner. The existence of such similarities between the European woman in the Renaissance age and contemporary Iranian woman caused me to rediscover the contemporary condition of Iranian women with the inspiration from the Renaissance women’s portraits.
Discovering the nature of woman in her pioneering and recognizing her vulnerability in her historical-political restriction caused me to consider the contemporary women of my society as pioneers in thought creation as of women of the Renaissance age by making a link in between and approaching the intertextual and interhistorical atmospheres.
Undoubtedly, in addition to some aspects of dissociation that separate ages from one another, there are some associations too that interlink various ages in human history.
This representation has more focused on similarities than dissimilarities.