Linnéa Rollenhagen Tilly is the holder of a doctorate in art history. She has published a dozen articles and a book on French-Swedish exchanges in the world of construction during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, as well as a monograph on Carl Johan Cronstedt. Her research focuses on the networks and ties between families across generations, as well as on transfers and the adaptation of models between the two cultures. Her publications include:
“Carl-Johan Cronstedt in Paris (1732-1735): Education, Purchases and Contacts,” Art Bulletin of Nationalmuseum, vol. 15, 2008, p. 101-108; “French Bridge Drawings in the Cronstedt Collection,” Art Bulletin of Nationalmuseum, vol. 19, 2012, p. 137-144; in collaboration with Linda Hinners and Anne-Sophie Michel, “Paris à Stockholm. Des échanges franco-suédois de la fin du xviie siècle au milieu du xviie siècle,” Bulletin de la Société de l’histoire de Paris et l’Île-de-France, 139th year (2012), 2014, p. 59-78; “De maître maçon à architecte : Simon et Jean de La Vallée en Suède,” in Olga Medvedkova, ed., Les Européens : ces architectes qui ont conçu l’Europe (1450-1950) (Paris: Peter Lang, 2017), p. 107-127.