PhD Student

PhD program:: XXXVIII

supervisor: Prof. Marco Ruffini

Research: Vasari and the Teoriche: the writing of the first edition of the Lives between Rome and Florence

Benedetta Delle Cave (Rome, 1996) trained at Sapienza - University of Rome, obtaining in 2019 the Bachelor's Degree in Historical-Artistic Studies and in 2021 the Master Degree in Art History (under the supervision of Prof. Marco Ruffini), both with full marks and honours. In 2018 and 2021, she won the “Path of Excellence”, a university program that aims to enhance the training of particularly worthy students. In 2021 she was admitted to School of Specialization in Historical-Artistic Heritage at Sapienza - University of Rome.
In October 2022 she won a scholarship for the XXXVIII cycle of the PhD in Art History, with a project dedicated to "Vasari and the Teoriche: the writing of the first edition of the Lives between Rome and Florence."
Since November 2022, she is subject expert in History of Art Criticism (L-ART/04).
During her formation, she collaborated with the Pinacoteca Capitolina (January-April 2019), working on restoration documentation, and with the Biblioteca dell'Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei e Corsiniana (February-April 2021), where she studied the Museo Capitolino annotated exemplar, edited by Giovanni Gaetano Bottari. She is currently collaborating with the Museo di Roma - Palazzo Braschi, with a research on the engravings on the Papal Possesso in the Eighteenth century.

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