PhD Student

PhD program:: XXXVI

supervisor: prof. Alessandro Zuccari


Ettore Giovanati (Sanremo, 1994) obtained a three-year degree in conservation of cultural heritage at the University of Genoa, and then continued his studies at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, where he obtained a master's degree, with honors, in Archeology and History of Art, with a thesis on Luca Cambiaso's drawings kept in the Drawings Department of the Castello Sforzesco in Milan (supervisor: prof. Alessendro Rovetta; co-advisor: prof. Alessia Alberti).
He was the winner of one of the scholarships offered by the Roberto Longhi Foundation of Florence, with a research project that allowed him to deepen the Genoese drawing of the sixteenth century, in particular the sheets attributed to Luca Cambiaso from the florentine fund of the Uffizi, and of deal with reference figures in the field of graphics such as Prof. Simonetta Prosperi Valenti Rodinò and Drs Catherine Monbeig Goguel and Giulia Fusconi.
His interests mainly focus on the study of drawing and painting in northern Italy, specifically in the Ligurian and Lombard area, between the second half of the 16th century and the fourth decade of the following one.
He is currently a doctoral student at the "La Sapienza" University of Rome with a research entitled: "Lombard drawing in the Borromean age. Artists, workshops and collectors".

Research products

11573/1680952 - 2023 - Un disegno da Scipione Pulzone e una tela spagnola di Giovanni Battista Ricci da Novara
Giovanati, Ettore - 01a Articolo in rivista
paper: ARTE CRISTIANA (Milano: Scuola beato angelico) pp. 442-447 - issn: 0004-3400 - wos: (0) - scopus: (0)

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