Translating Art History from French & Italian into English since 2008

My academic background at the Courtauld Institute, Cambridge University and the University of Florence paved the way for my specialisation in the field of art translation. I have a familiarity with a broad range of periods and artists from classical antiquity to contemporary art.

I place importance on keeping up to date with the art world, ongoing CPD and research, and am a keen visitor to exhibitions and galleries. I am also a member of the Association for Art History.


Published translations I have worked on include:

Inventing Impressionism - Paul Durand-Ruel and the Modern Art Market

ed. Sylvie Patry, National Gallery Publications, London 2015

Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye

ed. Clément Chéroux and Angela Lampe, exhibition catalogue, Tate Modern, London 2012

“A Voyage from Florence to Rome in April 1616: Giulio Parigi's Sketchbook and Archival Documents”

Elisa Spataro, Getty Research Journal, vol. 12, 2020

Portraits Unmasked: The Stories Behind the Faces

Michele Robecchi and Francesca Bonazzoli, Prestel, London 2020

A Victorian Obsession, the Pérez Simón Collection at Leighton House Museum

Véronique Gérard-Powell, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London 2014

Partecipazione/ Beteiligung, Austrian entry: 18th International Venice Architecture Biennale 2023

AKT & Hermann Czech et al., Verlag für moderne Kunst, Vienna 2023

Wolfgang Laib in Florence: Without Time – Without Place – Without Body

Sergio Risalti, Corinna Thierolf & Gerhard Wolf, Hirmer, Munich 2022

Come With Me

Nicola Viceconti, Aspal Press, London 2021. In 2021, I translated my first work of fiction.

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