Ludovico Geymonat, Ph.D.

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Ludovico Geymonat, 1996, Laurea in Lettere Moderne (summa cum laude) at the Università di Torino with the thesis Gli Affreschi della Cappella del Crocifisso nella chiesa di San Zan Degolà a Venezia. 2006, Ph.D. in Art and Archaeology at Princeton University with the dissertation The Parma Baptistery and Its Pictorial Program. 2003–2005, adjunct professor of medieval art at the Università di Milano. 2005–2006, Associate Research Scholar at the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America at Columbia University. 2006–2007, Jane and Morgan Whitney Fellow at the Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2007–2011, Lecturer at Columbia University Summer Term. 2007–2008, Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Iowa. 2008–2010, Visiting Lecturer at the University of California, Davis. 2010–2011, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome.

Publikationen (OPAC-Recherche)

Publications

»The Syntax of Spolia in Byzantine Thessalonike«, in Approaches to Byzantine Architecture and its Decoration: Studies in Honor of Slobodan Ćurčić, ed. by Mark J. Johnson, Robert Ousterhout and Amy Papalexandrou, Farnham 2012, 47–66.

»Apocalypse Drawing«, in M. Holcomb, Pen and Parchment: Drawing in the Middle Ages (Metropolitan Museum of Art, June 02 – August 23, 2009), New York 2009, 130–133.

»Un Erode veneziano al Metropolitan«, in Per Giovanni Romano: scritti di amici, ed. by G. Agosti, G. Dardanello, G. Galante Garrone, A. Quazza, Savigliano (Cuneo) 2009, 90–91.

»I palazzi di Venezia«, in Venezia e le sue lagune. Patrimonio dell’Umanità, dialogo di culture: quale futuro?, ed. by C. Preziuso, Rome 2008 (DVD).

»Parma 1233: pittura e iconografia in un battistero gotico«, in L’arte medievale nel contesto, 300–1300: funzioni, iconografia, tecniche, ed. by P. Piva, Milan 2006, 509–515, 524–526.

»Stile e contesto: gli affreschi di San Zan Degolà a Venezia«, in Venezia e Bisanzio. Aspetti della cultura artistica bizantina da Ravenna a Venezia (V-XIV secolo), ed. by C. Rizzardi, Venice 2005, 513–579.

»A Closer Look at Two Early Italian Painted Panels«, Record of The Art Museum Princeton University, 59 (2000), 50–55.

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