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Antonia Gatward Cevizli

Course Leader, Semester Program, London

PhD, University of Warwick; MA University of Warwick; BA (Hons), University of Birmingham

Antonia Gatward Cevizli's interests are wide-ranging. In the course of her studies she spent a year at the University of Siena Statale and also lived in Venice. She has lectured on 15th-century Italian art for the VIctoria and Albert Museum, and taught Modern Art from Impressionism to Pop at Sabancı University, Istanbul. She is a gallery lecturer across the collections of Tate Modern and Tate Britain. In addition to Western art, Antonia has a strong interest in the Ottoman Empire and ran the Courtauld Institute summer school Art of the Sultans: Ottoman Art and Architecture for several years.

Antonia Gatward Cevizli
  • Publications


    'Bellini, Bronze and Bombards: Sultan Mehmed II’s Requests Reconsidered’ in Renaissance Studies, 28, n. 5 (2014), 748-765.

    More than a Messenger: Embodied Expertise in Mantuan and Ottoman Envoys in the 1490s’ in Mediterranean Studies, 23 (2014), 166-189.

    ‘Portraits, Turbans and Cuirasses: Material Exchange between Mantua and the Ottomans in the 1490s’ in ‘Global Gifts: The Material Culture of Diplomacy in Early Modern Eurasia’ edited by Zoltán Biedermann, Anne Gerritsen and Giorgio Riello (forthcoming with the University of Cambridge Press)

    ‘Mehmed II, Malatesta and Matteo De’ Pasti: A Match of Mutual Benefit Between the ‘Terrible Turk’ and a ‘Citizen of Hell’ in Renaissance Studies, 31, n. 1 (2017)

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