PhD, University of Warwick
MA University of Warwick
BA (Hons), University of Birmingham
Antonia Gatward Cevizli's primary specialism is the Italian Renaissance with particular focus on cultural-exchange between Italy and the Islamic world. In the course of her studies she spent a year at the University of Siena Statale and also lived in Venice. However, her interests are wide-ranging. 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 worked as a gallery lecturer across the collections of Tate Modern and Tate Britain for a number of years. 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.