Sabrina graduated in Art History at the Sapienza University of Rome and went onto complete a postgraduate degree in History of Medieval and Modern Art. Since 1993 she has worked for some of the most important art museums in Rome, such as the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna. She is very active on the publishing side. Her papers and books focus on 19th and 20th century Roman art. She is vice president of Archivio dell'Ottocento Romano, a cultural association pursuing and promoting scholarly research on the Roman artistic production of the XIX century, and curator of Galleria Prencipe, an art gallery where she organizes 19th century and contemporary art exhibitions, but also courses, conferences and lectures led by eminent specialist art historians and archaeologists.
Rossella, originally from Rome, holds a history of art degree from the University of Rome, and a Master's in conservation and cultural management from the University of Siena. She has worked as a researcher, historian and conservator at a number of prestigious institutions around the world, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. In addition to English and Italian, Rossella speaks fluently Spanish and Portuguese. Her interests encompass Restoration to medieval illumination to the effects of time on patina.
Roberta is an art historian and art critic with a degree in Art History from the Sapienza University of Rome and a postgraduate degree from the School of Specialization in Archaeology and Art History at the University of Siena. As an independent curator and journalist, she curates art exhibitions in Italy and abroad. She also collaborates with several publishers including Electa, Mondadori, Poligrafico dello Stato, Editalia, and Rizzoli. Additionally, she is an author of a growing number of books and articles about the art and the history of Rome, Italian art, contemporary art and the history of American art. Through her positions as President of the EOS Cultural Association and a licensed Roman tour guide, she promotes art history and culture in the city of Rome.
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Galleria Borghese, The Rape of Proserpina, Apollo and Daphne, and Sacred and Profane Love
Santa Maria della Vittoria, San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, and Sant'Andrea al Quirinale
Villa Farnesina, Palazzo Farnese, Campo de' Fiori, Palazzo della Cancelleria, and Via Giulia