About Louisa
Louisa is an art historian who obtained her B.A. at the Courtauld Institute, where she specialized in Venetian art and the Italian medieval and Renaissance periods. In 2000, she earned her M.A. from the University of Warwick in Venetian Renaissance art, although she specialized particularly in medieval Venetian art and sculpture. She has worked as an English teacher to students of all ages, as well as a translator for cultural and artistic publications on historic and contemporary art in Venice, for institutions such as the Fondazione Querini Stampalia and the Island of San Servolo. She has also worked as a simultaneous translator for the Italian Military on cultural tours of Venice for English American delegations and aboard cultural cruise ships as a lecturer on Venetian art, architecture and history. She is a keen art lover and although untrained in contemporary art greatly enjoy following it through the Biennale and with temporary art exhibitions held in the city.
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