PhD Student; Renaissance Art, AH 210Teaching Fellow

Danarenae Donato is a PhD student studying early modern Italian art. Within this period, she is interested in the reception of antiquity, art and pilgrimage, and global artistic and cultural exchange, including that of the applied arts. She received her BA in Art History and Classics and a minor in Italian Studies from Bucknell University in 2016. In 2020, she earned her MA in the History of Art and Archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Danarenae’s internships range from numerous positions in the Pascack Historical Society in New Jersey to the curatorial department of The Frick Collection in New York City.

Research Interests:

  • Early Modern Italian Art
  • Reception of Antiquity
  • Global Intersections in Visual and Material Culture

Fundraising co-Coordinator, Graduate Student History of Art & Architecture Association

Forum Co-Coordinator, Graduate Student History of Art & Architecture Association