Daniel Godfrey

A curator of prints and drawings, Daniel Godfrey graduated in History of Art and Italian from University College London in 1998. He spent the academic year 1994 to 95 at Università degli Studi di Federico II in Naples. Since 2011 he has worked on a private collection of German Romantic prints and drawings, co-editing two catalogues to exhibitions of the collection: Wahlverwandtschafen. Eine englische Privatsammlung zur Kunst der Goethezeit at the Klassik Stiftung Weimar in 2013; and German Romantic prints and drawings from an English private collection at the British Museum in 2011. He earlier collaborated on a number of exhibitions of Renaissance drawings in the British Museum, including Fra Angelico to Leonardo: Italian Renaissance Drawings (2010) and Closer to the Master. Michelangelo Drawings (2005).  He gives regular talks and guides to art, including a lecture course on German Romanticism in 2016, and a talk on the nineteenth-century rediscovery of Botticelli, given at the Berlin Gemäldegalerie’s Botticelli Renaissance exhibition in 2015. Among his most recent publications is a piece in last June’s The Art Newspaper on Michelangelo’s bronzes. He also works as an editor and translator of art historical texts from Italian and German.



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