Marco Simone Bolzoni, Editor Jane Turner, President of the Board Clement C. Moore II, Rosie Razzall, and Maud van Suylen. Photo by Rebecca Howard

We Salute our Ricciardi Prize Winners and Finalists

Third Annual Ricciardi Prize (2021)

Maarten Bassens

Getty Paper Project Fellow, Courtauld Gallery, London

 

Jan Verbeek, a Mechelen Draftsman from the Time of Bruegel

To be published in Master Drawings Volume 59, Issue 2

 

Watch Mr. Bassens present his research at the 2021 Master Drawings New York Symposium

masterdrawings.org/fifth-annual-master-drawings-symposium

Finalists

Marcello Calogero
PhD candidate, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa; Samuel H. Kress pre-doctoral Fellow, Drawings Institute, New York

Drawing Tradition: Malvasia, Alfonso Lombardi and the Use of Models in Bologna

 

Konstantinos Gravanis

PhD candidate, Univ. of Kent, Canterbury, England

Raphael’s Preparatory Drawing of the Great Countess Matilda and the Original Dado in the Stanza dell’Incendio

 

Laurence Schmidlin

Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne

One might say drawn’: Three-dimensional Drawing, Linear Sculpture, and the Concept of Graphic Capacity

Second Annual Ricciardi Prize (2020)

Rosie Razzall

Curator of Prints and Drawings for the Royal Collection Trust (Windsor Castle)

 

Copying Gainsborough: Paul Sandby, Sharing, Sociability and Self-Fashioning

Published in Master Drawings Volume 58, Issue 2

 

Watch Ms. Razall present her research at the 2020 Master Drawings New York Symposium

https://masterdrawings.org/watch-the-2020-symposium-then-and-now/

Finalists

Marco Simone Bolzoni

Curator of Old Master and 19th-century Drawings of the Leon and Debra Black collection, New York

Rome Looking at Venice: Taddeo and Federico Zuccaro and the Artistic Debate on Colorito and Disegno

 

Maud van Suylen

Junior Curator of Drawings at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Drawings of Interiors by Thomas Wijck

First Annual Ricciardi Prize (2019)

Elizabeth A. Eisenberg

PhD Candidate, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

 

A Verrocchio Sculpture as a Source for Leonardo and Raphael: The Evidence of Drawings

Published in Master Drawings Volume 57, Issue 1

https://masterdrawings.org/issue/spring-2019/

 

Watch Ms. Eisenberg present her research at the 2019 Master Drawings New York Symposium

https://masterdrawings.org/watch-the-2019-symposium-master-drawings-the-next-generation/

Finalists

Elizabeth Bernick

Ph.D. Candidate, History of Art, Johns Hopkins University

Drawing Connections: New Discoveries Regarding Cesare da Sesto’s Sketchbook

 

Francesco Guzzetti

Ph.D., Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa
Post-Doctoral Fellow, The Morgan Library & Museum

Writing with the Left Hand is Drawing”: Alighiero Boetti, 1969–70

 

Rosie Razzall

Curator of Prints and Drawings for the Royal Collection Trust (Windsor Castle)

What Lies Beneath”: Infrared Reflectance Imaging of Canaletto’s Drawings

 

Sarah Vowles

Hamish Swanston Curator of Italian and French Prints and Drawings at the British Museum.

New Light on Mantegna’s Triumphs of Caesar