Claudia Daniotti is an art historian and researcher specializing in Italian Renaissance art with an emphasis on the classical tradition and the transmission of visual motifs from antiquity to present times. She holds a PhD from The Warburg Institute, London, and a BA (Hons) and MA in the History of Art from the Ca’ Foscari University, Venice. Currently a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick, she was a Visiting and Associate Lecturer in Renaissance and Baroque to Neoclassical Art at Buckingham and Bath Spa Universities (2016–19), a Teaching Assistant at the Warburg Institute (2014), and worked for three years at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art as an Education and Exhibition Assistant (2008–11). Daniotti has published extensively on the classical tradition and fourteenth- to eighteenth-century art. Her first monograph, which considers the reception of the myth of Alexander the Great in Renaissance Italian art, will be published in 2021.