Elisabetta Covizzi Perfetti

 

is an accredited Italian Art Conservator for wall paintings and murals in Los Angeles with over 25 years of experience in the field of cultural heritage conservation.

She successfully completed studies in Conservation of wall paintings and cultural heritage and currently holds a position as Art Conservator specialist at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Through the years she has collaborated with different Italian and French museums, the Getty Conservation Institute, the Italian Superintendent for Fine Arts, and the Italian Office for Cultural Heritage, just to name a few. In the course of her career, she has worked extensively in various cathedrals, mansions, castles, and private residences both in Italy and France, focusing on fresco and plaster conservation. She has also worked on several after-earthquake emergency art rescue projects for the Italian Governments including fresco detachments and relocation.

Elisabetta Covizzi Perfetti relocated to Los Angeles in 2016 and since then has continued to provide museum-quality conservation services to individuals and other institutions.

Elisabetta has taught several introductory fresco technique classes at accredited art Institutes, inspiring several students to pursue a career in fresco conservation. She has also taught technical lessons on Fresco at the Getty Museum and at Otis college for Art and Design in Los Angeles, CA.

Education

Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence Italy:

Master Degree in Conservation of Wall Paintings and Cultural Heritage

Institute of general Chemistry, Bressanone Italy:

History and technology of plaster

Politecnico di Milano, Milan Italy:

Conservation and diagnostic Techniques


Universita’ di Bressanone, Bressanone Italy:

Organization and Planning of conservation Sites