Angelina Giovani is an art historian and provenance researcher based in London. She has an undergraduate degree in Art History from the American College of Greece and an MA in Art Appraisal from Kingston University, London. She is a graduate of the program in Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection Studies run by ARCA (Association for Research into Crimes Against Art) in Amelia, Italy as well as the Provenance Research Training Program (PRTP) workshops in Zagreb, Vilnius and Rome. In 2013, Angelina organised the first Art Colloquium in Athens, Greece that addressed the issue of antiquities looting and WWII forced sales. During the past five years she has worked for the Jeu de Paume database documenting the Cultural Plunder by the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg, acted as Head of Provenance Research for a bespoke Family Office Art Advisory and advised financial institutions on due diligence guidelines and ethical collecting. She now works with private collectors, museums and the art trade to help them reconstruct the narratives behind works of art, while simultaneously acting as an Art Business Mentor for Finito. In 2020, Angelina was appointed as a Provenance Research Specialist at CAfA- Court of Arbitration for Art, Hague and in 2022 she launched the Collections Provenance Rating, an innovative tool that helps assess the state of documentation of art collections. She is currently working on her first book on the life and work of British artist Christopher Bledowski.