Stefano Zuffi is an art historian with a specialization in museums and museology. He works with museums, institutions, and associations to curate exhibits and develop cultural initiatives. He has written essays and specialized studies of Renaissance and Baroque painting and numerous volumes on art history translated and sold in many countries around the world. He has worked on Veneto: Art, Architecture and Landscape (2005), Cats in Art (2007), Dogs in Art (2008), Art & the Zodiac (2009), Milan: A City of Art (2010), and How to Read Renaissance Art (2010). He serves as consulting editor for several well-known publications.