Ezio Levi D'Ancona (Mantova 1884 – Boston 1941), father: emigrated to the USA in 1939, where he died in 1941.
Flora Aghib D’Ancona (Livorno 1895 - Florence 1982), mother: emigrated to the USA in 1939 with her husband. She returned to Italy in 1950.
Antonio Giacomo Levi D'Ancona (1917 - Florence 1986), brother: sought refuge in Switzerland in January 1944, he returned to Italy after Liberation.
Mario Vivaldo Ernesto Levi D'Ancona (Florence 1921 - Campinas, Brazil, 2009), brother: emigrated to the USA in 1940, moved to Brazil in 1949; engineer and entrepreneur, he never returned to Italy.
Pier Lorenzo Arturo Levi D'Ancona (Florence 1926), brother: sought refuge in Switzerland in January 1944, he returned to Italy after Liberation.
Viviano Ludovico Emanuele Levi D'Ancona (Florence 1937), brother: sought refuge in Switzerland in January of 1944, returned to Italy after Liberation, emigrated to the USA in 1946 with Mirella; returned to Italy with his mother in 1950.
Jewish organizations in Switzerland
Private education; classical high school Giambattista Vico in Naples.
Università di Firenze
Return to Italy
Emigration to the USA
Assistant of Richard Offner (Vienna 1889 - Borgo San Lorenzo, Italy, 1965); PhD in Art History at the Institute of Fine arts of the City University of New York (CUNY); lecturer, from 1972 full professor of Art History at the Institute of Fine arts of CUNY.