Friday 14th November
Research Lunch

Chloe Kroeter
(Watts Gallery)
'To Illustrate the Beautiful and Noble': Drawings of George Frederic Watts

Friday 28th November
Research Lunch

Eleonora Pistis
(Worcester College, Oxford)
Nicholas Hawksmoor, Oxford, and Eighteenth-Century Europe

October Conference

Invention and Imagination in British Art and Architecture,
600 - 1500
Tickets available

Please note that due to events there may be Public Study Room Closures


Recent Publications

  • William Henry Fox Talbot Beyond Photography, In The Olden Time Victorians and the British Past,Ham House
    William Henry Fox Talbot Beyond Photography, In The Olden Time Victorians and the British Past,Ham House
  • Four Hundred Years of Collecting and Patronage,The Buildings of England, Sussex: East with Brighton and Hove, Imperial Gothic Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture
    Four Hundred Years of Collecting and Patronage,The Buildings of England, Sussex: East with Brighton and Hove, Imperial Gothic Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture
  • in the British Empire, 1840-1870, Citizen Portrait: Portrait Painting and the Urban Elite of Tudor and Jacobean England and Wales, Lucie Rie: Modernist Potter
    in the British Empire, 1840-1870, Citizen Portrait: Portrait Painting and the Urban Elite of Tudor and Jacobean England and Wales, Lucie Rie: Modernist Potter


Recent fellowships and grants we awarded

For an overview of the areas covered by recent awards, download
Spring 2013 Awards
Autumn 2013 Awards
Spring 2014 Awards

 



Fellowships & Grants Overview

The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art offers a variety of Fellowships (for individuals) and Grants (for institutions and individuals) twice a year in a strictly timetabled schedule.  The programme supports scholarship, academic research and the dissemination of knowledge in the field of British art and architectural history from the medieval period to the present, although all supported topics must have an historical perspective.

We do not offer fellowships and grants in the fields of archaeology, the current practice of architecture or the performing arts. We have no discretionary funds outside our stated programme

Recent publications we helped to support through publication grants