• At the Autumn 2005 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

Ashmolean Museum The Ashmolean Chantrey Project, to support a three-year fellowship to work on the Chantrey plaster models.

British Museum, Dept. of Prints and Drawings British Reproductive Printmaking Project, to support a three-year research fellowship to catalogue part of the British Print collection.

Henry Moore Foundation Gunnis Dictionary of British Sculptors 1660-1851, to support the final phase of the project.

National Portrait Gallery, to support part-time researchers working on a Catalogue of Later Victorian Portraits.

National Trust Paper Architecture - Architectural Drawings in National Trust Collections, to support an architectural research curator for one year on the project to catalogue architectural drawings in National Trust Collections.

York Museums Trust The York Collection of Works on Paper (Phase II), to support a the part-time research post for one year on the cataloging project.

Educational Programme Grants

National Portrait Gallery Shakespeare: Portraiture, Biography and the Material World, funding towards an exhibition conference in May 2006.

The Emery Walker Trust Emery Walker's House: The Arts and Crafts Movement in London and the Cotswolds, funding towards a joint conference with the Victorian Society in November 2005.

University of Birmingham and Keele University Victorian Masculinities, funding towards a Research Student conference in April 2006.

University of Birmingham, Dept of History of Art Eighteenth-Century Voices, funding towards a student-led conference in June 2006.

University of Warwick, AHRC Centre for the Study of Renaissance Elites and Court Cultures The Intellectual & Cultural World of the Early Modern Inns of Court, funding towards a conference in September 2006.

Research Support Grants

Ruth Brimacombe A Grand Tour in the Greater Britain: Art & the Prince of  Wales' Royal Progress to India in 1875-6, support for research visit to India.

Peter Black support for research visit in UK for a publication on Dr William Hunter's art collection.

Anne Dulau support for research visit in UK for a publication on Dr William Hunter's art collection.

Nancy E. Green support for research visit to UK for an exhibition and catalogue ‘Bloomsbury: A Sense of Place, from Holland Park to Charleston’.

Helen McCormack, support for research visit in UK for Ph.D. thesis concerning Dr William Hunter's house in Great Windmill Street c.1768-1789.

John Potvin Vale(d) Pleasures: Charles Shannon and Charles Ricketts and the Art of Domesticity, support for research visit to UK.

Elizaveta Renne support for research visit to UK in connection with the preparation of a full catalogue of British Paintings in the Hermitage.

Abbie N. Sprague Edward Wadsworth (1889-1947): The Queen Mary Commission, support for research visit to UK.

Ulrike Tomalla support for research visit to UK for Ph.D thesis on ‘Fashionable Images: 18th Century English Pocket Book Illustrations in Light of the Portraiture of Thomas Gainsborough’.

Publication Grants (Author)

Anna Chalcraft & Judith Viscardi towards the cost of publishing their book A Castle built for Eternity (Interior decoration of Strawberry Hill).

Vic Gatrell towards the cost of publishing his book The passion of laughter: Sex, manners, and satirical print in London 1770-1830.

Andor Gomme towards the cost of publishing his article ‘Chevening Confirmed’.

Brian W. Harvey and Carol Fitzgerald towards the cost of publishing their book Elgar, Vicat Cole and the Ghosts of Brinkwells.

Frederic Ogee towards the cost of publishing an article in Henry Fielding, A Collection of Essays for the Bicentenary of his Death.

Denise Blake Oleksijczuk towards the cost of publishing her book The First Panoramas: Vision, the Body and British Imperialism 1787-1820.

John Peacock towards the cost of publishing his book The Look of Van Dyck: The 'Self-Portrait with a Sunflower' and the vision of the Painter.

Andrew Saint towards the cost of publishing his book Architect and Engineer: A Study in Sibling Rivalry.

Vyacheslav P. Shestakov towards the cost of publishing his book on the History of English Art from the Middle Ages to our Day.

Adam White towards the cost of publishing his book Lady Anne Clifford: Culture, Patronage and Gender in Seventeenth-century Britain.

Publication Grants (Publisher)

Ashgate Publishing Ltd towards the cost of publishing John Peacock’s The Look of Van Dyck: The ‘Self-Portrait with a Sunflower' and the Vision of the Painter.

Corporation of London, Guildhall Art Gallery towards the cost of publishing Mark Bills & Vivien Knight (Eds) William Powell Frith.

Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi (CVMA) towards the cost of publishing Penny Hebgin-Barnes The Medieval Stained Glass of Cheshire and Lancashire.

Djanogly Gallery, The University of Nottingham towards the cost of publishing the exhibition catalogue From Victorian to Modern: Laura Knight, Vanessa Bell, Gwen John 1890-1920 by Dr Pamela Gerrish-Nunn.

London Jewish Museum of Art, Ben Uri Gallery towards the cost of publishing the exhibition catalogue Embracing the Exotic: Jacob Epstein and Dora Gordine, Rachel Dickson & Sarah MacDougall (Eds).

National Trust towards the cost of publishing Santina M. Levey’s The Hardwick Hall Embroideries.

Public Monuments and Sculpture Association towards the cost of publishing Terry Cavanagh Public Sculpture of South London.

Reaktion Books towards the cost of publishing Andrew Causey Peter Lanyon.

Reaktion Books towards the cost of publishing Alan Powers Britain in Modern Architectures in History series.

RIBA Enterprises Ltd towards the cost of publishing Dr Barbara Simms (Ed) Eric Lyons and Span exhibition catalogue.

Royal Pavilion, Brighton & Hove City Council towards the cost of publishing the exhibition catalogue Rex Whistler: The Triumph of Fancy.

The Buildings of Scotland Trust towards publishing K. Cruft, J. Dunbar, R. Fawcett’s Buildings of Scotland: Borders.

The Wordsworth Trust towards publishing Dr Robert Woof, Conal Shields & Stephen Hebron Constable and the Lake District, 1806.

Trefoil Press/Trilistnik, Moscow towards publishing Galina Andreeva George Dawe (1781-1829).

York Museums Trust towards publishing the exhibition catalogue Constantine the Great: York's Roman Emperor.

Yorkshire Archaeological Society towards publishing Adam White Lady Anne Clifford: Culture, Patronage and Gender in Seventeenth-century Britain.