• At the Autumn 2008 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

Castle Howard Estate, to help support a part-time research curator for two years to work on an exhibition, catalogue and conference on George Howard, 9th Earl of Carlisle (1843-1911).

Musée du Louvre, to support the final year of work on D'Outre Manche: a database of British Works of Art in French Collections.

York Museums Trust, to support a part-time research curator for two years to work on an exhibition on William Etty (1787-1849).

Educational Programme Grants

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, to help support ‘Matthew Boulton Bicentenary’ a public lecture programme at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery between May and September 2009.

Cambridge Victorian Studies Group, Cambridge University, to help support ‘From Plunder to Preservation: Britain and the ‘Heritage’ of Empire, c.1820-1940’ an international conference at King’s College, Cambridge, 21-22 March 2009.

Tate Britain, to help support ‘Van Dyck and the Aristocratic Image’ an international conference at Tate Britain, 26-27 March 2009.

Université Paris Diderot, to help support ‘William Blake’ an international conference at the Institute for English Studies, Université Paris Diderot, 29-30 May 2009.

University of York, to help support ‘Anglo-American: Artistic Exchange between Britain and the USA’ an international conference at King’s Manor & Humanities Research Centre, University of York, 23-25 July 2009. 

Research Support Grants

Ruth Cribb, towards research and travel costs in the USA for her doctoral thesis ‘Eric Gill and transformative practices in British Sculpture 1909-1940: networks, contexts and contradictions’.

Amy Hale, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a publication and exhibition on the work of Ithell Colquhoun.

Marina Lopato, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a ‘Catalogue of British Silver in the Hermitage Museum’.

Lucinda Middleton, towards research and travel costs in the UK for an exhibition on ‘Henry Bone, his workshop and family’.

Temi-Tope Odumosu, towards research and travel costs in the USA for her doctoral thesis ‘The Black Joke: Iconographies of African People in 18th and 19th century English Satirical Prints’.

John Potvin, towards research and travel costs in the UK for an article on ‘Lord Ronald Sutherland-Gower: Artist, Dilettante Art Historian, Collector, Decorator’.

Robert Proctor, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a book on ‘Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Britain, 1955 to 1975’.

Kate Retford, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a book on ‘David Allan and the Conversation Piece in Britain, c.1720-1790’.

Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum Trust, towards research and travel costs in the USA and Europe for an exhibition on ‘Constable and Salisbury’.

Giovanni Santucci, towards research and travel costs in the UK for work on ‘The Largest Talman Album: a nexus between Catholic and Anglican ecclesiastical architecture’.

Amy Sargeant, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a conference paper and article on ‘Port Sunlight: Art, Advertising and Industry’.

Evelyn Silber, towards research and travel costs in the UK to work on ‘Selling the moderns in Britain: the Leicester Galleries and the changing face of dealing and collecting in London 1900-1960’.

Chiara Teolato, towards research and travel costs in the UK to work on ‘Roman Decorative Bronzes and the Taste for the Antique in the British Country House (1750-1820)’.

Gwen Yarker, towards research and travel costs in the UK for an exhibition of 18th century portraiture ‘Georgian Faces’.

Publication Grants (Author)

Tarnya Cooper, towards the cost of publishing: Citizen Portrait: Portrait Painting and the Urban Elites of Tudor and Jacobean England and Wales.

Katy Deepwell, towards the cost of publishing: Women Artists in Britain between the Two World Wars: ‘A Fair Field and No Favour’.

Paul Dobraszczyk, towards the cost of publishing: Into the Belly of the Beast: Exploring London’s Victorian Sewers.

Magdalen Evans, towards the cost of publishing: Utmost Fidelity, the Painting Lives of Marianne and Adrian Stokes.

Frances Fowle, towards the cost of publishing: Dealing in Impressionism: A Biography of Alexander Reid.

Elizabeth Goldring, towards the cost of publishing: The Intellectual and Cultural World of the Early Modern Inns of Court.

Michael Hunter, towards the cost of publishing: Printed Images in Early Modern Britain: Essays in Interpretation.

Berta Joncus & Jeremy Barlow, towards the cost of publishing: 'The Stage's Glory': John Rich (1692-1761).

John McAleer, towards the cost of publishing: Representing Africa: Landscape, exploration and empire in southern Africa, 1780-1870.

Matthew Payne & James Payne, towards the cost of publishing: Regarding Thomas Rowlandson, 1757-1827: His Life, Work and Acquaintance.

William Pressly, towards the cost of publishing: James Barry (1741-1806): History Painter.

Kevin Sharpe, towards the cost of publishing: Representations of Revolutions: Images of Kings and Commonwealths, 1603-1660.

Sam Smiles, towards the cost of publishing: Sir Joshua Reynolds: A Life in Art.

Banmali Tandan, towards the cost of publishing: British Architecture in Calcutta in the Georgian Age: An Illustrated Gazetteer.

Kristina Taylor & Robert Peel, towards the cost of publishing: Three Hundred Years of the Bute Family Landscapes.

Publication Grants (Publisher)

Beazley Archive, University of Oxford, towards the cost of publishing: Julia Kagan, The history of gem engraving in Britain from antiquity to the present.

Ben Uri Gallery, London Jewish Museum of Art, towards the cost of publishing: Sarah MacDougall & Rachel Dickson (Eds.) The Forced Journey: Artists in Exile in Britain, c.1933-45.

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, towards the cost of publishing: Shena Mason (Ed.) Matthew Boulton: selling what all the world desires.

British School at Rome, towards the cost of publishing: Robert Coates-Stephens & Valerie Scott, Images from the Past: Rome in the Photographs of Peter Paul Mackay 1890-1901.

British School at Rome, towards the cost of publishing: David Marshall, Susan Russell and Karin Wolfe (Eds.) Roma Britannica: Art Patronage and Cultural Exchange in eighteenth-century Rome.

Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, towards the cost of publishing: Sophia Wilson & Anne Strathie (Eds.) Hugh Willoughby: The Man who loved Picassos.

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., towards the cost of publishing: Philip Brookman (Ed.) Helios: The Art of Eadweard Muybridge.

Dorset Natural History & Archaeological Society, towards the cost of publishing: Gwen Yarker, Georgian Faces.

Editions Nicolas Chaudun,towards the cost of publishing: Pascal Dupuy, Les caricatures anglaises face à la Révolution française et à l’Empire. Collections du Musée Carnavalet.

Francis Boutle Publishers, towards the cost of publishing: Hazel Harradence & Ronald Perry, Silvanus Trevail: Cornish Architect and Entrepreneur.

Georg Olms Verlag, towards the cost of publishing: Grischka Petri, Arrangement in Business: the Art Markets and the Career of James McNeill Whistler.

Hogarth Arts Ltd, towards the cost of publishing: Matthew Payne & James Payne, Regarding Thomas Rowlandson, 1757-1827. His Life, Work and Acquaintance.

Manchester University Press, towards the cost of publishing: Katy Deepwell, Women Artists in Britain between the Two World Wars: ‘A Fair Field and No Favour’.

Master Drawings Association, towards the cost of publishing: Hugh Belsey, A second supplement to John Hayes’s The Drawings of Thomas Gainsborough.

National Galleries of Scotland, towards the cost of publishing: Christopher Baker, Catalogue of English Drawings and Watercolours, 1600-1900.

National Maritime Museum Publishing, towards the cost of publishing: Pieter van der Merwe (Ed.) The Queen's House: A social and architectural history.

Nottingham City Museums & Galleries, towards the cost of publishing: John Bonehill & Stephen Daniels (Eds.) Picturing Britain: Paul Sandby 1731-1809.

Oxford University Press (India), towards the cost of publishing: Jennifer Howes, Illustrating India: The Early Colonial Investigations of Colin Mackenzie (1784-1821).

La Providence: The French Hospital, towards the cost of publishing: Tessa Murdoch & Randolph Vigne, The French Hospital in England: Its Huguenot History and Collections.

Public Monuments and Sculpture Association, towards the cost of publishing: Philip Ward-Jackson, Public Sculpture of Westminster.

Sansom & Company Ltd, towards the cost of publishing: Sam Smiles (Ed.) Sir Joshua Reynolds: A Life in Art.

Spire Books Ltd, towards the cost of publishing: Paul Dobraszczyk, Into the Belly of the Beast: Exploring London’s Victorian Sewers.

Tate Publishing, towards the cost of publishing: Martin Myrone (Ed.) William Blake: The 1809 Descriptive Catalogue.

Walpole Society, towards the cost of publishing: Walpole Society Journal 2009.

Yale University Press, towards the cost of publishing: Kevin Sharpe, Representations of Revolutions: Images of Kings and Commonwealths, 1603-1660.