• At the Autumn 2010 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge to help support a curator for one year on the research project 'Crome and Cotman are the Glories of the Norwich School'.

St Paul's Cathedral Foundation to help support a research curator for one year to work on ‘The Wren Drawings Project’.

Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter to help support a curator for one year to work on the research project ‘The South West in the Elizabethan Age’.

Ruthin and District Civic Association and Ruthin Local History Group to help support a curator for one year to work on the exhibition ‘Edward Pugh, 1763-1813: A Bicentenary Exhibition’.

Tate Britain to help support a curator for one year to work on the exhibition ‘Picasso and Britain: British artistic, cultural, social and political responses to Picasso, 1910-73’.

Whitechapel Art Gallery to help support a research curator for three years to work on a series of exhibitions on ‘Art in the East End of London’.

University of York to help support a curator for two years to work on a new online database ‘The London Art World 1660-1735’. 

Educational Programme Grants

Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery grant towards a conference, 18-19 March 2011: Drawing and the Victorian Artist.

Christ Church Picture Gallery, Oxford grant towards a study day, 21 January 2011: Henry Aldrich (1648-1710) - An Oxford Universal Man.

Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University grant towards two lectures, 9 February & 2 March 2011: Thomas Rowlandson: Pleasures and Pursuits in Georgian England.

University of St Andrews grant towards a conference, 7-8 May 2011: The Reception of Titian in Britain 1769-1877: artists, collectors, critics.

University of York, Dept. of History of Art grant towards a symposium, 10 November 2010: Cultural Landscapes.

Research Support Grants

Piers Baker-Bates, for research in the United Kingdom and Spain on 'The dullest country in Europe': exploring relations between British artists and collectors and Spain in the 18th century.

Jan Blanc, for research in the United States on The writings of Sir Joshua Reynolds.

Mark Broughton, for research in the United Kingdom and Italy on Art and Architecture in ‘Brideshead Revisited’.

Alexis Drahos, for research in the United Kingdom on The influence of Hutton's theories on British landscape painting during the first half of the 19th century.

Gabriel Gee, for research in the United Kingdom on The John Moores Painting prize: a history of British painting in the second half of the 20th century.

Pamela Gerrish-Nunn, for research in the United Kingdom on Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale and the Survival of Pre-Raphaelitism.

Albert Grimstone, for research in the United Kingdom on Edward Pearce senior: drawings, engravings, paintings and interior design.

Gordon Higgott, for research in the United Kingdom on Edward Pearce senior: drawings, engravings, paintings and interior design.

Iain Jackson, for research in the United Kingdom on Maxwell Fry and Jane Drew: architecture, collaborations and postcolonial settlements.

Maija Jansson, for research in the United Kingdom on Art and Diplomacy: Document Design in 17th Century Great Britain.

Henrietta McBurney Ryan, for research in the United Kingdom on The Drawings for Mark Catesby's 'Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands'.

Sarah MacDougall, for research in the United Kingdom on Mark Gertler: A Complete Catalogue of Paintings and Drawings.

David Mackie, for research in the United Kingdom on The Complete Catalogue of the Works of Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823).

Lucinda Middleton, for research in the United Kingdom on Henry Bone, his workshop and family.

Darren Newbury, for research in the United Kingdom on Windows on South Africa and the Caribbean: The Bryan Heseltine Photographic Collection.

Lauren Pepitone, for research in the United Kingdom on Church and Hall: Historicism and Homosociability at the Temple.

Larry J Schaaf, for research in Australia on British photographic history sources in Australia.

Ekaterina Skvortsova, for research in the United Kingdom on The Art of J.A. Atkinson and J. Walker as an example of English-Russian Artistic Links.

Amy Todman, for research in the United Kingdom on Contours of celestial and terrestrial topographies: pictorial representations and constructions of place in Britain c.1600-1820.

Ahenk Yilmaz, for research in the United Kingdom on Sir John Burnet and the Memorialization of Gallipoli Battles.

Publication Grants (Author)

Jonathan Black, towards the cost of publishing: The Face of Courage: Eric Kennington, Portraiture and the Second World War.

Alan Borg, towards the cost of publishing: Vauxhall Gardens 1661-1859: More Nightingales than Strumpets.

Jonathan Conlin, towards the cost of publishing: Grounds for Pleasure: the pleasure garden in Britain and the United States, 1660.

Victoria George, towards the cost of publishing: Whitewash: the New Aesthetic of the Protestant Reformation.

Peter Humfrey, towards the cost of publishing: The Reception of Titian in Britain 1769-1877: Artists, Collectors, Critics.

Shannon Hurtado, towards the cost of publishing: Genteel Mavericks: Professional Women Sculptors in Victorian Britain.

Amanda Reeser Lawrence, towards the cost of publishing: Revisionary Modernism: The Architecture of James Stirling, 1955-84.

Margaret MacDonald, towards the cost of publishing: The Etchings of James McNeill Whistler (on-line catalogue).

Arthur MacGregor, towards the cost of publishing: Animal Encounters. Episodes in a millennium of interaction with the animal kingdom.

Nancy Marshall, towards the cost of publishing: City of Gold and Mud: Painting Victorian London.

Pauline Rose, towards the cost of publishing: Henry Moore in America: Art, Business and the Special Relationship.

Publication Grants (Publisher)

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, towards the cost of publishing: Victor Benjamin et al, Entente Cordiale: Lucien Pissarro's Eragny Press 1895-1914.

Australian Scholarly Publishing, towards the cost of publishing: Catherine Moriarty, Making Melbourne's Monuments: the Sculpture of Paul Montford.

Berghahn Books Ltd, towards the cost of publishing: Volker Welter,Ernst L. Freud, Architect, and the Case for the Modern Bourgeois Home.

Boydell and Brewer, towards the cost of publishing: John Cannon and Beth Williamson (Eds) The Medieval Art and Architecture of Bristol Cathedral.

Brepols Publishers, towards the cost of publishing: Gregory Martin, Rubens in London. Art and Diplomacy.

British Museum, towards the cost of publishing, Leslie Webster: Anglo-Saxon Art.

Burlington Magazine, towards the cost of publishing, Mary Beal:‘Postscript to Paul Nash’s 'Landscape at Iden': From Millet’s 'Angelus' to 'Objects in Relation'’.

Compton Verney, towards the cost of publishing: Steven Parissien (Ed), Stanley Spencer and the English Garden.

Frances Lincoln Ltd, towards the cost of publishing: Keith Middlemas, As they Really Were - Citizens of Alnwick 1831.

Handel House Museum, towards the cost of publishing: Paul Boucher and James Miller, The Music Party – works by Marcellus Laroon (1700-1760).

Henry Moore Institute, towards the cost of publishing: Ingrid Roscoe et al, A Biographical Dictionary of Sculptors in Britain (on-line catalogue).

Holburne Museum of Art, towards the cost of publishing: Susan Sloman, Gainsborough's Landscapes: Themes and Variations.

Liverpool University Press, towards the cost of publishing: Colin Trodd, Visions of Blake: William Blake in the Art World 1830-1930.

Modern Art Press, towards the cost of publishing: Patricia Reed, William Nicholson: a catalogue raisonné of the oil paintings.

Moggerhanger House Preservation Trust, towards the cost of publishing: Jane Brown (Ed), Moggerhanger Park, An Architectural and Social History.

Philip Wilson Publishers, towards the cost of publishing: Jonathan Black, The Face of Courage: Eric Kennington, Portraiture and the Second World War.

Public Monuments and Sculpture Association, towards the cost of publishing: Edward Morris and Emma Roberts, Public Sculpture of Cheshire and Merseyside (except Liverpool).

Reaktion Books, towards the cost of publishing: Arthur MacGregor, Animal Encounters. Episodes in a millennium of interaction with the animal kingdom.

Royal Pavilion & Museums, towards the cost of publishing: David Alan Mellor et al, Radical Bloomsbury: Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, 1905-1925.

V & A Publishing, towards the cost of publishing: Lesley Jackson,Alastair Morton and Edinburgh Weavers - Textiles and Modern Art.

Victorian Society West Yorkshire Group, towards the cost of publishing: Christopher Webster, Building a great Victorian city: Leeds architects and architecture 1800-1914.

Watts Gallery, towards the cost of publishing: Mark Bills (Ed), Compton: An Artists' Village.

Yale University Press, towards the cost of publishing: Kevin Sharpe, Rebranding Rule: Images of Restoration and Revolution Monarchy, 1660-1714.

York Museums Trust, towards the cost of publishing: Sarah Burnage, Mark Hallett, Laura Turner (Eds), William Etty: Art and Controversy.

Barns-Graham Research Support Grant

Emma Acker, for research in the United Kingdom on A Sense of Place: The Aerial Abstractions of Richard Diebenkorn and Peter Lanyon