• At the Autumn 2011 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants 

Ben Uri Gallery, London Jewish Museum of Art, to help support a part-time curator for two years to work on the research project 'Uproar!': The First 50 Years of the London Group.

The Cooper Gallery, Barnsley, to help support a curator for one year to work on the research project Discovering British Art at the Cooper Gallery.

The Foundling Museum, London, to help support a research curator for three years to work on two exhibitions to be drawn from the museum’s collection and archive.
Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge, to help support a curator for one year to work on the research project Crome and Cotman are the Glories of the Norwich School.

Holburne Museum, Bath, to help support a curator for 18 months to work on the research project Wright of Derby in Bath.

Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts, Middlesex University, to help support a curator for three years to work on the research project John Lansdown: Architect of Computer Arts.

Public Catalogue Foundation, to help support a research curator for two years to work in maintaining and improving records of Oil Paintings in Public Ownership in the United Kingdom.

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.

State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, to help support a research curator for six weeks to work on the Catalogue Raisonné of British Paintings in the State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.

Studio 3 Gallery, University of Kent, to help support researchers for one year to work on the research project Alfred Drury and the New Sculpture.

Publication Grants (Author)

Jan Blanc,towards the cost of publishing Les Écrits de Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792).

James Campbell, towards the cost of publishing The Staircase: History and Conservation.

Andrew Causey, towards the cost of publishing Paul Nash: Landscape and the Life of Objects.

Saskia Coenen Snyder, towards the cost of publishing Building a Public Judaism: Monumental Synagogues and Jewish Identity in Northern Europe.

Leo Costello, towards the cost of publishing J.M.W. Turner and the Subject of History.

Fintan Cullen, towards the cost of publishing Ireland on Show. Art, Union and Nationhood.

Natasha Eaton, towards the cost of publishing Mimesis in Flux: Artworks, Networks, Empires in India, 1765 to 1860.

Ann Gunn, towards the cost of publishing The Prints of Paul Sandby (1731-1809): A Catalogue Raisonné.

Oliver Heal, towards the cost of publishing Sir Ambrose Heal and the Heal Cabinet Factory.

Claudia Hucke, towards the cost of publishing Picturing the Postcolonial Nation - (Inter)Nationalism in the Art of Jamaica.

Sarah MacDougall, towards the cost of publishing Mark Gertler: A Complete Catalogue.

Jan Marsh & Frank C Sharp (Eds), towards the cost of publishing The Collected Letters of Jane Morris.

Sarah Monks, towards the cost of publishing Marine Painting in Britain, 1650-1850: Framing Space, Power and Modernity.

Edward Nygren, towards the cost of publishing James Ward, RA (1769-1859): Papers and Patrons.

Simon Pierse, towards the cost of publishing Australian Art and Artists in London 1950-1965: an Antipodean Summer.

Marcia Pointon, towards the cost of publishing Portrayal.

Matthew Potter, towards the cost of publishing The Inspirational Genius of Germany: British Art and Germanism, 1850-1939.

Adrianne Rubin, towards the cost of publishing 'This difficult and uncertain science': Roger Fry's Interpretation of Aesthetic Perception.

Michael Twyman, towards the cost of publishing Chromolithography: colour for all.

Publication Grants (Publisher)

Arthena, towards the cost of publishing Olivier Lefeuvre: Philippe-Jacques de Loutherbourg (1740-1812).

Ashgate Publishing,towards the cost of publishing Fintan Cullen: Ireland on Show. Art, Union and Nationhood.

Association of Art Historians, towards the cost of publishing David Peters Corbett & Lisa Tickner (Eds): British Art in the Cultural Field, 1939-69.

Barber Institute of Fine Arts, towards the cost of publishing Ann Sumner, David Jackson & Greg Smith: Northern Skies and Southern Sun: Thomas Fearnley the Enchanted Wanderer.

Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Munich, towards the cost of publishing Herbert Rott et al: George Stubbs (1724-1806).

Black Dog Publishing,towards the cost of publishing Darren Newbury:People Apart: 1950s Cape Town Revisited. Photographs by Bryan Heseltine.

Buildings of Ireland Charitable Trust, towards the cost of publishing Kevin Mulligan: Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster: Armagh, Cavan and Monaghan.

Burlington Magazine, towards the cost of publishing Christiana Payne: ‘A mild, a grateful, an unearthly lustre' Samuel Palmer and the moon.

Courtauld Institute of Art, towards the cost of publishing Caroline Campbell (Ed): Lely's Subject Pictures.

Czech Memorial Scrolls Trust Book Project, towards the cost of publishing Vivian Mann (Ed): An English Legacy, Jewish Ceremonial Art and Manuscripts.

Donhead Publishing Ltd, towards the cost of publishing James Campbell & Michael Tutton (Eds): The Staircase: History and Conservation.

Duke University Press, towards the cost of publishing Natasha Eaton: Mimesis in Flux: Artworks, Networks, Empires in India, 1765 to 1860.

Eton College, towards the cost of publishing Emily Howe, Henrietta McBurney & David Park: Wall Paintings at Eton: the 15th-century Marian scheme in College Chapel and early 16th-century school scene in the Head Master's Chambers.

Ian Randle Publishers, towards the cost of publishing Claudia Hucke: Picturing the Postcolonial Nation - (Inter)Nationalism in the Art of Jamaica.

Leeds Art Collections Fund, towards the cost of publishing John D Griffin:The Yorkshire Potteries.

London Parks and Gardens Trust, towards the cost of publishing Todd Longstaffe-Gowan (Ed): The London Gardner (vol.16).

Lund Humphries, towards the cost of publishing Andrew Causey: Paul Nash: Landscape and the Life of Objects.

Museum of London, towards the cost of publishing Beatrice Behlen & Richard Stephens (Eds):Pomp and Power - Carriages as Status Symbols.

National Museums Liverpool, towards the cost of publishing Pamela Gerrish Nunn: Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale.

National Museum Wales, towards the cost of publishing David Fraser Jenkins & Melissa Munro: John Piper: The Mountains of Wales.

National Portrait Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Catharine MacLeod, Malcolm Smuts & Timothy Wilks: The Lost Prince: Henry, Prince of Wales.

Oblong Creative Ltd (G2P/28) towards the cost of publishing Oliver Heal: Sir Ambrose Heal and the Heal Cabinet Factory (£2,500)

Pallant House Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Simon Martin (Ed): Neo Romantic Visionary: Robin Ironside 1912-1965.

Phillimore & Co Ltd, towards the cost of publishing Ann Gunn: The Prints of Paul Sandby (1731-1809): A Catalogue Raisonné.

Public Monuments and Sculpture Association, towards the cost of publishing Richard Cocke: Public Sculpture of Norfolk and Suffolk.

Reading Museum, towards the cost of publishing Nicola Capon: John Tweed: The Empire Sculptor.

Reaktion Books Ltd, towards the cost of publishing Marcia Pointon: Portrayal.

Sansom & Company Ltd, towards the cost of publishing Edward Morris & Timothy Stevens: History of the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 1873-2000.

Scala Publishers, towards the cost of publishing James Stourton & Charles Sebag-Montefiore: The British as Art Collectors: A History.

Shaun Tyas Publishing, towards the cost of publishing David Valinsky: An Architect Speaks, the writings of Edward Schröder Prior.

Society of Antiquaries of London, towards the cost of publishing Pamela Tudor-Craig, Jill Franklin & Bernard Nurse: Catalogue of Paintings in the Collection of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

University of Wales Press, towards the cost of publishing John Barrell: Edward Pugh, 1763-1813.

Walpole Society, towards the cost of publishing Walpole Society Journal 2012.

Watts Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Mark Bills et al: Dickens and the Artists.

Educational Programme Grants

Asia Society, grant towards a symposium, March 2012: Arts, Patronage, Society in British and Mughal Delhi.

The Gladstone Library, grant towards a conference 21-23 June 2012: E.A. Freeman: The Life and Times of a Victorian Intellectual.

Hamilton Kerr Institute, grant towards a conference 27-28 April 2012: The Art and Science of Medieval Church Screens.

University of Kent, grant towards a conference Spring 2012: Cradled in Caricature.

Kingston University,grant towards a conference 16-17 April 2012: BUNK: Celebrating 60 Years of the Independent Group.

The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds, grant towards a symposium 22 March 2012: Sir Michael Sadler Symposium.

Tiles and Architectural Ceramics Society, grant towards a conference 12 November 2011: Exporting Stoke and Beyond: Tiles and architectural ceramics in the world context.

Wentworth Castle Heritage Trust, grant towards a conference 10-12 August 2012: Diplomats, Goldsmiths and the Arts: Lord Raby in Berlin and Barnsley 1701-1714.

University of York, grant towards a conference 23-24 March 2012: Art versus Industry?

University of York, grant towards a symposium 4 July 2012: Walkabout: The Prospects of Art History and the Britishness of British Art.

University of York,grant towards a workshop 11-13 July 2012: Making Art, Picturing Practice: The Artist's Studio and Artistic Training in Britain c.1700-1900.

Research Support Grants

Daniel Alexander & Andrew Haslam, for research in the United Kingdom on Designing the Commonwealth War Graves.

Caroline Campbell, for research in the United Kingdom and France on Lely's Subject Pictures. 

Myles Campbell, for research in Dublin on British Architects and the Tudor-Revival Country House in Ireland, 1825-50.

Joanna Cobb, for research in the United Kingdom on ‘A noble mansion consecrated to the arts’: Schomberg House, Pall Mall, as a cultural centre, c.1769-1812.

Angela Dunstan, for research in the United Kingdom on 'The Grammar of Art': The Forgotten Royal Academy Lectures of Thomas Woolner (1825-1892).

Craig Hanson, for research in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands for research on From Leiden to London: Anglo-Dutch Relations and Early Modern British Art.

Valerie Holman, for research in the United Kingdom on Alfred Hardiman RA, Twentieth-century Sculptor: prestigious projects and public protests.

Jane Kamensky, for research in the United Kingdom on The American School: Art and Revolution in Georgian London.

Stephen Kite,for research in the United Kingdom on British Architecture: enlightenment to early modernism-the phenomenon of shadow.

Katerina Loukopoulou, for research in the United Kingdom and New York on The Making of Henry Moore on Film: A Cultural History.

Helen McCormack, for research in the United Kingdom on Dr William Hunter and his Cultural Worlds.

Matthew Martin, for research in the United Kingdom on Catholic Collectors - Recusant Art Patronage in Eighteenth-Century England.

Michael Rosenthal, for research in the Australia on Governor Macquarie's Culture.

Stacey Sloboda, for research in the United Kingdom on St Martin's Lane: The Culture of Craft in Hogarth's England.

Nathaniel Stein, for research in the United Kingdom on India Ancient and Modern: William Simpson’s Indian Pictures and the Politics of History.

Greg Sullivan, for research in the Dublin on The Irish Career of John van Nost (1713-1780).