• At the Autumn 2012 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

British Museum, to help support a curator for two years on the research project Napoleon and the British.

Charleston Trust, to help support a curator for three years on the research project Studies and insights: Bloomsbury art.

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, to help support a curator for two years on the research project RBSA Bicentenary Exhibition.

Royal Collection Trust, to help support a curator for three years on the research project Revising Oliver Millar's Catalogues of the Tudor, Stuart and Georgian Pictures in the Royal Collection.

Strawberry Hill Trust, to help support a curator for one year on the research project The Strawberry Hill Collection.

Publication Grants (Author)

Stephen Barber, towards the cost of publishing Muybridge: The Eye in Motion.

Anne Bordeleau, towards the cost of publishing Charles Robert Cockerell, Architect in Time: Ornaments in the Age of Historicism.

Vic Gatrell, towards the cost of publishing Covent Garden, First Bohemia: An Art World in Eighteenth-Century London.

Sigrid de Jong, towards the cost of publishing Rediscovering Architecture. Paestum in Eighteenth-century Architectural Experience and Theory.

Katerina Loukopoulou, towards the cost of publishing Henry Moore Unbound: A Cultural History of the Sculptor on Film.

Heather Meakin, towards the cost of publishing The Painted Closet of Lady Anne Bacon Drury.

John Munns, towards the cost of publishing The Cross of Christ and Anglo-Norman Religious Imagination.

Amy Sargeant, towards the cost of publishing The Boarding House: From ‘The Lodger’ to   ‘The L-Shaped Room’.

Sylvia Shorto, towards the cost of publishing British Houses in Late Mughal Delhi.

Ana Maria Suarez Huerta, towards the cost of publishing News about the Irish sculptor Christopher Hewetson. Will and inventory of artworks.

Astrid Swenson, towards the cost of publishing The Rise of Heritage: Preserving the Past in France, Germany and England, 1789-1914.

William Vaughan, towards the cost of publishing 'Shadows on the Wall' - The Art of Samuel Palmer.

Dennis Wardleworth, towards the cost of publishing William Reid Dick, Sculptor.

Emily Weeks, towards the cost of publishing Cultures Crossed: John Frederick Lewis (1804-1876) and the Art of Orientalist Painting.

Mary (Mo) White, towards the cost of publishing Slide-tape: Key Work in the UK since the 1960s.

James Wilkes, towards the cost of publishing A Landscape of Modernity: The Isle of Purbeck in Art and Literature.

Linda Zatlin, towards the cost of publishing Aubrey Beardsley: A Catalogue Raisonné (£3,000)

Publication Grants (Publisher)

Ashgate Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Heather Meakin: The Painted Closet of Lady Anne Bacon Drury.

Ashgate Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Barbara Burman and Ariane Fennetaux: Pockets of History: A Social History of an Everyday Object in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Britain.

Ashgate Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Robert Proctor: Church in Concrete: Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Britain, 1955-1975.

Bard Graduate Center, New York, towards the cost of publishing Susan Weber (Ed):William Kent, 1686-1748: Designing Georgian Britain.

Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art, towards the cost of publishing Sarah MacDougall and Rachel Dickson:'Uproar!': The First 50 Years of the London Group.

English Heritage Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Elizabeth McKeller and Julian Holder: Re-Appraising the Neo-Georgian 1880-1970.

Holburne Museum,towards the cost of publishing Amina Wright: Joseph Wright of Derby: Bath & Beyond.

Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Mungo Campbell (Ed): 'A rational taste of resemblance'; Allan Ramsay and the portraiture of learning.

Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd, towards the cost of publishing Judith Collins: Eduardo Paolozzi.

Manchester University Press,towards the cost of publishing Gill Perry, Kate Retford, Jordan Vibert and Hannah Lyons: Placing faces: The portrait and the English country house in the long eighteenth century.

National Museum Wales, towards the cost of publishing Charlotte Topsfield: Delectable Mountains: Rediscovering James Dickson Innes (1887-1914).

Pallant House Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Simon Martin (Ed): British Artists and the Spanish Civil War: Conflict and Conscience.

Paul Holberton Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Sam Smiles (Ed): West Country to World's End: The South West in the Tudor Age.

Photographers' Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Russell Roberts: This is Your Photo: The Image Worlds of Mass Observation.

Public Monuments & Sculpture Association, towards the cost of publishing Darcy White, Elizabeth Norman and David Ball: The Public Sculpture of Sheffield and South Yorkshire.

Spire Books, towards the cost of publishing Michael Hill: East Dorset Country Houses.

Twentieth Century Society, towards the cost of publishing Alan Powers and Elain Harwood (Eds): Oxford and Cambridge: Twentieth Century Architecture.

V&A Publishing, Victoria and Albert Museum, towards the cost of publishing Susan Owens: Drawing in Britain 1600 to the Present Day.

Vivid Projects, towards the cost of publishing Mo White (Ed): Slide-tape: Key Work in the UK since the 1960s.

Walpole Society, towards the cost of publishing Edward Nygren: James Ward. Paper and Patrons.

Watts Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Mark Bills (Ed): Frank Holl.

Wentworth Castle Heritage Trust, towards the cost of publishing Patrick Eyres (Ed): Diplomats, Goldsmiths and Baroque Court Culture: Lord Raby in Berlin and at Wentworth Castle, 1701-39.

Wolverhampton Art Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Sue Tate: Pauline Boty: Pop Artist and Woman.

Yale University Press, towards the cost of publishing David W. Walker and Matthew Woodworth: The Buildings of Scotland: North Aberdeenshire and Moray.

Educational Programme Grants

University of York: grant towardsa two-day conference, 26-27 April 2013: British Visual Culture in Crisis, c.1800-Present.

Victoria and Albert Museum: grant towardsa two-day conference, 14-15 June 2013: Emerging Empires; England and Muscovy in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.

Research Support Grants

Thomas Ardill, for research in the United States on Between God, Art and Mammon: Religious Painting as Public Spectacle in Britain, c.1800-50.

Louise Carson, for research in the United Kingdom on The visual culture of the sugar banquet in early modern England.

Rosemarie Dias, for research in India on The East India Company and its Images: Production, Patronage, Collecting, 1757-1857.

Renate Dohmen, for research in the United Kingdom on The 1883-84 Calcutta International Exhibition, the South Kensington School of Art and Design, and the Politics of World Fairs. A fraught challenge to the Imperial Status Quo.

Alice Eden, for research in the United Kingdom on British Art 1880-1920: Representations of Women and Forms of Knowledge.

Isobel Hampton, for research in the United Kingdom on Lords of the North? Aristocratic identities in fourteenth century art and architecture.

Yat Ming Loo, for research in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Guangzhou on Tracing the Histories of London’s Limehouse Chinatown in China (1860 to 1960).

Stephen McNair, for research in the United Kingdom on Southern Gothic: Antebellum Ecclesiology in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi.

Christopher Maxwell, for research in the United States on The American beneficiaries of the Hamilton Palace sales of 1882 and 1919.

Daniel Naegele, for research in Canada and the United States on The Letters of Colin Rowe.

Anne Nellis Richter, for research in the United Kingdom on Investigation of the Sutherland papers at the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh for a publication: Displaying Art in Early Nineteenth Century London.

Mary O'Neill, for research in Denmark on Paintings and photographs of fisherfolk and fishing practices in West Cornwall, 1860-1910.

Sheridan Palmer, for research in the United Kingdom The Intellectual Biography of Bernard Smith.

Aurélie Petiot, for research in the United Kingdom on Geddes, Lethaby and Crane: alternative case studies.

Clare Walcot, for research in the United Kingdom on 1720: The South Sea Scheme and the Visual Arts in Britain.

David Waterworth, for research in the United Kingdom on London Artists' Studios Movement (Stockwell Depot & Greenwich Studios).

Linda Zatlin, for research in the United Kingdom on Always in Haste, Aubrey Beardsley: The Letters.

Barns-Graham Research Support Grant

Lily Foster, for research in the United Kingdom on Interior Paintings by Harold Gilman and Edouard Vuillard.