• At the Autumn 2013 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

Ashmolean Museum, to help support a research curator for two years on the project The Kiss of James Gillray from the New College Collection.

British Library, to help support a research curator for two years on the project Transforming Topography.

Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, to help support two research curators for two years on the project The ecclesiastical work of the British Arts and Crafts Movement, 1850-1914.

Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum, to help support a research curator for two years on the project The Art of Deception: The work of the Leamington camouflage group in the Second World War.

Royal Academy of Arts, to help support a research curator for one year on the project Jean Étienne Liotard.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, to help support a research curator for three years on the project Slade Painters in Dorset I: The Edwardians and Slade Painters in Dorset II: Between the Wars.

The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, to help support a research curator for eighteen months on the project Stockwell Depot and The London Artists' Studio Movement.

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

Tate Britain, to help support a research curator for ten months on the project Bodies of Nature.

UCL Art Museum, University College London, to help support a research curator for three years on the project Spotlight on UCL Art Museum's Slade Collections.

University of California, to help support a research curator for three years on the project The Art Collection of William Andrews Clark, Jr.

Victoria and Albert Museum, to help support a research curator for three years on the project The Work of England: luxury embroideries of the Middle Ages.

Watts Gallery, to help support a research curator for two years on the project Watts Gallery Drawings Research and Cataloguing Project.

Publication Grants (Author)

Ronald Baxter, towards the cost of publishingThe Royal Abbey of Reading.

David Bindman, towards the cost of publishing Warm Flesh, Cold Marble: Canova, Thorvaldsen and their Critics.

Oliver Bradbury, towards the cost of publishing Sir John Soane's Influence on Architecture, 1791-1980 - A Continuing Legacy.

Leo Damrosch, towards the cost of publishing Eternity's Sunrise: An Introduction to William Blake.

Paul Dobrazczyk, towards the cost of publishing Iron, Ornament and Architecture in Victorian Britain: Myth and Modernity, Excess and Enchantment.

Alison FitzGerald, towards the cost of publishing Silver in Georgian Dublin: Making, Selling, Consuming.

Keren Hammerschlag, towards the cost of publishing Frederic Leighton: Death, Mortality, Resurrection.

Edward Juler, towards the cost of publishing Grown but not Made: British Modernist Sculpture and the New Biology.

Yat Ming Loo, towards the cost of publishing The Chinese East End.

Henry Miller, towards the cost of publishing Politics Personified: Portraiture, Caricature and Visual Culture in Britain, 1830-1880.

Lucy Peltz, towards the cost of publishing Facing the Text: Extra-Illustration, Print Culture, and Society in Britain, 1769-1840.

Gregory Salter, towards the cost of publishing Cold War At Home: John Bratby, The Self and the Nuclear Threat.

Rosemary Shirley, towards the cost of publishing Everyday Country: Rural Modernity, Everyday Life and Visual Culture.

Julia Skelly, towards the cost of publishing Wasted Looks: Addiction and British Visual Culture, 1751-1919.

Kimberley Skelton, towards the cost of publishing The Paradox of Body, Building and Motion in Seventeenth-Century England.

Joy Sleeman, towards the cost of publishing Five Sites for Five Sculptures: Roelof Louw and British Sculpture since the 1960s.

Rebecca Wade, towards the cost of publishing Art versus Industry? New Perspectives on Visual and Industrial Cultures in Nineteenth-Century Britain.

Publication Grants (Publisher)

Ben Uri Gallery, London Jewish Museum of Art, towards the cost of publishing Sarah MacDougall (Ed): The Spirit of Place: Joan Eardley, Sheila Fell, Eva Frankfurther, Josef Herman, L S Lowry.

Fitzwilliam Museum, towards the cost of publishing David Alexander: Caroline Watson (c.1760-1814) and female printmaking in late Georgian England.

Harvey Miller Publishers, towards the cost of publishing Ilana Tahan, Evelyn Friedlander, Louise Hofman and Vivian Mann: An English Heritage, Jewish Ceremonial art.

Huntington Library Press, towards the cost of publishing Lucy Peltz: Facing the Text: Extra-illustration, Print Culture, and Society in Britain, 1769-1840.

Institute of Contemporary Arts, towards the cost of publishing Anne Massey and Gregor Muir (Eds): A History of the Institute of Contemporary Arts: 40 Years of Modern Art - Cybernetic Serendipity.

Leeds Art Fund, towards the cost of publishing Evelyn Silber (Ed): Festschrift for Terry Friedman.

London Parks and Gardens Trust, towards the cost of publishing Todd Longstaffe-Gowan (Ed): The London Gardener, vol. 18 (2013/14).

Lund Humphries Publishers, towards the cost of publishing Paul Hills and Ariane Bankes: The Art of David Jones.

Manchester University Press, towards the cost of publishing Edward Juler: Grown but not Made: British Modernist Sculpture and the New Biology.

Modern Art Press, towards the cost of publishing Toby Treves: Peter Lanyon: catalogue raisonné of the oil paintings and three-dimensional works.

Parthian Books, towards the cost of publishing: Peter Lord: A New History of Welsh Art.

Paul Holberton Publishing,towards the cost of publishing Steven Parissien (Ed): Canaletto - Celebrating Britain.

Pontifical Institute for Mediaeval Studies, towards the cost of publishing Jessica Berenbeim: Art of Documentation: Documents and Visual Culture in England, c.1250-c.1450.

Public Monuments and Sculpture Association,towards the cost of publishing Jill Seddon and Peter Seddon: Public Sculpture of Sussex.

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, towards the cost of publishing Brendan Flynn: A Place for Art: The Story of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.

Royal Pavilion & Museums, towards the cost of publishing Stella Beddoe: A Piece of the Action - Henry Willett's Ceramic History of Britain.

Seraphim Press Ltd, towards the cost of publishing William Waters: Edward Burne-Jones, Henry Holiday & Pre-Raphaelite Stained Glass 1870-1898.

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

Tate Britain, towards the cost of publishing Andrew Wilson (Ed): Painting Now: Five Contemporary Artists.

Twentieth Century Society, towards the cost of publishing Elain Harwood and Alan Powers (Eds): Cross-country: architect-designed houses of the twentieth century.

Wallace Collection, towards the cost of publishing Lucy Davis and Mark Hallett (Eds): Sir Joshua Reynolds: Experiments in Paint.

Watts Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Nicholas Tromans (Ed): Ellen Terry: The Painters' Actress.

Whitechapel Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Kirsty Ogg: Contemporary Art Society and Whitechapel Gallery Collections Displays.

William Shipley Group, towards the cost of publishing Susan Bennett (Ed): 'Almost Forgotten': The International Exhibition of 1862.

Educational Programme Grants

Central St Martins College of Art and Design: grant towards a two-day symposium: Recovering Fonthill 1560-2013.

Holburne Museum, Bath: grant towards a study day: Joseph Wright of Derby - Bath and Beyond.

Institute of Contemporary Arts: grant towards a programme of talks: Richard Hamilton: Talks Programme.

University of Leeds: grant towards a two-day conference: The Period Room: Museum, Material, Experience.

Research Support Grants

Antonio Brucculeri, for research in the United Kingdom on The École des Beaux-Arts and the training of British architects in London, 1860-1960.

Philip Cottrell, for research in the United Kingdom on 'An Ideal Gallery on Paper’: Sir George Scharf’s Survey of British Collections, 1856/7.

Clarisse Godard Desmarest, for research in the United Kingdom on Women and Architecture in 18th-century Scotland.

Sarah Hendriks, for research in the United Kingdom on Spaces for Secular Music Performance in 17th-century England.

Louise Hughes, for research in the United Kingdom on 'As Seen': Modern British Painting and Visual Experience.

Allison Ksiazkiewicz, for research in the United Kingdom on Aesthetics, art and the earth sciences.

Caroline McGee, for research in the United Kingdom on The work of John Hardman and Company, Birmingham in Ireland, 1850-1914.

Diana Maltz, for research in the United Kingdom on The Child in the House: Lifestyle Aestheticism, Visual Culture, and Family Identity, 1800-1910.

Chloe Northrop for research in the United Kingdom and Jamaica on Fashioning Creole Society in Eighteenth-century British Jamaica.

Caitlin Silberman, for research in the United Kingdom on ‘I Believe We Shall Be Crows’: Thinking with Birds in Britain, 1840-1900.

Heidi Strobel, for research in the United Kingdom on Stitching the Stage: Mary Linwood and the Art of Installation Embroidery.

Meaghan Whitehead, for research in the United Kingdom on The Wheel of Fortune in Medieval English Art.

Michelle Wilkinson, for research in the United Kingdom on V is for Veranda: 'Architecting' in British Guiana.

Allison Young, for research in the United Kingdom on 'Torn and Most Whole': Zarina Bhimji and the Culture Wars in Britain, 1970-2002.

Barns-Graham Research Support Grant

Lee Hallman, for research in the United Kingdom on Staking Ground: The London Landscapes of Frank Auerbach and Leon Kossoff.