• At the Autumn 2015 meeting of the Centre‚Äôs Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), to help support a research curator to work on the project ICA Exhibition Histories

Southbank Centre, Hayward Gallery, to help support a research curator to work on the project Artistic History of the Hayward Gallery

Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College, to help support a research curator to work on the project Painted Hall Conservation: Understanding Sir James Thornhill's Masterpiece

National Museums Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery, to help support a research curator to work on the project Online Dictionary of the Liverpool Autumn Exhibitions and Spring Exhibitions (1871-1938)

National Horseracing Museum, to help support a research curator to work on the project British Sporting Art

Turner Contemporary, to help support a research curator to work on the project The Waste Land

The Munnings Art Museum, to help support a research curator to work on the project Munning’s Equine Oeuvre

Middlesbrough Institute of Art (mima), to help support a research curator to work on the project The New Boosbeck Industries: from Heartbreak Hill to High Street

Gainsborough's House, to help support a research curator to work on the project Cataloguing and researching the collection of Gainsborough's House

Digital Project Grants

Amy Jeffs, for work on the Digital Pilgrim Project (The British Museum’s collection of medieval pilgrims’ badges)

Buxton Museum and Art Gallery, for work on the project Depicting Derbyshire (Searchable catalogue of topographical views of Derbyshire)

Afterall, Central Saint Martins College, University of the Arts London, for work on the project The Other Story: British Art/Exhibition Histories Online

Philip Cottrell/University College Dublin, for work on the project The George Scharf Manchester Art Treasures Sketchbooks 1856/7 (Online digital resource)

National Portrait Gallery, for work on the project Tudor and Jacobean Portraits (Online catalogue)

Courtauld Institute of Art, for work on the project Visualising British Art (Visualisation and advanced browsing of digital image catalogue)

Publication Grants (Author)

Anne Helmreich, towards the cost of publishing Nature's truth: photography, painting, and science in Victorian Britain

Arnika Schmidt, towards the cost of publishing Nino Costa, 1826-1903: Transnational Exchange in European Landscape Painting

Ayla Lepine, towards the cost of publishing Medieval metropolis: the middle ages and modern architecture

Catherine Roach, towards the cost of publishing Pictures-within-pictures in nineteenth-century Britain

Catriona Murray, towards the cost of publishing Imaging Stuart family politics: dynastic crisis and continuity

Christine Manley, towards the cost of publishing Twentieth century architects: Frederick Gibberd

Clare Backhouse, towards the cost of publishing Fashion and Popular Print in Early Modern England: Depicting Dress in Broadside Ballads

Alex Bremner, towards the cost of publishing Architecture and urbanism in the British Empire

Jane Kamensky, towards the cost of publishing Copley: a life in colour

Martin Heale, towards the cost of publishing The abbots and priors of late Medieval and Reformation England

Michael Hunter, towards the cost of publishing The Image of Restoration Science: the frontispiece to Thomas Sprat's 'History of the Royal Society', 1667

Temi Odumosu, towards the cost of publishing Africans in English caricature, 1769-1819: black jokes, white humour

Publication Grants (Publisher)

British Museum, towards the cost of publishing Bejewelled: men and jewellery in Tudor and Jacobean England

Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum, towards the cost of publishing The Art of Deception: The Work of the Leamington Camouflage Group in the Second World War

Royal Academy Publications, towards the cost of publishing John Gibson RA (1780-1866): the British Canova

I B Tauris, towards the cost of publishing Tattoo: an art history

Liverpool University Press, towards the cost of publishing Public sculpture of Lancashire and Cumbria

Penn State University Press, towards the cost of publishing Nature's truth: photography, painting, and science in Victorian Britain

Yale University Press, towards the cost of publishing Buildings of Scotland guide to Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire

Bitter Lemon Press, towards the cost of publishing Stonypath days: letters between Ian Hamilton Finlay and Stephen Bann, January 1970 - January 1972

LUX, towards the cost of publishing Shoot shoot shoot: the first decade of the London Film-makers' Co-operative and British avant-garde film 1966-1976

Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, towards the cost of publishing Windows and wills: glazing and fenestration bequests in Medieval England and Wales

Reaktion Books, towards the cost of publishing Lancelot Brown and the Capability men: landscape revolution in eighteenth-century England

Educational Programme Grants

National Gallery, London, towards the costs of a two-day international conference Negotiating Art: Dealers and Museums 1855-2015

Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies, University of York, towards the costs of a one-day conference Domesticating the exotic/exoticising the domestic: transmitting and depicting products and animals in the global eighteenth century world

Coventry University, towards the costs of a one-day symposium ‘Visions of the North': Reinventing the Germanic 'North' in Nineteenth-Century British Art and Visual Culture

Downing College, University of Cambridge, towards the costs of a one-day symposium Generation Painting: Abstraction and British Art, 1955-65

Edwardian Culture Network, towards the costs of a one-day symposium Englishness and the Edwardian Landscape

Birkbeck College, University of London, towards the costs of a three-day international conference Leonardo in Britain: Collections and Reception

University of Melbourne, towards the costs of a three-day international conference Human Kind: Transforming Identity in British and Australian Portraits 1700-1914

Paul Mellon Centre Research Support Grants

Alison Clarke, for research on Authenticity and Attribution in the Agnew's and National Gallery Archives 1855-1932

Clarrie Wallis, for research on Rose Wylie

Deepthi Murali, for research on The Agentive Gift: Luxury Objects as Political Brokers and Cultural Mediators in Malabar-British Encounters, 1750-1850

Elizabeth Sarah Berkowitz, for research on Bloomsbury's Byzantium and the Writing of Modern Art

Emily Knight, for research on Casting Presence: the Laurence Hutton Collection of Life and Death Masks

Fiona Mann, for research on Edward Coley-Burne-Jones: Oil Painting Methods and Materials 1857-1898

Grant Lewis, for research on Heraldry and Decorative Painting in Renaissance Scotland

Jo Applin, for research on Alison Wilding

Kaara L. Peterson, for research on Pictures of Health: Portraying the Virgin Queen in sixteenth and seventeenth-century English Art, Literature, and Culture

Katherine Jackson, for research on Total Economy: The Artist Placement Group in 1970s Britain

Lucy Curzon, for research on Women Artists at War: Gender, Modernism, and National Identity, 1939-45

Margaret J. Schmitz, for research on ‘Magnificent Martian-like Monsters': The Futurist City of Alvin Langdon Coburn

Paula Murphy, for research on British- and Irish-American sculptors of Civil War monuments in New York

Rebecca Senior, for research on Allegorising Race: Sir Richard Westmacott's Monument to Lord William Bentinck (1839) and the Abolition of the Sati

Renate Dohmen, for research on British Art in the Colonies: The Case of the Bombay Art Society

Tiffany Charlotte Boyle, for research on AfroScots: Tracing the Presence of Black Artists in Scotland from the 1800s onwards

Barns-Graham Research Support Grant

Sophie Hatchwell, for research on Robert Colquhoun and Robert MacBryde: the Neo-Romantic Body and the Second World War (Funded by the Barns-Graham Charitable Trust)

Andrew Wyld Research Support Grants

Rees Arnott-Davies, for research on Virtual Museums: medicine, Old Masters, and Jan van Rymsdyk's Museum Britannicum (Funded by the Andrew Wyld Fund)