• At the Spring 2006 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:

Senior Fellowships

Dr Mark Hallett to complete his book Sir Joshua Reynolds: Portraiture and Display in Eighteenth Century England.

Prof. Marcia Pointon to complete her book Brilliant Effects: Jewels, Jewellery and their Imagery.

Prof. Nigel Thorp to complete publication of The Correspondence of James McNeill Whistler

Rome Fellowships

Dr Andrew Moore for research in Rome on Thomas Coke’s Grand Tour.

Dr Carole Richardson for research in Rome on The Venerable English College: a study in Anglo-Roman cultural relations, 1361-1920.

Postdoctoral Fellowships

Dr Riann Coulter to prepare three articles on Northern Irish Artists Gerald Dillon and Colin Middleton and the Dublin born artist Louis le Brocquy.

Dr Davide Deriu to turn his thesis ‘London from Aloft’: The Image of the City in the Photographs of Aerofilms, 1919-1939 into publishable form.

Dr Hannah Greig to prepare her book The Fashionables: London’s Beau Monde in the Eighteenth century.

Junior Fellowships

Jongwoo Jeremy Kim to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his doctoral dissertation on Royal Academicians and the Crisis of Masculinity in Modern England.

Cory Korkow to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral dissertation on Queenship and the Construction of National Identity in Nineteenth-century British Visual Culture.

Alistair Kwan to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his doctoral dissertation on Architecture in the Pursuit of Knowledge: the modernisation of sciences as told by its built spaces.

Shalini Seshardi to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral dissertation on Evangelical Imperialism: Holman Hunt and Religious Painting in the Middle East.

Andrea Wolk to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral dissertation on A Material Empire: Art as Secular Ministry in the Work of Edward Burne-Jones.

Research Support Grants

Dr Alex Bremner for research in Australia on The history of Anglican architecture in the Antipodes.

Jessica Buskirk for research in the United Kingdom on Intimacy and Anticipation: the male subject in fifteenth-century personal devotional portraits.

Alan Crawford for research in the United States on British elements and influence in the work of the American Arts and Crafts architects Charles and Henry Greene.

Richard Garnier for research in the United States and Europe on The Life and Work of Alexander Roos.

Dr Cristiano Giometti for research in the United Kingdom on Giovanni Battista Guelfi (1690-1736) The career of a Roman sculptor in Georgian London.

Dr Stephen Kite for research in the United Kingdom and Italy on Ruskin and Stokes and the architectonic surface: Venice and Verona.

Alla Myzelev for research in the United Kingdom on Russia in Bloomsbury: Influences of Russian Arts and Crafts Movement in England 1890-1930.

Patrick Noon for research in the United Kingdom for The Complete Catalogue of the Oil and Watercolour Paintings of Richard Parkes Bonington.

Dr John Plunkett for research in the United Kingdom on Optical Recreations: A History of Screen Practice 1780-1900.

Dr Dominic Rahtz for research in the United Kingdom on T.E. Hulme’s Anti-Humanist Theory of Art.

Dr Mary Roberts for research in Istanbul on Refashioning Images of Empire: British Artists/Ottoman Patrons.

Dr Urmila Seshagiri for research in the United States on Race and the Modernist Imagination: The Politics of Form, 1890-1930.

Paul Snell for research in the United States on Sedding in America: Sedding and the Arts and Crafts.

Dott. Fabrizia Spirito research in the United Kingdom on View Painting and the Grand Tour: Lusieri’s unpublished views and drawings.

Dr Pamela Trimpe for research in the United Kingdom on Bovine Portraits: Victorian Big Beasts.

Dana Wheeles for research in the United Kingdom and the United States on Imagining the Renaissance: Art, Historiography and the Nineteenth Century.

Amelia Jane Yeates for research in the United Kingdom on The Artist and Masculinity in Burne-Jones’s ‘Pygmalion and the Image’ Paintings.

Educational Programme Grants

Leeds City Art Gallery grant towards a symposium on Frank Brangwyn, 29-30 April 2006.

Leighton House Museum grant towards a conference in February 2007 on Leighton and his Contemporaries: Drawing in the late nineteenth century.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery grant towards a international symposium on Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), 10-11 November 2006.

University of York grant towards an international interdisciplinary conference Rethinking the Baroque, 5-7 July 2006.