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

Senior Fellowships

Mark Antliff, Duke University, to prepare his book Sculpture against the State: Direct Carving, Gaudier-Brzeska, and the Cultural Politics of Anarchism 

Matthew Craske, Oxford Brookes University, to prepare his book Wright of Derby: the Art of Friendship.

Julian Luxford, University of St Andrews, to prepare his book Medieval Drawings in England, Scotland and Wales: Medium and Message.

Frank Salmon, University of Cambridge, to prepare his bookThe Italian Face of Architecture in Victorian Britain.

Rome Fellowships

Luciana Gallo, for research in Rome onA new chapter in the history of the Elgin Drawings: The Missing Italian Collection.

Jonathan Yarker, University of Cambridge, for research in Rome onThomas Jenkins and the Business of the Grand Tour in Eighteenth-Century Rome. 

Postdoctoral Fellowships

Jessica Berenbeim, Harvard University, to prepare her book Art of Documentation: The Sherborne Missal and the Role of Documents in English Medieval Art.

James Baker, University of Kent, to prepare his book Isaac Cruikshank and the business of satirical printing, 1783-1811.

Tim Buck, University of East Anglia, to prepare his book Reconfiguring the exotic and the modern: British art's engagement with empire in the 1920s.

Rebecca Searle, University of Sussex, to prepare her book Art, Propaganda and the Experience of Aerial Warfare in Britain during the Second World War.

Junior Fellowships

Matthew Fisk, University of California, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his doctoral thesis A Paradox of Elitism: Vision, Risk, Diplomacy in the European Career of Colonel John Trumbull (1756-1843).

Arnika Schmidt, Technische Universität, Dresden, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Giovanni Costa (1826-1903) and transnational exchange in 19th century European landscape painting.

Rebecca Shields, Rutgers University, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis The Space Between: Politics and Urban Development in Seventeenth-Century London.

Educational Programme Grants

Ashmolean Museum:grant towards a lecture series and public study day, 31 May - 18 July 2012: The English Prize: The Capture of the 'Westmorland', an Episode of the Grand Tour.

University of Birmingham: grant towards a conference, 30 November - 1 December 2012: Wyndham Lewis: Networks, Dialogues, and Communities.

University of Cambridge: grant towards a seminar, September 2012: The Wrong Architecture? Evaluating Brutalism.

Dulwich Picture Gallery: grant towards a study day, 12 January 2013: Exploring Cotman's Normandy: England and France in the wake of Waterloo.

King's College London: grant towards a conference, 30 November - 1 December 2012: Writing Materials: Women of Letters from Enlightenment to Modernity.

University of St Andrews: grant towards a conference, 10 - 12 August 2012: Emblems of Nationhood, 1707-1901.

University of York: grant towards a conference, 12 - 13 May 2012: Transition in the Medieval World. 

Research Support Grants

Katy Barrett, for research in the United States on What was the problem with longitude? Science Satire and Society in Augustan England.

Hugh Belsey, for research in Australia and New Zealand for the Catalogue raisonné of portraits by Thomas Gainsborough.

Michael Bird, for research in the United Kingdom on Lynn Chadwick: a British sculptor on the international scene.

Max Browne,for research in the United Kingdom on The Art of Edna Clarke Hall (1879-1979).

Antonio Brucculeri, for research in the United Kingdom on The Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the training of British architects in London 1880-1940.

Mungo Campbell, for research in the United Kingdom on 'A rational taste of resemblance'; Allan Ramsay and the portraiture of learning.

Katelyn Crawford, for research in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Itinerant Portraitists in the Late Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic World. 

Miruna Cuzman, for research in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Trench Modernism - William Orpen's Career as War Artist.

Petrina Dacres, for research in the United Kingdom on Queen Victoria in the Caribbean: Public Sculpture and the Art of Empire.

Sophia Dentzer, for research in the United Kingdom on Decorative vaulting in English Gothic Architecture.

Natasha Eaton, for research in India on Laboratories for Belonging: Exception, emergency and the museum in South Asia.

Donato Esposito, for research in the United States on The Art Collection of Sir Joshua Reynolds.

Manolo Guerci, for research in the United Kingdom on Great houses of the Strand: the ruling élite at home in Tudor and Jacobean London.

Richard Hayes, for research in the United Kingdom on Mapping the Aesthetes: London in the Aesthetic Movement.

Nicola Imrie, for research in Germany and Austria on Mackintosh Architecture: Context, Making and Meaning.

Jacek Jázwierski, for research in the United Kingdom on Ways of Perceiving Pictures during the Grand Tour.

Ruth Kenny,for research in the United Kingdom on The Craze for Pastel: Pastel-Painting in England c.1680-1800.

Conor Lucey, for research in the United Kingdom on English agents of the Irish Adamesque.

Mirco Modolo, for research in the United Kingdom on Collecting and redrawing the past: Bartoli’s drawings in Eighteenth-Century British collections.

Alla Myzelev,for research in the United Kingdom on Creating national pride one stitch at a time: Knitting in painting and visual culture between the wars.

Dorothy Nott, for research in the United Kingdom on Changing representations of British war art from 1850 to 1920.

Carla van de Puttelaar, for research in the United Kingdom on David Scougal, a seventeenth-century Scottish portrait painter.

Mrinalini Rajagopalan, for research in the United Kingdom on Building Histories: Preservation, Politics and the Public in Colonial and Postcolonial Delhi.

Cathryn Spence, for research in the United Kingdom on Trading in the Exotic: Thomas Robins the Elder (1716-1770).

James Taylor, for research in Australia on The relationship between William Westall’s sketches, drawings and watercolours created on the voyage of HMS Investigator 1801-1803 to his Admiralty Australian oil paintings.

T. Barton Thurber, for research in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Rome and the Grand Tour in the Mid-Eighteenth Century.

Julia Ward, for research in the United Kingdom on Jan Siberechts: A Flemish Painter of Innovative Estate Portraiture and Landscapes in late seventeenth-century England.

David Wilmore,for research in the United Kingdom on James Winston and the Watercolours and Drawings of ‘The Theatric Tourist’ .