• At the Spring 2017 meeting of the Centre‚Äôs Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:

Senior Fellowships

Kathryn Rudy, University of St Andrews, to prepare her book Physical Interactions with the Manuscript: Communities of Reader/Viewers in Late Medieval England

Steven Brindle, English Heritage, to prepare his book The Pelican History of Art: Architecture in Britain and Ireland, 1530-1840  

Rome Fellowship

Renée Tobe, University of East London, for research in Rome on Ventri Architectus: Reproducing Classical Idioms of Power and Culture in Film

Mid-Career Fellowships

Claire Wintle, University of Brighton, to prepare her book World Cultures Collections, Museums and Changing Britain, 1945-1980 

Maria Cristina Terzaghi, Roma Tre Univsersity, to prepare her book Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi in London 

Matthew Greg Sullivan, Tate Britain, to prepare his book Francis Chantrey and the Strata of History: Portrait Sculpture, History, and Geology in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain 

Mercedes Ceron, The British Library, to prepare her book The collections of Francis Douce (1757-1834) 

Monica Sassatelli, Goldsmiths, University of London, to prepare her book Displaying the nation in a cosmopolitan age: Britain at the Venice Biennale  

Postdoctoral Fellowships

Amy Tobin, Goldsmiths, University of London, to prepare articles regarding Cecilia Vicuna in London: Art, Exile and Protest in the 1970s 

Caroline Rae, Courtauld Institute of Art, to prepare her articles “A Secret History: Sir Robert Cecil, a Venetian Mosaic, and the Discovery of a Lost Portait by John de Critz”, “Master and Servant: Illuminating the Oeuvre and Workshop Practice of John de Critz the Elder”, “Changing Faces: New findings on Marchus Gheeraerts the Younger” and “’The work of God and not of man,’ Gilding and the English Renaissance Portrait"

Elisabeth Gernerd, University of Edinburgh, to prepare her book Tetes to Tails: Eighteenth-Century Underwear and Accessories 

Taylor McCall, University of Cambridge, to prepare her book Illuminating the Interior: Anatomical Imagery in Medieval European Art and Thought 

Zoe Thomas, University of Birmingham/University of Oxford, to prepare her book Women Art Workers and the Arts and Crafts Movement, 1870-1939   

Junior Fellowships

Elyse Nelson to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her dissertation Antonio Canova and His British Patrons: The Late Works (1814-22) and Restoration Europe 

Federica Soletta to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Photography and the Origin of Architectural History 

Leila Harris to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Labor and the Picturesque: Photography, Propaganda and the Tea Trade in Colonial India and Sri Lanka, 1880-1914 

Paris Spies-Gans to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Claiming a Visual Voice: How Female Artists Navigated the Revolutionary Era in Britain and France, ca. 1760-1830 

Rixt Woudstra to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Housing a Continent: Minimalism, Architecture and Human Need in British sub-Saharan Africa

Educational Programme Grants

Pallant House Gallery to support the Jessica Dismorr and her Contemporaries symposium 

University of Glasgow and Mount Stuart to support the The Art of Power: The 3rd Earl of Bute, Politics, Patronage and Collecting symposium 

Waddesdon Manor and Oxford University to support a workshop on The Jewish Country House

Robinson College, Cambridge to support the ‘In glass thy story’: innovation and iconography in the last seventy years of glass art in British and European churches and cathedrals symposium 

RBSA Gallery to support the RBSA William Gear symposium 

Research Support Grants

Aleksandr Bierig The London Coal Exchange: Architecture, Environment, Economy 

Alexandra Gent The technical comparison of three versions of A Nymph and Cupid by Joshua Reynolds 

Alison Stagg The early training of the Scottish caricaturist, William Charles (1776-1820) 

Anne-Francoise Morel Preserving the Nation’s Zeal: churches and chapels built in England between 1642-1660 

Carlotta Falzone Robinson Archibald Knox: British Modernity and Celtic Identity 

Daniel Bochmn Architectural Afflatus: Designing and Planning Drumlanrig Castle and Dalkeith Palace, 1685-1711 

Heidi Egginton Collecting for the Nation: Arts Funding and the Public in Britain after 1918 

Katherine Meynell Elizabeth Friedlander exhibition 

Katie Herrington research for the exhibition ‘Painting Light and Hope: Annie Swynnerton, A.R.A. (1844-1933)

Kristin Mahoney Pre-Raphaelitism and Anti-Colonialist Modernism in Sri Lanka 

Laura Turner Turner, Ruskin and the storm cloud of the nineteenth century (working title) 

Louise Box Linking materials and archives: research on the print collection of Elizabeth Seymour Percy, 1st Duchess of Northumberland

Mallika Leuzinger At Home and Abroad in Photography: Debalina Majumder (1919-2012) and Manobina Roy (1919-2001) 

Matthew Hunter Talbot’s Engines: The Chemistry of Power in the Early Anthropocene 

Sarah Leonard William Morris’s Thames Landscapes: Archival Research 

Vimalin Rujivacharakul Shapes of the World: Banister Fletcher and His Book