• At the autumn 2008 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

  • Castle Howard Estate, to help support a part-time research curator for two years to work on an exhibition, catalogue and conference on George Howard, 9th Earl of Carlisle (1843-1911).
  • Musée du Louvre, to support the final year of work on D'Outre Manche: a database of British Works of Art in French Collections.
  • York Museums Trust, to support a part-time research curator for two years to work on an exhibition on William Etty (1787-1849).

Educational Programme Grants

  • Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, to help support ‘Matthew Boulton Bicentenary’ a public lecture programme at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery between May and September 2009.
  • Cambridge Victorian Studies Group, Cambridge University, to help support ‘From Plunder to Preservation: Britain and the ‘Heritage’ of Empire, c.1820-1940’ an international conference at King’s College, Cambridge, 21-22 March 2009.
  • Tate Britain, to help support ‘Van Dyck and the Aristocratic Image’ an international conference at Tate Britain, 26-27 March 2009.
  • Université Paris Diderot, to help support ‘William Blake’ an international conference at the Institute for English Studies, Université Paris Diderot, 29-30 May 2009.
  • University of York, to help support ‘Anglo-American: Artistic Exchange between Britain and the USA’ an international conference at King’s Manor & Humanities Research Centre, University of York, 23-25 July 2009. 

Research Support Grants

  • Ruth Cribb, towards research and travel costs in the USA for her doctoral thesis ‘Eric Gill and transformative practices in British Sculpture 1909-1940: networks, contexts and contradictions’.
  • Amy Hale, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a publication and exhibition on the work of Ithell Colquhoun.
  • Marina Lopato, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a ‘Catalogue of British Silver in the Hermitage Museum’.
  • Lucinda Middleton, towards research and travel costs in the UK for an exhibition on ‘Henry Bone, his workshop and family’.
  • Temi-Tope Odumosu, towards research and travel costs in the USA for her doctoral thesis ‘The Black Joke: Iconographies of African People in 18th and 19th century English Satirical Prints’.
  • John Potvin, towards research and travel costs in the UK for an article on ‘Lord Ronald Sutherland-Gower: Artist, Dilettante Art Historian, Collector, Decorator’.
  • Robert Proctor, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a book on ‘Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Britain, 1955 to 1975’.
  • Kate Retford, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a book on ‘David Allan and the Conversation Piece in Britain, c.1720-1790’.
  • Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum Trust, towards research and travel costs in the USA and Europe for an exhibition on ‘Constable and Salisbury’.
  • Giovanni Santucci, towards research and travel costs in the UK for work on ‘The Largest Talman Album: a nexus between Catholic and Anglican ecclesiastical architecture’.
  • Amy Sargeant, towards research and travel costs in the UK for a conference paper and article on ‘Port Sunlight: Art, Advertising and Industry’.
  • Evelyn Silber, towards research and travel costs in the UK to work on ‘Selling the moderns in Britain: the Leicester Galleries and the changing face of dealing and collecting in London 1900-1960’.
  • Chiara Teolato, towards research and travel costs in the UK to work on ‘Roman Decorative Bronzes and the Taste for the Antique in the British Country House (1750-1820)’.
  • Gwen Yarker, towards research and travel costs in the UK for an exhibition of 18th century portraiture ‘Georgian Faces’.

Publication Grants (Author)

  • Tarnya Cooper, towards the cost of publishing: Citizen Portrait: Portrait Painting and the Urban Elites of Tudor and Jacobean England and Wales.
  • Katy Deepwell, towards the cost of publishing: Women Artists in Britain between the Two World Wars: ‘A Fair Field and No Favour’.
  • Paul Dobraszczyk, towards the cost of publishing: Into the Belly of the Beast: Exploring London’s Victorian Sewers.
  • Magdalen Evans, towards the cost of publishing: Utmost Fidelity, the Painting Lives of Marianne and Adrian Stokes.
  • Frances Fowle, towards the cost of publishing: Dealing in Impressionism: A Biography of Alexander Reid.
  • Elizabeth Goldring, towards the cost of publishing: The Intellectual and Cultural World of the Early Modern Inns of Court.
  • Michael Hunter, towards the cost of publishing: Printed Images in Early Modern Britain: Essays in Interpretation.
  • Berta Joncus & Jeremy Barlow, towards the cost of publishing: 'The Stage's Glory': John Rich (1692-1761).
  • John McAleer, towards the cost of publishing: Representing Africa: Landscape, exploration and empire in southern Africa, 1780-1870.
  • Matthew Payne & James Payne, towards the cost of publishing: Regarding Thomas Rowlandson, 1757-1827: His Life, Work and Acquaintance.
  • William Pressly, towards the cost of publishing: James Barry (1741-1806): History Painter.
  • Kevin Sharpe, towards the cost of publishing: Representations of Revolutions: Images of Kings and Commonwealths, 1603-1660.
  • Sam Smiles, towards the cost of publishing: Sir Joshua Reynolds: A Life in Art.
  • Banmali Tandan, towards the cost of publishing: British Architecture in Calcutta in the Georgian Age: An Illustrated Gazetteer.
  • Kristina Taylor & Robert Peel, towards the cost of publishing: Three Hundred Years of the Bute Family Landscapes.

Publication Grants (Publisher)

  • Beazley Archive, University of Oxford, towards the cost of publishing: Julia Kagan, The history of gem engraving in Britain from antiquity to the present.
  • Ben Uri Gallery, London Jewish Museum of Art, towards the cost of publishing: Sarah MacDougall & Rachel Dickson (Eds.) The Forced Journey: Artists in Exile in Britain, c.1933-45.
  • Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, towards the cost of publishing: Shena Mason (Ed.) Matthew Boulton: selling what all the world desires.
  • British School at Rome, towards the cost of publishing: Robert Coates-Stephens & Valerie Scott, Images from the Past: Rome in the Photographs of Peter Paul Mackay 1890-1901.
  • British School at Rome, towards the cost of publishing: David Marshall, Susan Russell and Karin Wolfe (Eds.) Roma Britannica: Art Patronage and Cultural Exchange in eighteenth-century Rome.
  • Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, towards the cost of publishing: Sophia Wilson & Anne Strathie (Eds.) Hugh Willoughby: The Man who loved Picassos.
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., towards the cost of publishing: Philip Brookman (Ed.) Helios: The Art of Eadweard Muybridge.
  • Dorset Natural History & Archaeological Society, towards the cost of publishing: Gwen Yarker, Georgian Faces.
  • Editions Nicolas Chaudun,towards the cost of publishing: Pascal Dupuy, Les caricatures anglaises face à la Révolution française et à l’Empire. Collections du Musée Carnavalet.
  • Francis Boutle Publishers, towards the cost of publishing: Hazel Harradence & Ronald Perry, Silvanus Trevail: Cornish Architect and Entrepreneur.
  • Georg Olms Verlag, towards the cost of publishing: Grischka Petri, Arrangement in Business: the Art Markets and the Career of James McNeill Whistler.
  • Hogarth Arts Ltd, towards the cost of publishing: Matthew Payne & James Payne, Regarding Thomas Rowlandson, 1757-1827. His Life, Work and Acquaintance.
  • Manchester University Press, towards the cost of publishing: Katy Deepwell, Women Artists in Britain between the Two World Wars: ‘A Fair Field and No Favour’.
  • Master Drawings Association, towards the cost of publishing: Hugh Belsey, A second supplement to John Hayes’s The Drawings of Thomas Gainsborough.
  • National Galleries of Scotland, towards the cost of publishing: Christopher Baker, Catalogue of English Drawings and Watercolours, 1600-1900.
  • National Maritime Museum Publishing, towards the cost of publishing: Pieter van der Merwe (Ed.) The Queen's House: A social and architectural history.
  • Nottingham City Museums & Galleries, towards the cost of publishing: John Bonehill & Stephen Daniels (Eds.) Picturing Britain: Paul Sandby 1731-1809.
  • Oxford University Press (India), towards the cost of publishing: Jennifer Howes, Illustrating India: The Early Colonial Investigations of Colin Mackenzie (1784-1821).
  • La Providence: The French Hospital, towards the cost of publishing: Tessa Murdoch & Randolph Vigne, The French Hospital in England: Its Huguenot History and Collections.
  • Public Monuments and Sculpture Association, towards the cost of publishing: Philip Ward-Jackson, Public Sculpture of Westminster.
  • Sansom & Company Ltd, towards the cost of publishing: Sam Smiles (Ed.) Sir Joshua Reynolds: A Life in Art.
  • Spire Books Ltd, towards the cost of publishing: Paul Dobraszczyk, Into the Belly of the Beast: Exploring London’s Victorian Sewers.
  • Tate Publishing, towards the cost of publishing: Martin Myrone (Ed.) William Blake: The 1809 Descriptive Catalogue.
  • Walpole Society, towards the cost of publishing: Walpole Society Journal 2009.
  • Yale University Press, towards the cost of publishing: Kevin Sharpe, Representations of Revolutions: Images of Kings and Commonwealths, 1603-1660.