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

Curatorial Research Grants

  • British Museum, to help support a curator for two years on the research project Napoleon and the British.
  • Charleston Trust, to help support a curator for three years on the research project Studies and insights: Bloomsbury art.
  • Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, to help support a curator for two years on the research project RBSA Bicentenary Exhibition.
  • Royal Collection Trust, to help support a curator for three years on the research project Revising Oliver Millar's Catalogues of the Tudor, Stuart and Georgian Pictures in the Royal Collection.
  • Strawberry Hill Trust, to help support a curator for one year on the research project The Strawberry Hill Collection.

Publication Grants (Author)

  • Stephen Barber, towards the cost of publishing Muybridge: The Eye in Motion.
  • Anne Bordeleau, towards the cost of publishing Charles Robert Cockerell, Architect in Time: Ornaments in the Age of Historicism.
  • Vic Gatrell, towards the cost of publishing Covent Garden, First Bohemia: An Art World in Eighteenth-Century London.
  • Sigrid de Jong, towards the cost of publishing Rediscovering Architecture. Paestum in Eighteenth-century Architectural Experience and Theory.
  • Katerina Loukopoulou, towards the cost of publishing Henry Moore Unbound: A Cultural History of the Sculptor on Film.
  • Heather Meakin, towards the cost of publishing The Painted Closet of Lady Anne Bacon Drury.
  • John Munns, towards the cost of publishing The Cross of Christ and Anglo-Norman Religious Imagination.
  • Amy Sargeant, towards the cost of publishing The Boarding House: From ‘The Lodger’ to   ‘The L-Shaped Room’.
  • Sylvia Shorto, towards the cost of publishing British Houses in Late Mughal Delhi.
  • Ana Maria Suarez Huerta, towards the cost of publishing News about the Irish sculptor Christopher Hewetson. Will and inventory of artworks.
  • Astrid Swenson, towards the cost of publishing The Rise of Heritage: Preserving the Past in France, Germany and England, 1789-1914.
  • William Vaughan, towards the cost of publishing 'Shadows on the Wall' - The Art of Samuel Palmer.
  • Dennis Wardleworth, towards the cost of publishing William Reid Dick, Sculptor.
  • Emily Weeks, towards the cost of publishing Cultures Crossed: John Frederick Lewis (1804-1876) and the Art of Orientalist Painting.
  • Mary (Mo) White, towards the cost of publishing Slide-tape: Key Work in the UK since the 1960s.
  • James Wilkes, towards the cost of publishing A Landscape of Modernity: The Isle of Purbeck in Art and Literature.
  • Linda Zatlin, towards the cost of publishing Aubrey Beardsley: A Catalogue Raisonné (£3,000)

Publication Grants (Publisher)

  • Ashgate Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Heather Meakin: The Painted Closet of Lady Anne Bacon Drury.
  • Ashgate Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Barbara Burman and Ariane Fennetaux: Pockets of History: A Social History of an Everyday Object in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Britain.
  • Ashgate Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Robert Proctor: Church in Concrete: Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Britain, 1955-1975.
  • Bard Graduate Center, New York, towards the cost of publishing Susan Weber (Ed):William Kent, 1686-1748: Designing Georgian Britain.
  • Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art, towards the cost of publishing Sarah MacDougall and Rachel Dickson:'Uproar!': The First 50 Years of the London Group.
  • English Heritage Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Elizabeth McKeller and Julian Holder: Re-Appraising the Neo-Georgian 1880-1970.
  • Holburne Museum,towards the cost of publishing Amina Wright: Joseph Wright of Derby: Bath & Beyond.
  • Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Mungo Campbell (Ed): 'A rational taste of resemblance'; Allan Ramsay and the portraiture of learning.
  • Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd, towards the cost of publishing Judith Collins: Eduardo Paolozzi.
  • Manchester University Press,towards the cost of publishing Gill Perry, Kate Retford, Jordan Vibert and Hannah Lyons: Placing faces: The portrait and the English country house in the long eighteenth century.
  • National Museum Wales, towards the cost of publishing Charlotte Topsfield: Delectable Mountains: Rediscovering James Dickson Innes (1887-1914).
  • Pallant House Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Simon Martin (Ed): British Artists and the Spanish Civil War: Conflict and Conscience.
  • Paul Holberton Publishing, towards the cost of publishing Sam Smiles (Ed): West Country to World's End: The South West in the Tudor Age.
  • Photographers' Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Russell Roberts: This is Your Photo: The Image Worlds of Mass Observation.
  • Public Monuments & Sculpture Association, towards the cost of publishing Darcy White, Elizabeth Norman and David Ball: The Public Sculpture of Sheffield and South Yorkshire.
  • Spire Books, towards the cost of publishing Michael Hill: East Dorset Country Houses.
  • Twentieth Century Society, towards the cost of publishing Alan Powers and Elain Harwood (Eds): Oxford and Cambridge: Twentieth Century Architecture.
  • V&A Publishing, Victoria and Albert Museum, towards the cost of publishing Susan Owens: Drawing in Britain 1600 to the Present Day.
  • Vivid Projects, towards the cost of publishing Mo White (Ed): Slide-tape: Key Work in the UK since the 1960s.
  • Walpole Society, towards the cost of publishing Edward Nygren: James Ward. Paper and Patrons.
  • Watts Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Mark Bills (Ed): Frank Holl.
  • Wentworth Castle Heritage Trust, towards the cost of publishing Patrick Eyres (Ed): Diplomats, Goldsmiths and Baroque Court Culture: Lord Raby in Berlin and at Wentworth Castle, 1701-39.
  • Wolverhampton Art Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Sue Tate: Pauline Boty: Pop Artist and Woman.
  • Yale University Press, towards the cost of publishing David W. Walker and Matthew Woodworth: The Buildings of Scotland: North Aberdeenshire and Moray.

Educational Programme Grants

  • University of York: grant towardsa two-day conference, 26-27 April 2013: British Visual Culture in Crisis, c.1800-Present.
  • Victoria and Albert Museum: grant towardsa two-day conference, 14-15 June 2013: Emerging Empires; England and Muscovy in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.

Research Support Grants

  • Thomas Ardill, for research in the United States on Between God, Art and Mammon: Religious Painting as Public Spectacle in Britain, c.1800-50.
  • Louise Carson, for research in the United Kingdom on The visual culture of the sugar banquet in early modern England.
  • Rosemarie Dias, for research in India on The East India Company and its Images: Production, Patronage, Collecting, 1757-1857.
  • Renate Dohmen, for research in the United Kingdom on The 1883-84 Calcutta International Exhibition, the South Kensington School of Art and Design, and the Politics of World Fairs. A fraught challenge to the Imperial Status Quo.
  • Alice Eden, for research in the United Kingdom on British Art 1880-1920: Representations of Women and Forms of Knowledge.
  • Isobel Hampton, for research in the United Kingdom on Lords of the North? Aristocratic identities in fourteenth century art and architecture.
  • Yat Ming Loo, for research in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Guangzhou on Tracing the Histories of London’s Limehouse Chinatown in China (1860 to 1960).
  • Stephen McNair, for research in the United Kingdom on Southern Gothic: Antebellum Ecclesiology in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
  • Christopher Maxwell, for research in the United States on The American beneficiaries of the Hamilton Palace sales of 1882 and 1919.
  • Daniel Naegele, for research in Canada and the United States on The Letters of Colin Rowe.
  • Anne Nellis Richter, for research in the United Kingdom on Investigation of the Sutherland papers at the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh for a publication: Displaying Art in Early Nineteenth Century London.
  • Mary O'Neill, for research in Denmark on Paintings and photographs of fisherfolk and fishing practices in West Cornwall, 1860-1910.
  • Sheridan Palmer, for research in the United Kingdom The Intellectual Biography of Bernard Smith.
  • Aurélie Petiot, for research in the United Kingdom on Geddes, Lethaby and Crane: alternative case studies.
  • Clare Walcot, for research in the United Kingdom on 1720: The South Sea Scheme and the Visual Arts in Britain.
  • David Waterworth, for research in the United Kingdom on London Artists' Studios Movement (Stockwell Depot & Greenwich Studios).
  • Linda Zatlin, for research in the United Kingdom on Always in Haste, Aubrey Beardsley: The Letters.

Barns-Graham Research Support Grant

  • Lily Foster, for research in the United Kingdom on Interior Paintings by Harold Gilman and Edouard Vuillard.