• At the autumn 2013 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

  • Ashmolean Museum, to help support a research curator for two years on the project The Kiss of James Gillray from the New College Collection.
  • British Library, to help support a research curator for two years on the project Transforming Topography.
  • Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, to help support two research curators for two years on the project The ecclesiastical work of the British Arts and Crafts Movement, 1850-1914.
  • Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum, to help support a research curator for two years on the project The Art of Deception: The work of the Leamington camouflage group in the Second World War.
  • Royal Academy of Arts, to help support a research curator for one year on the project Jean Étienne Liotard.
  • Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, to help support a research curator for three years on the project Slade Painters in Dorset I: The Edwardians and Slade Painters in Dorset II: Between the Wars.
  • The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, to help support a research curator for eighteen months on the project Stockwell Depot and The London Artists' Studio Movement.
  • Strawberry Hill Trust, to help support a research curator for one year on the project The Strawberry Hill Collection.
  • Tate Britain, to help support a research curator for ten months on the project Bodies of Nature.
  • UCL Art Museum, University College London, to help support a research curator for three years on the project Spotlight on UCL Art Museum's Slade Collections.
  • University of California, to help support a research curator for three years on the project The Art Collection of William Andrews Clark, Jr.
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, to help support a research curator for three years on the project The Work of England: luxury embroideries of the Middle Ages.
  • Watts Gallery, to help support a research curator for two years on the project Watts Gallery Drawings Research and Cataloguing Project.

Publication Grants (Author)

  • Ronald Baxter, towards the cost of publishing The Royal Abbey of Reading.
  • David Bindman, towards the cost of publishing Warm Flesh, Cold Marble: Canova, Thorvaldsen and their Critics.
  • Oliver Bradbury, towards the cost of publishing Sir John Soane's Influence on Architecture, 1791-1980 - A Continuing Legacy.
  • Leo Damrosch, towards the cost of publishing Eternity's Sunrise: An Introduction to William Blake.
  • Paul Dobrazczyk, towards the cost of publishing Iron, Ornament and Architecture in Victorian Britain: Myth and Modernity, Excess and Enchantment.
  • Alison FitzGerald, towards the cost of publishing Silver in Georgian Dublin: Making, Selling, Consuming.
  • Keren Hammerschlag, towards the cost of publishing Frederic Leighton: Death, Mortality, Resurrection.
  • Edward Juler, towards the cost of publishing Grown but not Made: British Modernist Sculpture and the New Biology.
  • Yat Ming Loo, towards the cost of publishing The Chinese East End.
  • Henry Miller, towards the cost of publishing Politics Personified: Portraiture, Caricature and Visual Culture in Britain, 1830-1880.
  • Lucy Peltz, towards the cost of publishing Facing the Text: Extra-Illustration, Print Culture, and Society in Britain, 1769-1840.
  • Gregory Salter, towards the cost of publishing Cold War At Home: John Bratby, The Self and the Nuclear Threat.
  • Rosemary Shirley, towards the cost of publishing Everyday Country: Rural Modernity, Everyday Life and Visual Culture.
  • Julia Skelly, towards the cost of publishing Wasted Looks: Addiction and British Visual Culture, 1751-1919.
  • Kimberley Skelton, towards the cost of publishing The Paradox of Body, Building and Motion in Seventeenth-Century England.
  • Joy Sleeman, towards the cost of publishing Five Sites for Five Sculptures: Roelof Louw and British Sculpture since the 1960s.
  • Rebecca Wade, towards the cost of publishing Art versus Industry? New Perspectives on Visual and Industrial Cultures in Nineteenth-Century Britain.
  • Publication Grants (Publisher)
  • Ben Uri Gallery, London Jewish Museum of Art, towards the cost of publishing Sarah MacDougall (Ed): The Spirit of Place: Joan Eardley, Sheila Fell, Eva Frankfurther, Josef Herman, L S Lowry.
  • Fitzwilliam Museum, towards the cost of publishing David Alexander: Caroline Watson (c.1760-1814) and female printmaking in late Georgian England.
  • Harvey Miller Publishers, towards the cost of publishing Ilana Tahan, Evelyn Friedlander, Louise Hofman and Vivian Mann: An English Heritage, Jewish Ceremonial art.
  • Huntington Library Press, towards the cost of publishing Lucy Peltz: Facing the Text: Extra-illustration, Print Culture, and Society in Britain, 1769-1840.
  • Institute of Contemporary Arts, towards the cost of publishing Anne Massey and Gregor Muir (Eds): A History of the Institute of Contemporary Arts: 40 Years of Modern Art - Cybernetic Serendipity.
  • Leeds Art Fund, towards the cost of publishing Evelyn Silber (Ed): Festschrift for Terry Friedman.
  • London Parks and Gardens Trust, towards the cost of publishing Todd Longstaffe-Gowan (Ed): The London Gardener, vol. 18 (2013/14).
  • Lund Humphries Publishers, towards the cost of publishing Paul Hills and Ariane Bankes: The Art of David Jones.
  • Manchester University Press, towards the cost of publishing Edward Juler: Grown but not Made: British Modernist Sculpture and the New Biology.
  • Modern Art Press, towards the cost of publishing Toby Treves: Peter Lanyon: catalogue raisonné of the oil paintings and three-dimensional works.
  • Parthian Books, towards the cost of publishing: Peter Lord: A New History of Welsh Art.
  • Paul Holberton Publishing,towards the cost of publishing Steven Parissien (Ed): Canaletto - Celebrating Britain.
  • Pontifical Institute for Mediaeval Studies, towards the cost of publishing Jessica Berenbeim: Art of Documentation: Documents and Visual Culture in England, c.1250-c.1450.
  • Public Monuments and Sculpture Association,towards the cost of publishing Jill Seddon and Peter Seddon: Public Sculpture of Sussex.
  • Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, towards the cost of publishing Brendan Flynn: A Place for Art: The Story of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.
  • Royal Pavilion & Museums, towards the cost of publishing Stella Beddoe: A Piece of the Action - Henry Willett's Ceramic History of Britain.
  • Seraphim Press Ltd, towards the cost of publishing William Waters: Edward Burne-Jones, Henry Holiday & Pre-Raphaelite Stained Glass 1870-1898.
  • Spire Books, towards the cost of publishing Michael Hill: West Dorset Country Houses.
  • Tate Britain, towards the cost of publishing Andrew Wilson (Ed): Painting Now: Five Contemporary Artists.
  • Twentieth Century Society, towards the cost of publishing Elain Harwood and Alan Powers (Eds): Cross-country: architect-designed houses of the twentieth century.
  • Wallace Collection, towards the cost of publishing Lucy Davis and Mark Hallett (Eds): Sir Joshua Reynolds: Experiments in Paint.
  • Watts Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Nicholas Tromans (Ed): Ellen Terry: The Painters' Actress.
  • Whitechapel Gallery, towards the cost of publishing Kirsty Ogg: Contemporary Art Society and Whitechapel Gallery Collections Displays.
  • William Shipley Group, towards the cost of publishing Susan Bennett (Ed): 'Almost Forgotten': The International Exhibition of 1862.

Educational Programme Grants

  • Central St Martins College of Art and Design: grant towards a two-day symposium: Recovering Fonthill 1560-2013.
  • Holburne Museum, Bath: grant towards a study day: Joseph Wright of Derby - Bath and Beyond.
  • Institute of Contemporary Arts: grant towards a programme of talks: Richard Hamilton: Talks Programme.
  • University of Leeds: grant towards a two-day conference: The Period Room: Museum, Material, Experience.

Research Support Grants

  • Antonio Brucculeri, for research in the United Kingdom on The École des Beaux-Arts and the training of British architects in London, 1860-1960.
  • Philip Cottrell, for research in the United Kingdom on 'An Ideal Gallery on Paper’: Sir George Scharf’s Survey of British Collections, 1856/7.
  • Clarisse Godard Desmarest, for research in the United Kingdom on Women and Architecture in 18th-century Scotland.
  • Sarah Hendriks, for research in the United Kingdom on Spaces for Secular Music Performance in 17th-century England.
  • Louise Hughes, for research in the United Kingdom on 'As Seen': Modern British Painting and Visual Experience.
  • Allison Ksiazkiewicz, for research in the United Kingdom on Aesthetics, art and the earth sciences.
  • Caroline McGee, for research in the United Kingdom on The work of John Hardman and Company, Birmingham in Ireland, 1850-1914.
  • Diana Maltz, for research in the United Kingdom on The Child in the House: Lifestyle Aestheticism, Visual Culture, and Family Identity, 1800-1910.
  • Chloe Northrop for research in the United Kingdom and Jamaica on Fashioning Creole Society in Eighteenth-century British Jamaica.
  • Caitlin Silberman, for research in the United Kingdom on ‘I Believe We Shall Be Crows’: Thinking with Birds in Britain, 1840-1900.
  • Heidi Strobel, for research in the United Kingdom on Stitching the Stage: Mary Linwood and the Art of Installation Embroidery.
  • Meaghan Whitehead, for research in the United Kingdom on The Wheel of Fortune in Medieval English Art.
  • Michelle Wilkinson, for research in the United Kingdom on V is for Veranda: 'Architecting' in British Guiana.
  • Allison Young, for research in the United Kingdom on 'Torn and Most Whole': Zarina Bhimji and the Culture Wars in Britain, 1970-2002.

Barns-Graham Research Support Grant

  • Lee Hallman, for research in the United Kingdom on Staking Ground: The London Landscapes of Frank Auerbach and Leon Kossoff.