- At the spring 2006 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:
- Dr Mark Hallett to complete his book Sir Joshua Reynolds: Portraiture and Display in Eighteenth Century England.
- Prof. Marcia Pointon to complete her book Brilliant Effects: Jewels, Jewellery and their Imagery.
- Prof. Nigel Thorp to complete publication of The Correspondence of James McNeill Whistler
- Dr Andrew Moore for research in Rome on Thomas Coke’s Grand Tour.
- Dr Carole Richardson for research in Rome on The Venerable English College: a study in Anglo-Roman cultural relations, 1361-1920.
- Dr Riann Coulter to prepare three articles on Northern Irish Artists Gerald Dillon and Colin Middleton and the Dublin born artist Louis le Brocquy.
- Dr Davide Deriu to turn his thesis ‘London from Aloft’: The Image of the City in the Photographs of Aerofilms, 1919-1939 into publishable form.
- Dr Hannah Greig to prepare her book The Fashionables: London’s Beau Monde in the Eighteenth century.
- Jongwoo Jeremy Kim to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his doctoral dissertation on Royal Academicians and the Crisis of Masculinity in Modern England.
- Cory Korkow to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral dissertation on Queenship and the Construction of National Identity in Nineteenth-century British Visual Culture.
- Alistair Kwan to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his doctoral dissertation on Architecture in the Pursuit of Knowledge: the modernisation of sciences as told by its built spaces.
- Shalini Seshardi to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral dissertation on Evangelical Imperialism: Holman Hunt and Religious Painting in the Middle East.
- Andrea Wolk to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral dissertation on A Material Empire: Art as Secular Ministry in the Work of Edward Burne-Jones.
Research Support Grants
- Dr Alex Bremner for research in Australia on The history of Anglican architecture in the Antipodes.
- Jessica Buskirk for research in the United Kingdom on Intimacy and Anticipation: the male subject in fifteenth-century personal devotional portraits.
- Alan Crawford for research in the United States on British elements and influence in the work of the American Arts and Crafts architects Charles and Henry Greene.
- Richard Garnier for research in the United States and Europe on The Life and Work of Alexander Roos.
- Dr Cristiano Giometti for research in the United Kingdom on Giovanni Battista Guelfi (1690-1736) The career of a Roman sculptor in Georgian London.
- Dr Stephen Kite for research in the United Kingdom and Italy on Ruskin and Stokes and the architectonic surface: Venice and Verona.
- Alla Myzelev for research in the United Kingdom on Russia in Bloomsbury: Influences of Russian Arts and Crafts Movement in England 1890-1930.
- Patrick Noon for research in the United Kingdom for The Complete Catalogue of the Oil and Watercolour Paintings of Richard Parkes Bonington.
- Dr John Plunkett for research in the United Kingdom on Optical Recreations: A History of Screen Practice 1780-1900.
- Dr Dominic Rahtz for research in the United Kingdom on T.E. Hulme’s Anti-Humanist Theory of Art.
- Dr Mary Roberts for research in Istanbul on Refashioning Images of Empire: British Artists/Ottoman Patrons.
- Dr Urmila Seshagiri for research in the United States on Race and the Modernist Imagination: The Politics of Form, 1890-1930.
- Paul Snell for research in the United States on Sedding in America: Sedding and the Arts and Crafts.
- Dott. Fabrizia Spirito research in the United Kingdom on View Painting and the Grand Tour: Lusieri’s unpublished views and drawings.
- Dr Pamela Trimpe for research in the United Kingdom on Bovine Portraits: Victorian Big Beasts.
- Dana Wheeles for research in the United Kingdom and the United States on Imagining the Renaissance: Art, Historiography and the Nineteenth Century.
- Amelia Jane Yeates for research in the United Kingdom on The Artist and Masculinity in Burne-Jones’s ‘Pygmalion and the Image’ Paintings.
Educational Programme Grants
- Leeds City Art Gallery grant towards a symposium on Frank Brangwyn, 29-30 April 2006.
- Leighton House Museum grant towards a conference in February 2007 on Leighton and his Contemporaries: Drawing in the late nineteenth century.
- Scottish National Portrait Gallery grant towards a international symposium on Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), 10-11 November 2006.
- University of York grant towards an international interdisciplinary conference Rethinking the Baroque, 5-7 July 2006.