• At the spring 2015 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:

Senior Fellowships

  • Ian Campbell, University of Edinburgh, to prepare his book Renaissances in Scottish Architecture, c.1370-1745
  • Stephen Daniels, University of Nottingham, to prepare his book ‘Map-work’: John Britton and the Reform of Topography in Nineteenth-Century Britain

Rome Fellowship

  • Caspar Pearson, University of Essex, for research in Rome on The renaissance of the Renaissance? Architecture and Urbanism between Italy and England

Mid-Career Fellowships

  • Alice Correia, University of Salford, to prepare her book Articulating Contemporary British Asian Art Histories
  • Manolo Guerci, University of Kent, to prepare his book Great houses of the Strand: the Ruling Elite at Home in Tudor and Jacobean London
  • Matthew Reeve, Queen’s University, Ontario, to prepare his book Gothic Architecture, Aesthetics and Sexuality in the Circle of Horace Walpole c.1740-90
  • James Rothwell, The National Trust, to prepare his book Politics, diplomacy and 18th-century European court culture; the Ickworth silver, 1690-1775

Postdoctoral Fellowships

  • William Bainbridge, Durham University, to prepare his book Peaks & Pencils: The Dolomite Mountains in Victorian Illustrated Books
  • Caroline Fuchs, Bavarian State Painting Collection, to prepare her book Colour Values: Autochrome Colour Photography in Britain
  • Victoria Horne, University of Edinburgh, to prepare articles and a book “Our project is not to add to art history, but to change it.” The establishment of the UK Associations of Art Historians, 1974-90 and ‘BLOCK Magazine and the ‘New’ Approaches in British Art History’ and Publishing Dissent: Radical Periodicals and British Art History, 1979-89
  • Allison Ksiazkiewicz, University of Cambridge, to prepare her book Archetypes of Nature: visualizing geological landscape during the British Enlightenment
  • Laura Slater, University of York, to prepare her book Art and Political Thought in Medieval England
  • Sean Willcock, Queen Mary, University of London, to prepare his book The Aesthetics of Conflict: Art, Photography and Geopolitics in the Victorian Period

Junior Fellowships

  • Andrea Bacciolo, Universität Wien,to conduct research in the United Kingdom for his doctoral thesis The Barberini and the British Isles. Art and diplomacy between Rome and London (1623-1679)
  • Erin McKellar, Boston University,to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Tomorrow on Display: American and British Housing Exhibitions, 1940-1955
  • Laurel Peterson, Yale University,to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis The Decorated Interior: Artistic Production in the British Country House, 1688-1745
  • Allison Young, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis'Torn and Most Whole': Zarina Bhimji and the 'Culture Wars' in Britain, 1970-2002

Research Support Grants

  • Susan Bean for research on Modeling Cosmos and Colony: India's Clay Sculpture in the 19th Century Georgina Cole for research on Representations of blindness in eighteenth-century British art
  • Christopher Cowell for research on The Cantonments of India: A Hidden Theater of British Rule, 1746-1924
  • Anne Goodchild for research on The early and mid-career work of Victor Pasmore (c.1929-1969)
  • Ada Grochowska for research on Woodcarving in Anglo-Dutch relationships in the second half of the seventeenth century
  • Sonal Khullar for research on Fertile Grounds: Art, Primitivism, and Postcoloniality in Twentieth-Century India and Great Britain
  • JoAnne Mancini for research on Anglo-Spanish conflict and the transformation of art and architecture
  • Maryam Ohadi-Hamadani for research on Reforming the Canon of British Modernism: Commonwealth artists in London, 1956-1970
  • Helen Pierce for research on The Art of the Interregnum
  • Catherine Sloan for research on Radical Post-War Pedagogies in British Art: Basic Design
  • Alice Strickland for research on Women artists of the First World War: Anna Airy, Flora Lion, Lucy Kemp-Welch, Victoria Monkhouse and Olive Edis
  • Astrid Swenson for research on The Restoration of Crusader Architecture in the British Mediterranean
  • Zoe Thomas for research on The Women's Guild of Arts and the Arts and Crafts scene in London, c.1880-1930
  • Emily Turner for research on British Missionary Infrastructure Development in the Canadian North, c.1850-1914
  • Frederica Van Dam for research on Flemish migrant painters in England between 1560 and 1620
  • Nicholas Webb for research on Modelling Medieval Vaults: A digital analysis of Wells Cathedral Aisles
  • Dominic Wilkinson and Andrew Crompton for research on F.X. Velarde: The modern European church

Educational Programme Grants

  • British Film Institute grant towards a series of lectures and seminars, April 2015: Cinema Born Again
  • British Library grant towards a workshop, 29 October 2015: British Library Prints and Drawings: image, evidence, history
  • University of Exeter grant towards a colloquium, 3-4 December 2015: Fancy-Fantasie-Capriccio: Diversions and Distractions in the Eighteenth Century
  • Gainsborough's House grant towards a conference, 29-30 October 2015: The Painting Room: New research into the painting practices of artists in the 18th century
  • Hepworth Wakefield grant towards a conference, 6 June 2015: Décor: A Conference
  • Jerwood Gallery grant towards a study day, Autumn 2015: Lowry by the Sea
  • University of Lincoln grant towards a conference, April 2016: Duncan Grant murals in Lincoln Cathedral: Contemporary Responses and Perspectives
  • Museum of London grant towards a conference, 11-12 September 2015: The Look of Austerity
  • National Portrait Gallery grant towards a workshop, 21 April 2015: George Scharf and the emergence of the museum professional in nineteenth-century Britain
  • University of St Andrews grant towards a workshop, June 2015: Curating Materiality: Feminism and Contemporary Art History in the UK
  • Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds grant towards a symposium, 29 May 2015: Bohemians and marginal communities in the 18th century: George Morland in context