• At the spring 2017 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:

Senior Fellowships

  • Kathryn Rudy, University of St Andrews, to prepare her book Physical Interactions with the Manuscript: Communities of Reader/Viewers in Late Medieval England
  • Steven Brindle, English Heritage, to prepare his book The Pelican History of Art: Architecture in Britain and Ireland, 1530-1840

Rome Fellowship

  • Renée Tobe, University of East London, for research in Rome on Ventri Architectus: Reproducing Classical Idioms of Power and Culture in Film

Mid-Career Fellowships

  • Claire Wintle, University of Brighton, to prepare her book World Cultures Collections, Museums and Changing Britain, 1945-1980
  • Maria Cristina Terzaghi, Roma Tre Univsersity, to prepare her book Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi in London
  • Matthew Greg Sullivan, Tate Britain, to prepare his book Francis Chantrey and the Strata of History: Portrait Sculpture, History, and Geology in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain
  • Mercedes Ceron, The British Library, to prepare her book The collections of Francis Douce (1757-1834)
  • Monica Sassatelli, Goldsmiths, University of London, to prepare her book Displaying the nation in a cosmopolitan age: Britain at the Venice Biennale

Postdoctoral Fellowships

  • Amy Tobin, Goldsmiths, University of London, to prepare articles regarding Cecilia Vicuna in London: Art, Exile and Protest in the 1970s
  • Caroline Rae, Courtauld Institute of Art, to prepare her articles “A Secret History: Sir Robert Cecil, a Venetian Mosaic, and the Discovery of a Lost Portait by John de Critz”, “Master and Servant: Illuminating the Oeuvre and Workshop Practice of John de Critz the Elder”, “Changing Faces: New findings on Marchus Gheeraerts the Younger” and “’The work of God and not of man,’ Gilding and the English Renaissance Portrait"
  • Elisabeth Gernerd, University of Edinburgh, to prepare her book Tetes to Tails: Eighteenth-Century Underwear and Accessories
  • Taylor McCall, University of Cambridge, to prepare her book Illuminating the Interior: Anatomical Imagery in Medieval European Art and Thought
  • Zoe Thomas, University of Birmingham/University of Oxford, to prepare her book Women Art Workers and the Arts and Crafts Movement, 1870-1939

Junior Fellowships

  • Elyse Nelson to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her dissertation Antonio Canova and His British Patrons: The Late Works (1814-22) and Restoration Europe
  • Federica Soletta to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Photography and the Origin of Architectural History
  • Leila Harris to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Labor and the Picturesque: Photography, Propaganda and the Tea Trade in Colonial India and Sri Lanka, 1880-1914
  • Paris Spies-Gans to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Claiming a Visual Voice: How Female Artists Navigated the Revolutionary Era in Britain and France, ca. 1760-1830
  • Rixt Woudstra to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Housing a Continent: Minimalism, Architecture and Human Need in British sub-Saharan Africa

Educational Programme Grants

  • Pallant House Gallery to support the Jessica Dismorr and her Contemporaries symposium
  • University of Glasgow and Mount Stuart to support the The Art of Power: The 3rd Earl of Bute, Politics, Patronage and Collecting symposium
  • Waddesdon Manor and Oxford University to support a workshop on The Jewish Country House
  • Robinson College, Cambridge to support the ‘In glass thy story’: innovation and iconography in the last seventy years of glass art in British and European churches and cathedrals symposium
  • RBSA Gallery to support the RBSA William Gear symposium

Research Support Grants

  • Aleksandr Bierig The London Coal Exchange: Architecture, Environment, Economy
  • Alexandra Gent The technical comparison of three versions of A Nymph and Cupid by Joshua Reynolds
  • Alison Stagg The early training of the Scottish caricaturist, William Charles (1776-1820)
  • Anne-Francoise Morel Preserving the Nation’s Zeal: churches and chapels built in England between 1642-1660
  • Carlotta Falzone Robinson Archibald Knox: British Modernity and Celtic Identity
  • Daniel Bochmn Architectural Afflatus: Designing and Planning Drumlanrig Castle and Dalkeith Palace, 1685-1711
  • Heidi Egginton Collecting for the Nation: Arts Funding and the Public in Britain after 1918
  • Katherine Meynell Elizabeth Friedlander exhibition
  • Katie Herrington research for the exhibition ‘Painting Light and Hope: Annie Swynnerton, A.R.A. (1844-1933)
  • Kristin Mahoney Pre-Raphaelitism and Anti-Colonialist Modernism in Sri Lanka
  • Laura Turner Turner, Ruskin and the storm cloud of the nineteenth century (working title)
  • Louise Box Linking materials and archives: research on the print collection of Elizabeth Seymour Percy, 1st Duchess of Northumberland
  • Mallika Leuzinger At Home and Abroad in Photography: Debalina Majumder (1919-2012) and Manobina Roy (1919-2001)
  • Matthew Hunter Talbot’s Engines: The Chemistry of Power in the Early Anthropocene
  • Sarah Leonard William Morris’s Thames Landscapes: Archival Research
  • Vimalin Rujivacharakul Shapes of the World: Banister Fletcher and His Book