ARTES is delighted to announce the creation of a fully funded doctoral scholarship in Spanish art-historical studies, commencing at The Courtauld Institute in London in the academic year 2017/18.
The scholarship has been created through the generosity of CEEH (Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica), in association with ARTES
The Courtauld Institute is one of the world’s leading centres for art-historical research, and the scholarship will cover The Courtauld’s Home/EU/International tuition fees for three years (or four if required), together with an annual stipend of £12,000 for living costs and travel.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should apply to The Courtauld’s PhD programme following the standard process, and then submit an application via the Courtauld Scholarship application form
Applicants must demonstrate that Spanish art, architecture or visual culture forms the focus of their proposed research topic, and are advised to contact prospective supervisors to discuss research proposals well before the application deadline of 9 January 2017. As a minimum applicants are expected to hold a postgraduate qualification such as an MA or equivalent by the time they begin their doctoral studies, and should have at least reading knowledge in Spanish or Catalan. In the first instance applicants should send prospective supervisors a CV, sample of written work in English, and a 300 word proposal. In assessing applications the scholarship committee will consider the extent to which the research proposal falls under the supervisor’s areas of research expertise.
Nicola Jennings (Courtauld Institute): Bartolomé Bermejo’s St Michael Juan de Flandes’ Christ Appearing to the Virgin Michael Sittow ‘sThe Ascension
12:00 AGM (Sainsbury Wing Conference Room)
14:00 East Wing: Room 30
Peter Schade (Head of Framing): Recent framing projects (incl. Valdes Leal) Larry Keith (Head of Conservation and Keeper): Restoration of Velázquez’s Christ in the House of Martha and Mary Xavier Bray: Goya’s Portrait of Andres del Peral (Room 39) Marjorie Trusted: Velázquez’s St John on Patmos and Immaculate Conception Letizia Treves (Head of Curatorial Department and Curator of Italian and Spanish Paintings 1600-1800): Zurbarán’s two paintings of Saint Francis in Meditation, and display plans Room 30 Susan Wilson: Zurbarán’s St Margaret of Antioch (Room 30) Xanthe Brook: Murillo’s portraits
Closing Lecture: Ronda Kasl (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York),The Sum of Virtues: Sovereignty and Salvation at the Cartuja de Miraflores
17:00-1800, Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, Strand