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The Department would like to congratulate alumna Temi Odumosu (PhD, 2012) on winning the Historians of British Art award for a single-authored book with a subject between 1600-1800 for "Africans in English Caricature 1769–1819: Black Jokes White Humour"
The Department would like to congratulate the students selected to accompany Dr Mahon to New York for the 6th Cambridge-Columbia symposium on 8 April 2016 : Taylor McCall , Angelica Federici, David Zagoury, Julien Domercq, Tom Young and Neylan Bağcıoğlu
Rosalind Polly Blakesley’s latest book, The Russian Canvas: Painting in Imperial Russia 1757-1881 has just been published by Yale University Press and she has also curated and written the catalogue for the exhibition Russia and the Arts in London
CCRAC Conference Bursaries: Russia: Courtly Gifts and Cultural Diplomacy, 22 March 2019
The Department would like to congratulate PhD student Will Aslet for winning the Hawksmoor Medal for his essay entitled 'Upon the Instructions of the Greatest Masters in Italy: James Gibbs's Training and the Establishment of his Career in London'
The department would like to congratulate alumna Christine Pungong on being shortlisted for the Association for Art History’s undergraduate dissertation prize
The Department is pleased to announce that The Art and Science of the Church Screen in Medieval Europe edited by Spike Bucklow, Lucy Wrapson and Richard Marks has just been published by Boydell and Brewer
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Hannah Malone, a former PhD student in our Department and a JRF at Magdalene College, on the publication of her book “Architecture, Death and Nationhood: Monumental Cemeteries of Nineteenth-Century Italy"
The Department is pleased to announce that Dr Hannah Malone, a former PhD student in our Department and a current JRF at Magdalene College, has been awarded a Humboldt Research Fellowship at the Freie Universität in Berlin for two years from October 2017
Alumna artist Jessica Poon will be showing her work at the Other Art Fair at Victoria House, London
The Department would like to congratulate PhD student Akemi Herráez Vossbrink who has been appointed to a two-year Spanish Painting Curatorial Fellowship at The National Gallery, London
The Department is very sad to have to announce the death of Professor David Watkin at the age of 77.
Major Dorothea Tanning show curated by Dr Mahon will soon open at Tate Modern in February
Our final year students sitting Dr Mahon's Politics of Display paper enjoyed a trip to Wysing Arts Centre
The Faculty of Architecture & History of Art invites applications to the 2019 round of the Leverhulme Trust early Career Fellowship competition
The list of speakers for “Russia: Courtly Gifts and Cultural Diplomacy” (22 March 2019), organised by the Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre in collaboration with the Royal Collection Trust, is now available
On the 19th of October, the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art is hosting an evening research seminar to discuss the results of The Digital Pilgrim Project.
International Conference ‘The Role of Printed Media in Forming National Identity in Russia and Britain’ P. G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University in collaboration with The Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre (CCRAC) and Moscow Lomonosov State University
International Symposium: ‘A very different Cambridge college: Ralph Erskine and the invention of Clare Hall’. Clare Hall, Herschel Road, Cambridge. Saturday, 15th October 2016, 10am
We are delighted to announce that two researchers at the History of Art Department have been awarded a Paul Mellon Centre digital project grant
Printing Colour 1400-1700, edited by Ad Stijnman and Elizabeth Savage, has been cited for an honourable mention in the 2016 International Fine Print Dealers (IFPDA) Book Award
The Department is delighted to announce that Dr Rosalind Polly Blakesley, Head of Department and Reader in Russian and European Art, has been awarded the Pushkin Medal.
The Department is delighted to announce the publication of Decorated Revisited: English Architectural Style in Context, 1250-1400
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Nicola Kozicharow on her appointment as an Early Career Research Fellow at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. The fellowship will commence on 1 October 2017 and is tenable for three years
Doctoral research reveals hidden depths of historic wallpaper
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Susanna Berger on the publication of her highly acclaimed book, 'The Art of Philosophy'
Dr Alyce Mahon participates in Art Matters podcast: let's talk about erotic art
Kettle’s Yard and the History of Art Faculty have sponsored third year Art Historian Iman Khakoo to spend a month in Venice with the British Council’s Research-Stewarding Fellowship
Kettle’s Yard’s Learning and Engagement Assistant Imogen Phillips caught up with Iman half way through her time in Venice.
The Department congratulates Prof. Deborah Howard on winning the Bainton History / Theology Prize for her book 'The Sacred Home in Renaissance Italy'
We are happy to announce the appointment of Dr Mary-Ann Middelkoop to the position of Unestablished Teaching Associate in twentieth-century and contemporary art history. Dr Middelkoop will be joining us on 7 October, and will be with us for two years.