Displaying Victorian Sculpture/AHRC-Funded PhD - 'Displaying Italian Sculpture' (2011-14)

Charlotte Drew (PhD York)Funded through the AHRC grant for the 'Displaying Victorian Sculpture' research project.

Awardee: Charlotte Drew

Thesis Title: 'Displaying Italian Sculpture: Exploring Artistic Hierarchies at the South Kensington Museum, 1852–62' 

Duration: 2011-2014

SupervisorsProfessor Jason Edwards (University of York) and Professor Michael Hatt (University of Warwick).

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Charlotte Drew was a member of the research team for Displaying Victorian Sculpture, a major collaborative project between the departments of History of Art at the universities of York and Warwick and the Yale Center for British Art.

As part of the Displaying Victorian Sculpture project, she curated a Library Display at the Henry Moore Institute in 2014: Albert Toft: A Lesson in Modelling and Sculpture.

 

Main image: Paul Comolera, Peacock (1873), majolica, produced by Minton & Co. (detail), Walker Art Gallery. Photo (detail): ©Charlotte Drew

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