New Collaborative PhDs with Tate and National Gallery, London (2017)

The History of Art Department at the University of York is currently advertising two new AHRC-funded collaborative PHD studentships, to start in October 2017.

In partnership with Tate: ‘The Landscape Painter’s Studio in the Age of Exhibitions: Private Galleries in London, from Gainsborough to Constable and Turner, c.1780–1850’ – supervised by Dr Richard Johns (University of York) and Dr Martin Myrone (Lead Curator of British Art to 1800, Tate Britain).  See the Department website for details.

In partnership with the National Gallery, London: ‘Settings and Subjects in Early Netherlandish Painting’ – supervised by Dr Jeanne Nuechterlein (University of York) and Dr Susan Foister (Deputy Director and Curator of Early Netherlandish, German and British Painting, National Gallery). Again, see the Department website for details.

Image: John Constable, Fen Lane, East Bergholt, ?1817, oil on canvas; © Tate (2017), available under a CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 (Unported) licence -