AHRC Fellowship for Amanda Lillie

Posted on 6 November 2012

We congratulate Amanda Lillie, who has just been awarded an AHRC fellowship for an 18-month research project focussed around an exhibition at the National Gallery in London on "Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting".

Amanda Lillie has just been awarded an AHRC fellowship for an 18-month research project focussed around an exhibition at the National Gallery in London on "Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting". The grant of £ 137 000 will enable Amanda and her colleagues at the National Gallery to create this trans-disciplinary exhibition which will be on display in Spring-Summer 2014. The project also includes a scholarly on-line catalogue, a session on "Visualising Architecture: Fictive Building c. 1300 - c. 1750" at the AAH University of Reading conference (April 2013), an international scholars' symposium at the National Gallery (May 2014), and a students' workshop (September 2014).