Buying, Collecting and Display: Research Partnerships


The Gallery fosters pioneering collaborative research into the history of collecting and display.

Among its achievements is the partnership with the Getty Research Institute, which investigated British art sales, 1780-1800; a conference, organised by the Gallery and Royal Collections, that focussed on Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s patronage of the arts; and the ongoing Collaborative Doctoral Awards investigating diverse aspects of the Gallery’s history.

Collaborative Doctorial Partnerships
Collaborative Doctoral Partnership
Read about the National Gallery's AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership, offered in collaboration with the University of Leeds
Collaborative Doctorial Partnerships
Collaborative Doctoral Partnership
Read about the National Gallery's AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership, offered in collaboration with Birkbeck College, University of London.
Read about a new short-term Curatorial Assistant post at the National Gallery, offered in partnership with the University of York.
Frederic Burton
Collaborative Doctoral Award
Read about the National Gallery's AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award, offered in collaboration with the University of Nottingham.
Framing
Collaborative Doctoral Award
Read about the National Gallery's AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award, offered in collaboration with University College London.
Master of Liesborn: &#39Head of Christ Crucified: Fragment of the Crucifixion Scene'
Collaborative Doctoral Award
Read about the National Gallery's AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award, offered in collaboration with University of York.
Memofonte Eastlake Library Catalogue
The full catalogue of the National Gallery's Eastlake Library has been published online by Fondazione Memofonte in collaboration with the National Gallery
William Charles Ross: 'Prince Albert'
The Royal Collection and the National Gallery have published an e-publication to mark the 151st anniversary of the death of Prince Albert on Friday 14 December 2012
The National Gallery is working with the Getty Research Institute to improve records on British art sales in the crucial decades from 1780 to 1800.