University of St Andrews
The School of Art History at the University of St Andrews announces the creation of the John Phillip Doctoral Scholarship in Spanish Art and Visual Culture, to start in September 2020. This scholarship is available to both Home/EU and Overseas candidates, and is tenable for three years. Funded by the CEEH, it covers tuition fees, plus an annual stipend of £15,285 for living expenses, and an annual research allowance of £5,000.
The doctoral scholarship is named after the nineteenth-century Scottish artist John Phillip (1817-1867), who travelled extensively in Spain, and whose work was strongly inspired by the art of Velázquez and Murillo.
Research projects that focus on the history of Spanish art and visual culture between ca. 1600 and 1700 would be particularly welcome. Proposals devoted to the reception of seventeenth-century Spanish art in later periods, up to ca. 1900 will also be considered.
The University of St Andrews invites applications via its online process until Monday 25 May 2020.
For informal queries, intending applicants may contact Dr José Ramón Marcaida: email@example.com
The CEEH collaborates with the University of St Andrews in association with ARTES – Iberian and Latin-American Visual Arts Group.