The 2017 HNA Fellowship grants were awarded to the following members:
Angela Ho (George Mason University), Creating Distinctions in Dutch Genre Painting: Repetition and Invention, to be published by Amsterdam University Press.
Anne-Marie Logan (Easton, Connecticut), Peter Paul Rubens. The Drawings, Part I, to be published by Brepols.
Eelco Nagelsmit (most recently postdoctoral research associate at the University of Copenhagen), Come and See: Art and Architecture as Agents of Change in Counter-Reformation Brussels, to be published by Brill.
Anne L. Williams (Virginia Commonwealth University), Satire, St. Joseph and the Centrality of Humor in Sacred Art, ca.1300-1600, to be published by Amsterdam University Press.
We invite members to apply for the 2018 HNA Fellowship. Scholars of any nationality who have been HNA members in good standing for at least two years are eligible to apply. The topic of the research project must be within the field of Northern European art ca. 1400-1800. Up to $2,000 may be requested for purposes such as travel to collections or research facilities, purchase of photographs or reproduction rights, or subvention of a publication. Preference will be given to projects nearing completion (such as books under contract). Winners will be notified in February 2018, with funds to be distributed by April. The application should consist of: (1) a short description of project (1-2 pp); (2) budget; (3) list of further funds applied/received for the same project; and (4) current c.v. A selection from a recent publication may be included but is not required. Pre-dissertation applicants must include a letter of recommendation from their advisor.
Applications should be sent, preferably via e-mail, by December 14, 2017, to Louisa Wood Ruby, Vice-President, Historians of Netherlandish Art. E-mail: WoodRuby@frick.org; Postal address: The Frick Collection and Art Reference Library, 10 East 71 Street, New York NY 10021.