Ms Isobel Ruby Muir
Jewish Collectors and Donors at the National Gallery (c.1830-1945), a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership with the National Gallery, London.
|Jewish Collectors and Donors at the National Gallery (c.1830-1945), a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership with the National Gallery, London. in the Department of History|
AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Student - 'Jewish Collectors, Agents and Donors at the National Gallery, 1824 - 1936'
My PhD is co-supervised by Dr Tom Stammers (Durham), Dr Susanna Avery-Quash (National Gallery, London) and Dr Silvia Davoli.
Prior to studying at Durham, I was Assistant Curator of Painting and Assistant to the Chief Surveyor, Royal Collection Trust. Previously, I held roles in the Learning Department at Dulwich Picture Gallery and an exhibition design firm, Metaphor. I obtained an MA in History of Art at the Courtauld Institute in 2015, and a BA(Hons) in History of Art from the University of Cambridge, in 2014.
- The Art Market
- The History of Collecting
- The History of Museums and Art Galleries