Current research projects being undertaken by staff in the Department of Prints and Drawings:

German Romantic prints and drawings, supported by
a private donor
Staff: Giulia Bartrum

Multi-volume catalogue of prints by Wenceslaus Hollar, supported by Sound & Vision
Staff: Giulia Bartrum

French sixteenth- and seventeenth-century drawings with a particular focus on Jacques Callot and Claude Lorrain, for the collection online
Staff: Hugo Chapman

American prints from 1960 to the present
Staff: Stephen Coppel 

Nineteenth-century French prints for the collection online, funded by various donations
Staff: Charlotte Lepetoukha  

Prints and drawings made in Spain from the Renaissance to Goya, supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, J. Paul Getty Trust and Centro de Estudios Hispánica (CEEH)
Staff: Mark McDonald 

The Enterprise of Engraving: the production of religious prints in Florence, 1460-1485, British Museum/Courtauld Institute of Art Collaborative Doctoral Award, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council
Staff: Mark McDonald supervising Emily Gray

Prints and drawings of London, for the collection online, supported by the London Topographical Society
Staff: Anna Maude

British satirical prints before 1770 for the collection online
Staff: Sheila O’Connell with Rosemary Baker  

Eighteenth and nineteenth-century British prints, for the collection online, funded by the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art
Staff: Chizuko Owada, Margaret Schutzer-Weissmann, Marianne Yule

Natural history drawings from the collection of Sir Hans Sloane, for the collection online, funded by Anne Christopherson
Staff: Felicity Roberts  

Reconstructing Sloane: major inter-institutional research and digitisation project with British Library and Natural History Museum, initial phase, funding to be sought
Staff: Kim Sloan 

Netherlandish drawings from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, for the collection online
Staff: An Van Camp