Curatorial Fellow (Paintings 1600-1800)

Curatorial Fellow (Paintings 1600-1800)
Employer: The National Gallery
Salary: £25,867 - £32,410
Location: London

The Curatorial Fellow is a twenty-two month traineeship, designed to introduce someone who has a good scholarly art historical background in European painting, and with an interest in pursuing a museum career, to the responsibilities of curatorship in a national collection.

The Curatorial Fellow will have the opportunity to be involved in a full range of curatorial practice and to gain experience of a variety of curatorial issues. The post will focus on European paintings in the period 1600-1800, and on at least one special project.

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