Amanda Hilliam


As an independent researcher, Amanda writes art-historical reports on paintings that have come to the Studio for treatment. After graduating from the University of Bristol, Amanda received her Masters in Art History from the University of Oxford with Distinction. She spent several years working in the commercial art world, including the Old Master Drawings department at Sotheby’s, and recently completed her PhD on Carlo Crivelli as part of a collaborative project with the National Gallery. She was the 2018-19 predoctoral Joseph F. McCrindle fellow in the Old Master Prints and Drawings department at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Amanda’s current projects include co-curating a Carlo Crivelli exhibition at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham, in partnership with the National Gallery.