Lois Haines

Studio Manager & Researcher

As Studio Manager, Lois oversees the running of various studio processes and administration, and assists with art-historical research. After graduating from the University of Leeds, Lois received her Masters in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, specialising in the Italian Renaissance. After spending a year working in the commercial art world, Lois is now writing her PhD thesis as part of a collaborative project between the National Gallery, London and The Warburg Institute. Her research is concerned with painting workshops in central Italy in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, and focuses on the case-study of Pietro Perugino (c.1446-1523).