This fellowship offers grants in the field of art history, to support an academic project devoted to the study and connoisseurship of Dutch and Flemish art from the fifteenth through the eighteenth centuries. Applicants should be researching dissertations that require the examination of paintings and drawings in the original. Candidates must hold a B.A. in art history and be working toward a Ph.D. at an American or Canadian University. The stipend is $15,000.
Applicants are invited to submit a proposal with a detailed description of the project (three pages maximum) and two letters of recommendation before May 30, 2012 to email@example.com
From the website of the Mauritshuis:
Founded in 1982, the mission of the American Friends of the Mauritshuis is to create awareness amongst the American public of this important museum and its collection, enable curatorial and conservation fellowships of American graduate students, and to support the work of the Mauritshuis in the broadest sense possible. The Friends act as a conduit for gifts of paintings from American private collectors to the museum as well as securing donations towards its endowment.