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Anne Stutchbury

Anne Stutchbury, PhD is an independent art historian and curator who has formerly worked at Charleston Farmhouse and for the Crawley Museums Society. Her research interests include the lived experience and social and cultural perspectives of the Arts and Crafts and Aesthetic movements and women artists of the late nineteenth/early twentieth century.  Her University of Sussex doctoral thesis was titled ‘At home’ in Standen: A study of the Beale family’s lived experience of their late-nineteenth-century Arts and Crafts home, 1890-1914’. She is currently advising archiving projects at National Trust Standen while preparing her research for a forthcoming publication about the house.

Research interests: Art, lived experience, social and cultural perspectives of the domestic interiors of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century Arts and Crafts and Aesthetic movements. Women artists of the late nineteenth/early twentieth century, including Mary Sargant Florence, Vanessa Bell and members of Sussex Women’s Art Club.

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