Personal Details

Title

Miss

Name

Maisoon Rehani "I am an experienced picture researcher looking for part-time freelance work in the field of art history"

Location

London and South East

Media

Books

Speciality

Art

Work Experience

I have been working as a picture researcher at the Paul Mellon Centre since 2011. Publications I have worked on include Johan Zoffany: 1733-1810 by Mary Webster; The New Painting of the 1860s: Between the Pre-raphaelites and the Aesthetic Movement by Allen Staley; Richard Barkes Bonington: The Complete Drawings by Patrick Noon and State Hermitage Museum Catalogue: British Paintings; 16th-19th Centuries by Elizaveta Renne. I have just completed work on the forthcoming publication In the Olden Times: Victorians and the British Past by Andrew Sanders to be published in spring 2013. I also have experience of working on collecting images and permissions for an online publication – the Richard Wilson Online project. The Richard Wilson electronic catalogue raisonnĂ© is scheduled to be accessible in late 2013-early 2014 for the tercentenary of the artist’s birth. Providing free and open access to the works of Wilson for all researchers worldwide, Richard Wilson Online will complement the major exhibition of the artist’s work in 2014.

Clients

The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art

Qualifications

10/08 – 12/08 Picture Research (Merit)
London School of Publishing, 69 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3JS

Other Skills

I am a specialist in art historical picture research and have experience of rights clearance, provenance research and commissioning new photography.

Public Contact Details

mobile: 07977036570
email: mrehani@paul-mellon-centre.ac.uk

Employment Details

Company Name

Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art

Work Address

16 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3JA

Work Telephone

0207 580 0311

Current Status

Full Time Staff

Employment History

I have been working as a picture researcher at the Paul Mellon Centre since 2011. Publications I have worked on include Johan Zoffany: 1733-1810 by Mary Webster; The New Painting of the 1860s: Between the Pre-raphaelites and the Aesthetic Movement by Allen Staley; Richard Barkes Bonington: The Complete Drawings by Patrick Noon and State Hermitage Museum Catalogue: British Paintings; 16th-19th Centuries by Elizaveta Renne. I have just completed work on the forthcoming publication In the Olden Times: Victorians and the British Past by Andrew Sanders to be published in spring 2013. I also have experience of working on collecting images and permissions for an online publication – the Richard Wilson Online project. The Richard Wilson electronic catalogue raisonnĂ© is scheduled to be accessible in late 2013-early 2014 for the tercentenary of the artist’s birth. Providing free and open access to the works of Wilson for all researchers worldwide, Richard Wilson Online will complement the major exhibition of the artist’s work in 2014.

Do you have experience in commissioning other researchers?

No