Amy Lim holds an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award at the University of Oxford and Tate, where she is researching influences on aristocratic art patronage c.1680-1720. Her research supported the exhibition ‘British Baroque: Power and Illusion’ at Tate Britain, 4 February – 20 April 2020. Amy is a historian with a particular interest in the fine and decorative arts in Britain, using them as a lens through which to examine wider society. She has published articles and essays on painting, architecture and gardens in Britain from the seventeenth to early-twentieth centuries.


  • Castle Howard Raynham Hall

    Charles Jervas: A Memorandum of 1733 at Raynham Hall

    by Amy Lim