Anne Dulau Beveridge studied at Toulouse University (19891992) and St Andrews University (19921995), graduating with an MA and MPhil in Mediaeval History, and a Museum and Gallery Postgraduate Studies Diploma. She started working at The Hunterian in 1997 as a temporary curator (maternity cover), becoming part-time curator in 1998. In parallel, she started a PhD at Glasgow University on the influence of French art on the development of Scottish Art in the 18th century, while teaching undergraduates within the History of Art Department. Since 2000, she has been a full-time art curator at The Hunterian, with specific responsibilities for the French and British collections. Areas of particular interest and publication are William Hunter (17181783), The Hunterian’s founder; the 18th century; artistic exchanges between France and Britain; late 19th and early 20th-century Scottish art. Recently, her focus has been on multi-disciplinary research projects, bringing together academics and curators to fully explore the potential of our collections and generate a holistic approach. Latest exhibitions and research projects she has been involved with include 'Old Ways New Roads Travels in Scotland 17201832' and 'The Afterlife of Mary Queen of Scots.'

Anne Dulau Beveridge