Henrietta Ward is the Assistant Keeper in the Paintings, Drawings and Prints department at The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. She has a special interest in seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish paintings. She has recently curated the exhibitions 'Making Waves: Discovering seascapes through drawings and watercolours' and 'Brueghel and his time: Landscape drawings from the Bruce Ingram bequest'. She is a member of CODART, the international network for curators of Dutch and Flemish art.
Before joining The Fitzwilliam in September 2015, Henrietta was Curatorial Fellow at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London and Curatorial Trainee supported by the Art Fund at The National Gallery, London during which time she also worked at Manchester Art Gallery to research and redisplay their Dutch and Flemish collection. She is currently putting together a research project around the Fitzwilliam Museum's significant collection of flower paintings, botanical drawings, floral miniatures and albums. Henrietta received her History of Art BA (Hons) from the University of Nottingham and her History of Art MA from the University of Bristol.