The Wallace Collection

Curators

The Wallace Collection's curatorial team is responsible to the Director and Trustees for the stewardship of the works of art in the Collection.


The curators are responsible for the interpretation, display and presentation of the works of art. An important part of a curator's work is to carry out research on the collections, to find out more about the works of art, how and by whom they were made, and how they found their way into the Collection.

Curators' knowledge and expertise is brought to a wider public through publications, lectures and an active programme of temporary exhibitions.

Curators also provide expert advice to the Government and answer general enquiries concerning works of art. Our curators can also, by appointment, give opinions on works of art owned by members of the public, but may not give valuations. Members of Wallace Collection staff are entitled to decline, without giving any reason, to express an opinion.

The Curatorial Team:

Dr Helen Jacobsen
Head of the Curatorial Team, curatorial responsibility for French 18th-century Decorative Arts

Dr Tobias Capwell FSA
Curator of Arms and Armour

Dr Lucy Davis
Curator of Paintings (except of French), Miniatures and Manuscripts

Suzanne Higgott MA FSA
Curator of Glass, Limoges Painted Enamels, Earthenwares and early Furniture

Ada de Wit MA
Assistant Curator (Collections and Works of Art)

Laura Langelüddecke MA
Assistant Curator

Natalie Zimmer MA
Curatorial Assistant

Jeremy Warren FSA
Emeritus Research Fellow