Dr Juliet Carey

Dr. Juliet Carey is Senior Curator at Waddesdon Manor (The Rothschild Collection). She is in charge of academic collaborations and research and is responsible for paintings, sculpture and works on paper. She is a founding member of the the Jewish Country House project team and is co-editor (with Abigail Green) of The Lure of the Land: Jewish Country Houses in Britain and Europe (in preparation). 

Other publications include Theatres of Life: Drawings from The Rothschild Collection, exhibition catalogue, 2007; ‘Aiming High: Porcelain, Sèvres and the Grand Vase’, Art History, 31, 2008, pp. 721-753; co-editor (with Colin Jones and Emily Richardson) and contributor to Charles-Germain de Saint-Aubin’s Livre de caricatures: The Art of Satire, Oxford, 2012. Exhibitions she has curated include Taking Time: Chardin’s Boy Building a House of Cards and other paintings (Waddesdon Manor, 2012) and Power and Portraiture: Painting at the Court of Elizabeth I (Waddesdon, 2017) and she was the organising curator at Waddesdon for Fame & Friendship: Pope, Roubiliac and the Portrait Bust(YCBA and Waddesdon Manor, 2014). She is currently preparing the exhibition Gustave Moreau: The Fables (Waddesdon 2020).