Investigating how artistic reputation is constructed and sustained,
Meyrick considers the
professional and institutional forces that shape our artistic heritage.
interpreting and displaying difficult-to-access artworks and archival
materials, his research
raises awareness of once influential now forgotten 20th-century British
artists and collectors.
Recovering `lost' cultural capital, Meyrick engages the public through
publications and public appearances. His research outcomes enrich our
cultural life as well as
public understanding and appreciation of British print history and Welsh
visual culture. They are
the principal sources of reference for a wide range of beneficiaries, from
curators and dealers
to broadcasters and general audiences.