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Philip joined Christie's in 1993 and has worked in the field of 20th Century British & Irish Art since 1994, contributing significantly to Christie's lead in this category. As a highly respected and knowledgeable specialist in this field Philip has contributed to Christie's setting numerous auction records for artists including Patrick Caulfield; Barbara Hepworth; L.S. Lowry; Paul Nash; Samuel John Peploe; William Scott and Graham Sutherland. He has a keen interest in the work of the St Ives artists, and has a particular fascination for the work of Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson. Collectors and clients worldwide seek his advice on both buying and selling collections and works of art at auction. Philip holds a M.A. in Art History from the University of St. Andrews; he was appointed Co-Head of the Department in April 2007 and Head of Department in July 2008.
André Zlattinger has been in the auction world for more than 15 years and has recently joined Christie's from another leading auction house, where he was a Senior Director in the British Art department. He has over the years specialised primarily in British Art and Scottish pictures, where he has been instrumental in developing the Scottish Colourist market over the years. He has been responsible for numerous auction records for artists such as Anne Redpath, Joan Eardley, Samuel John Peploe, Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell and George Leslie Hunter. André has written extensively for publications on British paintings and is currently working on a book about John Duncan Fergusson. He has been involved with a number of land mark sales in 20th Century British and Irish Art amongst them the collection of Lord and Lady Attenborough and more recently the Selwyn Demmy collection of works by L.S. Lowry.
Rachel Hidderley has 25 years’ experience of appraising and selling 20th Century British and Irish Art having joined Christie’s in 1987. As head of the department from 1998-2008, she oversaw many highly successful auctions, including selling works from the collections of The Reader’s Digest, the late Raymond Mortimer, Frederick Forsyth, and Peter Meyer, amongst others, which realized new artists’ records, and generated the most successful sales in the category during that period. Rachel sources and appraises pictures and sculpture for auction and private sales, as well as valuing works in public collections, and particularly works on developing the sales of L.S. Lowry paintings at auction, where Christie’s holds 93% market leadership. Rachel holds an honours degree in English Studies from The University of Nottingham and has contributed to the study and discovery of many Modern British works.
William joined Christie's in 1994 and became Head of the 20th Century British & Irish Art department at South Kensington in 2000. Highlight sales include the artist studios of Derek Hill, Robert Bevan, Hilda Carline and Ivor Roberts-Jones and in 2006 the single-owner collection The Poetry of Crisis: Surrealist and Avant-Garde Art 1930-1951, which set over 20 new auction records. In 2007 he became Head of Pictures at South Kensington with the responsibility of managing all the paintings departments. In 2010 he oversaw the hugely successful sale of artworks from Lehman Brothers UK offices in London and in 2011 relocated to King Street to oversee the 20th Century British & Irish Art Day Sale. William has been an auctioneer for Christie’s since 2007.
Pippa graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Masters in History of Art before joining Christie’s in 2005 as graduate intern for the Modern British and Irish Art department. She became researcher in 2006, then progressing to a specialist role. In 2012 she became Head of the Day sale. Her particular interests include the paintings of Paul Nash and post-war British sculpture.
Gus joined the British and Irish Art department at Christie’s South Kensington in 2005, becoming Head of Sale for British and Continental Pictures in 2007. During his time in the department he raised the profile of many neglected artists through tightly curated themed sales. In 2011 he joined the Modern British and Irish department, taking over as Head of Sale a year later. Gus has been responsible for setting new auction records for numerous artists including Bryan Pearce, Eileen Agar, Paul Mount and Robyn Denny. He has a keen interest in post-war British art and in particular the St Ives School and British Constructivism. Gus holds an honours degree in Art History from the University of Bristol.
Claudia studied History of Art at the University of Edinburgh before undertaking a postgraduate MA in Modernism in Britain at The Courtauld Institute of Art in London. She joined Christie’s in 2008, working in the Drawing and Watercolours department and the Victorian department before moving to 20th Century British & Irish Art in January 2011.
Alissa joined Christie's in 2008, as a member of Client Services, having graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a BA Hons in History of Art and Spanish. She moved to the Modern British and Irish department in 2010, progressing from administrator to her current role as Junior Specialist. Alissa's particular interests include Constructivism and the post war period.
Clare McKeon started her career at Christie’s London as a specialist in the Victorian & British Impressionist Art department. As head of the Sporting Art sale at Christie’s New York and the US specialist for British & Irish Art in London, Ms. McKeon was responsible for the consignment of Munnings' Portrait of Ruth Brady on Bugle Call, which sold for £1,486,400 against an estimate of £1,200,000 (2005). Clare also was involved with several successful high-profile single-owner sales in New York featuring sporting art including The John W. Kluge Morven Collection (2005); Property from a Sutton Square Residence (2005); and The Doris Duke Collection (2004). Among Ms. McKeon's earlier successes is the auction of St. Cecilia by John William Waterhouse, which sold for $10 million and set a world auction record for any Victorian picture (2000). Clare is a graduate of Oxford University and the Courtauld Institute of Art in London.