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Harriet Drummond has been a member of the British Drawings team for twenty years and Department Head for the last ten. During her time in the department many new auction records have been set, including the world record prices for Turner’s The Blue Rigi, Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Pandora, Samuel Palmer’s Oak tree and beech, Lullingstone Park, Thomas Gainsborough’s Study for the Richmond Water-walk and John Ruskin’s Bellinzona, Switzerland. In 2000 she reorganised the Drawings department to include works by 20th Century artists and in June 2007 achieved the auction record for a work on paper by Augustus John with a red chalk drawing of Dorelia. In addition, she has been involved in the inauguration of several innovative theme sales such as Visions of India, Interiors, The Bird Sale and Natural History. She has also been involved in many highly successful single-owner sales and collections including The Bute Collection of Watercolours by Paul Sandby, The P&O Collection of Watercolours of India by Thomas and William Daniell, The Fuller Collection, Monsieur and Madame Gérald Bauer: British Watercolours from the Golden Age, The Goyder Collection and Deane F. Johnson Collection and the Collection of Christopher Wood.
Rosie Jarvie (neé Stynes) joined Christie's in 1997. She has worked on numerous successful sales, including the £5.8 million sale of J.M.W. Turner's The Blue Rigi, which set the world auction record for a British work on paper (June 2006). In 2004, she coordinated the Important British Art sales, including the sale of Property from the London residence of the late Sir Paul Getty KCB. She has also worked on a number of high profile single-owner collections, including the David Fuller Collection of Victorian Landscape Watercolours; Monsieur and Madame Gérald Bauer British Watercolours from the Golden Age; The Forbes Collection of Victorian Pictures; Watercolours by Thomas Rowlandson from Longleat; The Albert Dawson Collection; The Goyder Collection; and The Deane F. Johnson Collection. Rosie Jarvie holds a degree in Classics from Oriel College, Oxford.