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Harriet Drummond has been a member of the British Drawings team since 1986, Head of Department Head since 1997 and International Head since 2009. Many new auction records have been set under her leadership, including world record prices for Burne-Jones’s Love Among the Ruins, Turner’s The Blue Rigi, John Constable’s Helmingham Dell, Suffolk, Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Pandora, Samuel Palmer’s Oak tree and beech, Lullingstone Park, John Ruskin’s Bellinzona, Switzerland, and John Martin’s The Destruction of the Pharoah’s Host. She has also been involved in many highly successful Single-owner Sales and Collection Sales including The Bute Collection of Watercolours by Paul Sandby, British Watercolours from the Golden Age from the Collection of Monsieur and Madame Gérald Bauer, The Goyder Collection, Christopher Wood: A Very Victorian Eye, The Collection of Nicolette Wernick, Andrew Wyld: Connoisseur Dealer, and The Collection of the Late Mrs T.S Eliot . Harriet has also been involved in a number of highly successful sales in New York including Turner Watercolours from the Chicago Wood Prince Family to Edward Lears from The Estate of Christian B. Peper, and The Distinguished Private Collection which included Gainsborough’s Portrait of Charlotte, 4th Duchess of Marlborough. She is a graduate of Durham University and Christie’s Education and an active member of The Turner Society Committee.
Rosy Temple joined Christie’s in 2012 as a Graduate Intern in the Victorian and Impressionist Art and British Drawings and Watercolours Department after working in Adam’s Salerooms in Dublin. She was involved in the cataloguing of the single owner sale, ‘Andrew Wyld: Connoisseur Dealer’ for the Drawings Department. She focused on her passion for works on paper, joining the British Drawings and Watercolours team as a Junior Specialist in 2013. Having grown up in Ireland Rosy is especially interested in the portraits of the 18th century Irish pastellist Hugh Douglas-Hamilton. Other interests include landscapes by Girtin and Bonington and the works of British Impressionists such as George Clausen. Rosy graduated from the University of York with a First Class B.A. Hons in History and History of Art.
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 then world auction record for a British work on paper and 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 more recently Christopher Wood: A Very Victorian Eye; The collection of Girogio Marsan and Umberta Nasi; The Collection of Nicolette Wernick and Andrew Wyld: Connoisseur Dealer. Rosie has a particular interest in Edward Lear and the watercolours of Archibald Thorburn. She holds a degree in Classics from Oriel College, Oxford.
Sarah Hobrough joined Christie’s as a senior consultant in 2012. During that time she has worked on the highly successful Victorian and British Impressionist Art sales, the Old Master and British Watercolour and Drawings sales, as well as the single owner sale, The collection of the Late Mrs T. S. Eliot. Prior to this she has, over the past eighteen years, developed a career as a specialist in British works on paper and paintings. Following her undergraduate degree in History of Art and Archaeology taken jointly at S.O.A.S and U.C.L., Sarah embarked on a career at Spink and Son, initially as a Graduate Trainee working in the Oriental and Picture Departments, before establishing herself as a Picture Specialist at Spink-Leger Pictures. In 2002 she became co-Director of Lowell Libson Ltd. Sarah has developed a particular interest in the watercolours of the 18th and early 19th centuries and in the work of Gainsborough, Cozens and Constable in particular.
James Richards joined Christie’s in 2013 initially as the Graduate Intern in the Victorian and British Impressionist Art and British Drawings and Watercolours Departments before becoming the Junior Specialist for Drawings and Watercolours at Christies South Kensington. James graduated with a B.A. Hons in Art History from Bristol University in 2012. This included a year living in Florence studying Renaissance drawings and techniques at the British Institute whilst simultaneously learning to draw under the classical academic training of the renowned Charles Cecil studio. James still draws today and his time learning to draw portraits has left him with an enduring love for figure drawings, particularly by the British School of the 18th and 19th Century such as Romney, Gainsborough and Sargent. James broader interest in watercolours goes back to his childhood, having grown up with works by Edward Lear, Hercules Brabazon Brabazon and William Rothenstein, at his family home, the last two artists having family connections.