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Brandon Lindberg's career at Christie's began in 1993 and he has been a member of the British & Irish Art department for over fifteen years. During that period he has specialised in Victorian & British Impressionist Art and has been Head of Sale for both Sporting and Irish Art. His discoveries include a lost Jack Butler Yeats The Last Corinthian, which sold for £222,000 and John Callcott Horsley’s masterpiece Showing a Preference, which sold for £299,200. Brandon has also been closely involved in important single owner collections including Woburn Abbey, Althorp and Gyrn Castle.
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.
Johanna has worked in the field of 20th Century British Art for seven years, joining Christie's in 2002. She is responsible for sourcing and handling works for the sales of 20th Century British and Irish Art at Christie's South Kensington. Johanna is a graduate of Brasenose College, Oxford and the Courtauld Institute of Art in London.