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Anastasia von Seibold joined Christie’s in 2006. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Japanese from Edinburgh University which included one year’s study at Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. The degree was completed with a thesis on Japonisme – an analysis of the effects of Japanese art on the artists Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh. She also has a Masters degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in Japanese art history, and her thesis was entitled The Western Perception of Japanese Art in the 19th Century.
Katsura Yamaguchi’s career at Christie’s began in 1992 in London followed by several years as a Japanese Art Specialist in Christie’s Tokyo office. In 2000, he joined the New York team as a Senior Specialist in the Japanese and Korean Works of Art Department and was appointed Department Head in April 2004. His numerous responsibilities include new business development, appraisals, research and cataloguing, while overseeing the daily operations of the department. Mr. Yamaguchi holds a B.A. from Rikkyo (St. Paul’s) University in Tokyo in Japonisme, the study of the influence of Japanese Ukiyo-e prints on Impressionist, Art Nouveau, and early 20th Century art. He is also a member of the American Ukiyo-e Society and has served as the Director of the International Ukiyo-e Society for two years.
As Associate Vice President, Specialist in Japanese Art, Mr. Murakami is responsible for researching, appraising and cataloguing property, with a particular emphasis on Japanese art. Prior to joining Christie’s in New York in 2011, Mr. Murakami worked at Christie’s Japan office for 8 years. He was responsible for business sourcing of Asian art in Japan and he maintained relationships with private collectors and museums. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the Sophia University at Tokyo.