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With over twenty- two years of experience as a specialist at Christie’s, Jane Turner , as head of Maritime Pictures, has been instrumental in achieving many world records, including John Wilson Carmichael’s British Opium Schooner and other shipping off Hong Kong (£172,000) and Pieter van Soest’s The Dutch attack on the English Fleet in the Medway, June 1667 (£108,250). She has worked closely on a number of landmark sales including the Montague Dawson Studio sale (2004), the Trafalgar Sale (2005) and the inaugural sale of Maritime Paintings at King Street (2007). As head of the Drawings and Watercolour Department at Christie’s South Kensington, Jane has been involved in selling many single owner collections including The Grand Tour Sal e (2005), The Vanity Fair Sale (2005) and The Lyndon Goodwin Harris Collection of Watercolours by Albert Goodwin and Joseph Edward Southall (2007). She is also in charge of the Original Book Illustration sales. More recently Jane has been working in the Sporting Art Department in New York. Prior to working at Christie’s, Jane Turner, worked on private yachts in the Caribbean and the United States.
Sarah Reynolds joined Christie’s in 2008, starting in the British Watercolours & Drawings and Maritime Art departments. Since 2013 she has combined Maritime Art with Victorian & British Impressionist Art, and Sporting & Wildlife Art. Since starting at Christie's Sarah has contributed to the success of the department’s many and varied sales, including the single owner collections, A Sporting Garland: A collection of works by Cecil Aldin (November 2008) and A Channel Island Treasure House: Paintings, Drawings & Watercolours from the collection of the late John Appleby (November 2010). She has also been involved in setting several new world records in Maritime Art, including Peter Monamy’s The flagship Royal Sovereign saluting at the Nore (£109,250). Sarah graduated from St. Peter’s College, Oxford with a B.A. Hons in Modern History and went onto to gain an M.A. in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute, specialising in the History of Dress from 1600 to the present day. Her main interests include 18th century marine paintings, Pre-Raphaelite and British Impressionist paintings, and she has a particular fondness for portraiture.