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André Zlattinger has been in the auction world for more than 15 years and has recently joined Christie's from another leading auction house, where he was a Senior Director in the British Art department. He has over the years specialised primarily in British Art and Scottish pictures, where he has been instrumental in developing the Scottish Colourist market over the years. He has been responsible for numerous auction records for artists such as Anne Redpath, Joan Eardley, Samuel John Peploe, Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell and George Leslie Hunter. André has written extensively for publications on British paintings and is currently working on a book about John Duncan Fergusson. He has been involved with a number of land mark sales in 20th Century British and Irish Art amongst them the collection of Lord and Lady Attenborough and more recently the Selwyn Demmy collection of works by L.S. Lowry.
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.
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.
Jeanne Sloane is Head of the Silver department and Senior Vice President at Christie’s New York. Before joining Christie’s in 1981, Mrs. Sloane was Curator of Decorative Arts at the Newport Historical Society, home to a collection of early Rhode Island silver. She has published articles for Antiques Magazine, Art & Auction, and several other periodicals. In 1993, she was awarded the Decorative Arts Society’s annual prize for her article on the engraved silver of Joseph Leddel of New York. She has contributed to silver exhibitions at the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, and the Bermuda National Gallery, publishing her study on Bermuda Silversmiths in the Journal of the London Silver Society in 2001. She has appeared as a silver appraiser on Public Television’s Antiques Road Show. At Christie’s, Mrs. Sloane is responsible for new business development, conducting appraisals, identifying antique silver for consignment, and researching silver included in the auctions. Her work has resulted in a number of discoveries, including a ‘lost’ renaissance cup from the Victor Rothschild collection, several unrecorded examples of American Colonial silver, and the first exclusive auction of silver by Georg Jensen, which totaled nearly $9 million in 2005 - a record for any silver auction at Christie’s New York. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and American Studies from Brown University and a Master’s degree in the history of decorative arts from the Winterthur Museum, Delaware.