Hannah Fox Solomon
Vice President, Head of Sale, Specialist
Hannah Fox Solomon is an Associate Vice President, Head of Sale, Specialist of Antiquities in New York, having joined the department in August 2010. In this role, Ms. Solomon is responsible for international business getting as well as managing catalogue production for the biannual sales in New York.
Ms. Solomon holds a M.A. in Greek Art and Archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, with a specialization in Bronze Age Greece. Her graduate thesis, 'More than Just Weapons: Swords as Indicators of the Socio-Political Conditions of the Late Bronze Age Aegean' traced the development of swords across the ancient Mediterranean, Europe and the Near East during the end of the 2nd millennium B.C. Ms. Solomon earned her B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis, with a double major in Art History and Classical Studies, and attended College Year in Athens during her junior year abroad. During the summer of 2008, she participated in the excavation of Temple B at Selinunte, Sicily, sponsored by New York University.
With a scholarly passion for the art of the ancient world, Ms. Solomon has also studied both Chinese and Indian art and has earned a second M.A. in the Arts of China from Christie’s Education, in affiliation with the University of Glasgow. Her thesis, 'The Luxury Culture of Buddhism from the 4th-14th century' explored the opulence of Buddhist religion.