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Fine Art Brokers is committed to providing both a personal and highly professional service that protects our clients’ best interests at all times. Our team of experts offer step-by-step guidance through all stages of the buying and selling processes.

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Ray Waterhouse
Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern and Post-War European and American Art
Jonathan Dodd
19th century, Modern and Post-War European and American Art

The
Team

Our team of advisors offer a broad range of art market expertise. Whether your interests are in 19th-century painting, 20th-century modernism or contemporary photography, a specialist on our team can help. We can advise on a single transaction at $20,000 or on building or selling a multi-million-dollar collection.

Jamie Anderson
Modern British and International Contemporary Art
Sandra Safta Waterhouse
Contemporary American and European Art including photography
Hélène de Saint Chamas
Old Masters, 19th & 20th century French and European Art
Simone DiLaura
International Contemporary including Middle Eastern Art
Katerina Blackwood
19th and early 20th century Art including Russian art

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A Guide to Buying Art at Auction

If it is your first time viewing or participating in an art auction, you’ll need a number of pointers about how to understand the many aspects involved, including the terminology used, how to bid, and the charges. Auctions can be both exciting and intimidating for the uninitiated, with many ‘experts’ and apparently well-heeled clients with their advisors making you feel the art world is a mysterious place. But don’t let this scare you, as with the right guidance and some preparation you can find the confidence to make informed decisions about your bidding. Auctions have an enormous variety of art to offer, online and in real life, and getting involved can be educational, rewarding, and sometimes even fun, once you have the experience and confidence. Doing your research, knowing what questions to ask, having a bidding strategy, understanding the players, and considering using a consultant are what you’ll need to prepare before bidding at auction.