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NY 10021
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Our Team

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.

The
Partners

Ray Waterhouse an art advisor
Ray Waterhouse
Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern and Post-War European and American Art
Jonathan Dodd an art advisor
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 an art advisor
Jamie Anderson
Modern British and International Contemporary Art
Sandra Safta Waterhouse an art advisor
Sandra Safta Waterhouse
Contemporary American and European Art including photography
Hélène de Saint Chamas an art advisor
Hélène de Saint Chamas
Old Masters, 19th & 20th century French and European Art

FAB News

Despite continuing Covid uncertainty, art market confidence hits highest level since 2014

With the world in and out of lockdown over the past 18 months, it’s been a turbulent time for the art market. Sales have inevitably dropped, but both sellers and buyers have adapted to the enforced reality that most artworks have been offered online, with the result that sales have held up well. In 2020, during the worst period of the pandemic, global sales of art and antiques still reached over an estimated $50 billion — down just 22% on 2019 and 27% since 2018 — notes Dr. Clare McAndrew in the industry leading 2021 Art Basel UBS report. Sales of fine art at auction dropped by around 30% from 2019, but Sotheby’s and Christie’s both compensated by reporting at least a 50% increase in private sales.