Bonhams Appoint New Representative in Ireland

. May 8, 2011 . 0 Comments

Bonhams auctioneers, has appointed Jane Beattie as the company’s representative in Ireland, based in Dublin. She started her new role on April 26th.

Matthew Girling, Bonhams CEO for Europe and the Middle East, comments: “We are delighted to have secured the services of Jane Beattie. She will doubtless build on our presence in Ireland which is one of the great storehouses of art and antique treasures in Europe with a very educated and growing group of art buyers.”

Jane is well known to the Irish Art world having spent ten years with Adams Fine Art Auctioneers, who were previously in partnership with Bonhams. Jane was the first female Associate Director appointed by Adams.

Last October she joined the Oliver Sears Gallery in Molesworth St, Dublin, as a fine art consultant and valuer.

A fully accredited arts surveyor and a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), she has a degree in Spanish with English from Trinity College as well as a degree in Fine Art Valuation from the University of Southampton.

Her personal interests include: music, reading, theatre, fly-fishing, running and general outdoor pursuits. She is a member of the Irish Georgian Society. She is fluent in written and spoken Spanish.

www.bonhams.com/ireland

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