- Joined Sotheby's in 1999
- Preeminent figure in Greek Art sales
- Responsible for obtaining the majority of record prices for Greek artists
- Previously a specialist at Christie's for nine years
Constantine Frangos joined Sotheby's New York in 1999, when he established sales devoted to 19th and 20th century Greek Art, effectively developing the market in this field. He moved to London in 2003 to build the market further and was responsible for Sotheby's enormously popular Greek Art sales.
Mr Frangos was appointed Head of Corporate Art Services, Museums and Foundations for Europe in 2012 and provides Sotheby's corporate clients with bespoke services that best suit their needs. In addition, Constantine has been instrumental in orchestrating important discreet consignments from a range of major corporations and museums, which achieved exceptional results across a number of sales.
Prior to joining Sotheby's, Mr Frangos was a specialist at Christie's in New York for nine years.