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Olimpia Isidori

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Highlights

  • Joined Sotheby's in 2010 as a Graduate Trainee
  • Actively involved in business-getting throughout Europe for the Impressionist & Modern Art sales 
  • Of dual Italian-French nationality


Olimpia Isidori, Deputy Director, Specialist, Impressionist & Modern Art Department, joined Sotheby's in 2010 as a Graduate Trainee. Working closely with a range of international experts, she has been responsible for cataloguing, researching, authenticating and condition checking works of art presented in the bi-annual Day Sales in February and June. She has researched and catalogued works from the record-breaking collection of Jan Krugier, one of the most important estate sales in recent memory.

Ms Isidori is actively involved in business-getting throughout Europe for the Impressionist & Modern Art sales as well as advising many Continental collectors on both the selling and buying sides of the business.

Of dual Italian-French nationality, Ms Isidori received a BA and MA at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, specialising on the reinterpretations of Modern art through Postmodern theories. Prior to joining Sotheby’s, she was a curatorial intern assistant at Tate Modern, and assisted the Mayor Gallery and The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, strengthening her knowledge and expertise of this period.