- Joined Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art team in 2005
- Advises top collectors in the acquisition and disposition of Impressionist and Modern masterworks
- Bachelor's Degree in Art History from Columbia University and Master's Degree in Art History from Hunter College in New York
Jeremiah Evarts, head of Evening Sales in New York, joined Sotheby’s Impressionist and Modern Art team in 2005 and has been working actively since then with high-profile collectors at Sotheby’s. He is responsible for sourcing works of art for the Sales of Impressionist and Modern Art in New York, London and Paris and has played a vital role in Sotheby’s global dominance of this market sector in recent years. Mr. Evarts became a specialist in the Evening Sale team of Impressionist and Modern Art in 2012 and since then has been centrally involved in highly successful consignments including that of Picasso’s Mousquetaire à la pipe which sold for $31 million and currently holds the auction record for a late work by the artist; works from the collection of the late Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. which totaled over $35 million at auction; eleven works from the Jerome H. Stone collection which totaled $57.8 million in May 2015 and most recently works from the Collection of Ambassador John L. Loeb. After attending St. Paul’s School, he graduated from Columbia University in 2004 with a Bachelor’s in Art History and recently completed his Master’s in Art History, with a focus on twentieth century Art, at Hunter College in New York.