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Julian Dawes

Highlights

  • Plays a key role in sourcing property for the Impressionist & Modern and Contemporary sales in New York as well as Europe
  • Mr. Dawes has been instrumental in facilitating highly successful sales including Property from the Estate of Grace E. Hokin, Chicago and Abstraction-Figuration: A Private Collection
  • He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Duke University

Julian Dawes joined the Impressionist and Modern Art department in 2008, where he is responsible for the cataloguing, research and design of the Impressionist & Modern Art Day sale catalogues.

Mr. Dawes maintains a strong client network in the United States and abroad, and plays a key role in sourcing property for Impressionist & Modern and Contemporary sales in New York as well as Europe, helping to secure recent consignments from the Helena Rubinstein Foundation, The Israel Museum in Jerusalem and the Museum of Modern Art, as well as numerous private individuals. During his tenure, Mr. Dawes has been instrumental in facilitating highly successful sales including Property from the Estate of Grace E. Hokin, Chicago and Abstraction-Figuration: A Private Collection.

Prior to joining Sotheby’s, Mr. Dawes worked at Rago Arts and Auction Center in Lambertsville, New Jersey, as a Triage Appraiser on The Antiques Roadshow, and in the Education Department at The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Duke University in the History of Art.