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After thirteen years with Sotheby’s, Lucy Mitchell-Innes left the company in 1994 to set up her own business as a private dealer and art advisor. In 1996 her husband, David Nash, joined Lucy to form Mitchell-Innes & Nash. The Gallery oversees an exhibitions program which is concerned not only with art-historical but also cutting-edge shows by emerging artists.

Prior to starting her own business, Lucy Mitchell-Innes was a Senior Vice President and Worldwide Director of the Contemporary Art Division at Sotheby’s. She joined the firm in London in 1981 and transferred to New York two years later as Director of Contemporary Art in North America. In 1992 she was appointed head of the Contemporary Art Division Worldwide.

Ms. Mitchell-Innes holds a BA and MA in art history from the Courtauld Institute of Art where she specialized in 19th and 20th Century European and American Art. After leaving the Courtauld she worked for the Henry Moore Foundation as a research assistant; she then worked for Air and Space, an experimental program that provided studio and exhibition space for artists whose work was considered too radical for conventional galleries.

Lucy Mitchell-Innes continues to handle Contemporary paintings, drawings and sculpture and has been responsible for placing superlative examples by 20th Century masters such as Johns, de Kooning, Pollock, Rauschenberg and Warhol into the most important private and public collections internationally. Ms. Mitchell-Innes’s privileged on-going relationship with the Roy Lichtenstein Estate has further expanded her reach and has given her greater access to collectors and institutions.

David Nash was at Sotheby’s a member of the Board of Directors and was in charge of all Fine Arts departments in New York as well as being the Director of the International Impressionist and Modern Art Department. David Nash joined Sotheby’s in London in 1961 in the then newly formed Impressionist Paintings Department and moved to New York two years later. He sat on the Art Advisory Panel for the IRS for 14 years and retired from the board in 2001. He now serves on the Board of the Art Dealers Association of America as well as on the Board of IFAR.

David Nash has been involved with every Impressionist and Modern paintings auction held at Sotheby’s in New York and London and has been responsible for the sale of more than one billion dollars worth of Impressionist art in New York alone. He has long-standing relationships with many of the major collectors, museums and dealers in the area of 19th and 20th century paintings, drawings and sculpture. With Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Mr. Nash continues to handle the sale of important works from the 19th and 20th centuries by private treaty and to do appraisals for museums, private collectors and other owners of works of art in this field.

Selected Artists: Hans (Jean) Arp, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso, Tony Smith, Georges Braque, Willem de Kooning, Cathy de Monchaux, George Segal, Jack Tworkov, Anthony Caro, Leon Kossoff.

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