Economic Art History Researcher
We are looking for a bright and enthusiastic individual to undertake research predominantly focusing on the economic history of art. It is likely the candidate will be an Economics, History or Economic History graduate or similar disciplines, with an interest in art history. You will be well versed in detailed information gathering and be exceptionally good at pulling together a large array of material into compelling yet concise reports.
The successful candidate will likely have either a Masters or PhD and have exceptional verbal, written and analytical ability. Forensic in approach and factually driven, they must also be able to work autonomously and flexibly.
You will have demonstrable experience of researching all aspects of the art market, such as histories of art dealers and how artworks are priced. In return, the successful candidate will gain significant exposure to world-class experts in their field and benefit from an excellent working environment. The opportunity offers the chance for a talented researcher to apply their academic prowess within a commercial and highly regarded organisation.
To apply, please send your CV and cover letter. Due to the expected high volume of applications, we can regretfully only be in touch with those we wish to progress with. Please note, the salary is dependent on level of experience.