Suzanne Irvine is Specialist for Prints & Multiples at Bonhams New Bond Street in London.
Her auction highlights have included the sale of Edvard Munch's Madonna lithograph for the record-breaking £1.25 million in 2010; the first UK-sale dedicated to the Grosvenor School and Avant-Garde British Printmakers in 2012, and two private collections of Rembrandt etchings in 2015.
Before joining Bonhams, Suzanne worked at Christie's and for the Royal Collection, and was involved in the inaugural opening of Clarence House to the public in 2003. Her particular interest lies in Old Master prints and the works of the Grosvenor School artists.
Suzanne studied languages and literature at Reading University and Art History at the Courtauld in London.