The most trusted advisors in the industry

Beaumont Nathan are a leading international art advisory and market intelligence firm based in London. We offer  commercial advice to an exclusive roster of buyers and sellers of high-end fine art and professional guidance in the large, unregulated, and often opaque art marketplace.

We specialize in both short and long-term strategic advice to buyers and sellers, alongside curatorial advice, collection management, industry intelligence and market analysis.

We advise across the full spectrum of the international art market, from Old Masters to Contemporary. We incorporate our specialist experience and extensive network of collectors, experts and museums worldwide, with an innovative client-focussed approach in order to provide world class, independent advice.

Protecting our clients interests with an innovative approach

Beaumont Nathan’s mission is to become the most trusted global advisory business in the art industry. We aim to achieve this by providing the most in-depth analysis in all of our work, as well as aligning our interests entirely with those of our clients via our highly competitive and transparent fixed-fee structure. We also only ever act for one side of a deal and never take a financial interest in a work of art.

All of our advice is accompanied by an extensive due diligence and research process, and includes both art critical and market analysis. We are then able to come to an impartial, expert view as to whether to buy or sell a particular piece of art, as well as at what price.

Discreetly serving our clients, from private individuals to major institutions

Beaumont Nathan works with an exclusive roster of clients, ranging from private individuals and family offices to professional advisors, art investors, museums, institutions and corporate collections.

We pride ourselves on an exceptional end-to-end service designed to remove the administrative and logistical burden from our clients wherever possible. We also conduct all of our research, negotiations and enquiries anonymously in order to maintain our clients’ confidentiality and discretion.

Beaumont Nathan Office

The Directors

Wentworth Beaumont

Wentworth Beaumont

Director and Co-founder

Wentworth is responsible for leading the business development and client strategy team. He has worked with a number of the world’s leading collectors and has been involved with many significant transactions over a period of 12 years in the industry.

Prior to founding Beaumont Nathan, Wentworth spent five years at Christie’s, both in the UK and US, followed by five years at Dickinson. Wentworth has an MA in History from the University of Edinburgh and an MA from City Business School.

Hugo Nathan

Hugo Nathan

Director and Co-founder

Hugo is responsible for leading the art advisory and research team. Hugo has a depth of international industry knowledge, experience and contacts built up over 17 years, and has strong relationships with many of the world’s leading art museums.

Prior to founding Beaumont Nathan, Hugo worked for Dickinson for 15 years and ran their US operations from 2007. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an MA in Art History.

The Team

Tom Mayou, Director

Tom currently runs the company’s commercial and market intelligence departments, working closely with leading art economist Dr. Clare McAndrew to bring a level of analytical rigour to our market research and analysis. Before joining Beaumont Nathan, Tom worked as a Strategy Consultant in London and Boston.

Eleanor Edelman, Research Analyst
Martha Craig, Research Analyst
Emma Dodson, Executive Assistant

Emma works as Executive Assistant at Beaumont Nathan, where she oversees all internal and client administrative activity. Prior to this, Emma worked for 8 years in the hospitality industry, as well as latterly for a private family office. Emma is a keen collector of art, with a particular passion for 20th century expressionist prints.

Advisory Board

Crispin Odey

Lord Hindlip

Fabiana Marenghi Vaselli Bond

Olivier Berggruen

Mickey Cartin

Lord James Russell