Apollo Magazine

Bendor Grosvenor

36. Writer and art consultant, Edinburgh, UK

Photo: Ishbel MacDonald/BBC

Photo: Ishbel MacDonald/BBC

Bendor Grosvenor is best  known for his work as an art historian, most recently for his discovery of a lost Allan Ramsay portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie. Such high-profile finds have helped establish him as a regular presence on UK television, while confirming his credentials as an expert in the field of British art. This year, he was part of the steering panel behind Art Detective, a new online forum that encourages connoisseurs to provide specialist knowledge to public collections in the UK. After nearly a decade working in Philip Mould & Company, he has now left to concentrate on writing and consulting.

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