Tanya Baxter has more than 25 years’ experience in the Post-Modern, Modern British and
Contemporary art markets. Her bespoke services and personal curate on cater to a prestigious
clientele including multinational banks, hedge funds and luxury residential properties for whom she
acts as house advisor.
Baxter cut her teeth as an art dealer in Hong Kong, opening one of Asia’s first Western galleries in
the 1990s. With an art advisory in both London and Hong Kong, she is able to source works
globally. Recent exhibitions have featured works by Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Lucian Freud,
Tracey Emin and Andy Warhol.
Baxter understands the importance of art collecting and investment in the context of wealth
management. She provides clients with a comprehensive service, including sourcing and due
Tanya Baxter’s clients are major investors in blue chip art for whom art is an increasingly essential
part of their investment portfolio. Her clients are all over the world, including the Middle East, the
USA, Asia and Europe. With a reputation for excellence in the Modern and Contemporary art
world, and an experienced research team, Baxter is well qualified to provide sound advice with
attention to detail. Working with many high-profile individuals and royal families, confidentiality and
trust are paramount.
Baxter has a proactive presence at some of the most prestigious art fairs in the world, in London,
Miami and Hong Kong. She has an unparalleled understanding of the art market and a proven
track record of sourcing works by renowned artists. Since 2015, Baxter has been the exclusive art
curator at Heathrow Terminal 5’s VIP Lounge, offering rare investment opportunities to a high-
Tracey Emin – Me-May 2019, 2 colour lithograph on Somerset Velvet Warm White 400gsm. Produced by Counter Studio, Margate, 55.5 x 45.5 cm, Signed, numbered and dated by the artist, Ed of 50
Tracey Emin – Four Thousand Years, 1 colour lithograph on Somerset Velvet Warm White 400gsm. Produced by Counter Studio, Margate, 65.5 x 55.5 cm, Signed, numbered and dated by the artist, Ed. 50
Tracey Emin - No Surrender (2019), 4 Colour lithographic print on Somerset Velvet Warm White 400gsm. Paper,Produced by Counter Studios, Margate, Ed of 75, 86 x 69 cm
Francis Bacon – Seated Figure, 1977, Etching and aquatint, 1993, Edition of 90, signed with stamp, 164 x 121.5 cm
Natasha Sedaghat - Seated Figure, 2019, bronze, 60 x 55 x 45 cm
Lucy Poett - Polar Bear, resin, 55 x 94 x 25 c
Marc Quinn - Untitled 2019, unique artwork on paper, hand-finished in oil paint by the artist on pigment print with silkscreen glaze, 80 cm diameter.
Marc Quinn - Untitled, 2019, unique artwork on paper, hand finished in oil paint by the artist on pigment print with silkscreen glaze, 80 cm diameter
Fred Sorrell - Boundary, 2019, acrylic onlinen, 170 x160 cm
Zeng Chuanxng - White Paper Bride, giclee on canvas, 64.8x80cm
Chris Levine - Lightness of Being [Freedom edition](2021), diasec-mounted giclee print on aluminum composite panel, Digital signature, ed. of 1000, 70 X 90 cm
Damien Hirst - Psalm Print Verba Mea Auribus, Screenprint in colours with diamond dust on wove paper, 2009, signed in pencil, numbered 20of50), 74 x 71.5cm
Konstantin Bessmertny - English Breakfast, 2022, oil on canvas, 90 x 155 cm
Bridget Riley - Untitled Blue (Schubert 25), 1978, screenprint in colours on wove paper, ed. 27of75, printed by Graham Henderson, London, published by the artist ,signed numbered and dated 1978, 57 x ...
Imi Knoebel -Zeichnung, 1994, Acrylic on plexiglass, 88.5 x 64 cm
Pip Todd - Warmoth- Looking down the River Thames towards Battersea Power Station, oil on board, 100 x 170 cm