Diana Flatto began working at Swann in 2012. As a Prints & Drawings Specialist, she estimates, researches, catalogues and conditions works of art, contributes original writing and editing to catalogues and prepares exhibition previews.
While Diana is interested in the full range of works on paper offered at Swann, her specialization is in German & Austrian and Latin American modern art. A favorite of Diana’s tenure in the department is the catalogue essay for Egon Schiele’s Schlafender Mann, which currently holds the record for the top price in the department (September 24, 2015; $905,000).
Diana graduated from Brandeis University with a B.A. in Art History and Business, and is an Art History M.A. candidate at Hunter College. When she isn’t filling her time with scholarly art historical pursuits, Diana can be found volunteering at Free Arts NYC, reading The New Yorker, or playing with her cat, Theo Steinlen.