Sarah Stack is a Consultant Appraiser in Asian Works of Art at Doyle. She previously served in this position at Doyle from 1994 until 1996.
Prior to her affiliation with Doyle, she was Director of J.J. Lally & Co. – Oriental Art from 1986 until 1992 where her duties included various responsibilities, among them appraiser and expert. She was Director of the China Institute Gallery in New York from 1992-1994. From 2010 until 2014, she was a consultant in Oriental Art to Christie’s New York and worked on single-owner sales in the Chinese Works of Art department. In addition, she is a consultant to Consolidated Appraisal Company of New York as appraiser and specialist in Oriental Works of Art. She has been a contributing writer for Art & Auction and Oriental Art magazines.
Sarah was educated at the Groton School and at the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Oriental Studies with a minor in Art History. She continued her education at the Taiwan National University in Taiwan, Republic of China, in the Inter-University Program for Chinese language studies on a grant awarded by Stanford University.
Sarah has served as the Board President of the Clinton Community Library in Clinton Corners, New York, and as a boardmember of the Dutchess Day School in Millbrook, New York; the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation in Sheffield, Massachusetts; and Lighthouse Works on Fishers Island, New York.