specialist

Cynthia
L.
Klein

Senior Vice President / Director, Prints & Multiples | Prints & Multiples

Cynthia L. Klein joined Doyle as Director of the Prints Department in 2000 and also serves as an estate appraiser and auctioneer for the firm. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Art History and her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with honors, and was Phi Beta Kappa. She also pursued graduate studies in Art History at Rutgers University.

Ms. Klein is USPAP compliant with the Appraisers Association of America and has been in the appraisal and auction business for almost thirty years, having previously been with C.G. Sloan and Company Auctioneers of North Bethesda, Maryland, since 1991, where she was the Director of Prints and Manager and a Specialist in the Paintings Department.

Ms. Klein has participated several times as an appraiser on Antiques Roadshow, a WGBH production televised nationwide on the PBS network and is a charity auctioneer for fundraising events. She also lectures on the connoisseurship and collecting of Prints and Multiples.

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Picasso Ceramics

Cynthia Klein discusses the extraordinary ceramic objects created in the 1940s and '50s by one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.
Pablo Picasso, Visage au Nez Noir, Ceramic pitcher, 1969

Sublime Ceramics: Picasso’s Late Artistic Passion

Cynthia Klein, Director of Doyle’s Prints & Multiples Department, shares her insights into ceramics by Pablo Picasso. Best known for his paintings, prints and sculpture, Picasso became captivated by the medium of clay during his mid-60s and eventually created approximately 3,500 unique ceramic objects.