specialist

Cynthia
L.
Klein

VP/Director, Prints & Multiples | Prints & Multiples

Cynthia L. Klein joined Doyle as Director of the Prints Department in 2000.  She has been in the appraisal and auction business for 17 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 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 has participated as an appraiser on the PBS series, Antiques Roadshow.

Current & Upcoming Auctions

Current Auction

Dogs in Art® & Sporting Art

Tue, Oct 08, 2019 at 10am EDT |
New York
Exhibition dates:  Oct 04 Oct 05 Oct 06
2019-10-08 10:00:00 2019-10-08 18:00:00 America/New_York Dogs in Art® and Sporting Art Consignments Are Currently Being Accepted. Please note that the end time is an estimate based on average auction duration and is not guaranteed; auctions may end earlier or later than their estimated end time. New York Doyle [email protected]

Upcoming Auction

Prints & Multiples

Tue, Oct 22, 2019 at 10am EDT |
New York
Exhibition dates:  Oct 19 Oct 20 Oct 21
2019-10-22 10:00:00 2019-10-22 18:00:00 America/New_York Prints and Multiples Consignments Are Currently Being Accepted. Please note that the end time is an estimate based on average auction duration and is not guaranteed; auctions may end earlier or later than their estimated end time. New York Doyle [email protected]

Featured Story


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.