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PAUL VINEY   PAUL VINEY
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Paul Viney is chairman of Woolley & Wallis, the Salisbury-based fine-art auctioneers. He began his career at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. He then worked for the National Trust at Waddesdon Manor, the former Rothschild house near Aylesbury, before joining Phillips Auctioneers, where he was vice president in New York for three years and European director from 1986 until 1992. He is well known to Radio 2 listeners for his annual Children in Need auctions with Terry Wogan, Jimmy Young, Ken Bruce and others. He has lectured extensively.

 

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