Judith Eurich


Bonhams, San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
Toured In
2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13

Judith Eurich, director of Prints, San Francisco, has been with Bonhams & Butterfields since 1995. Before joining the company she spent a decade with the San Francisco Fine Arts Museums' Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Art. From 1981-1989 Ms. Eurich served as curatorial assistant of Prints, Drawings and 19th-Century Photographs at the Achenbach, and from 1989-1992 as assistant curator of the same department.

Ms. Eurich's teaching experience includes art and art history courses and lectures at the Academy of Art College, San Francisco; the Hearst Art Gallery at St. Mary's College in Moraga; and the University of California Extension, San Francisco.

She is an accomplished printmaker in her own right and holds two advanced degrees, a Master of Fine Art, printmaking and a Master of Arts, art history, from San Francisco State University.

Her extensive background in the discipline of prints have given Ms. Eurich an exceptional range of knowledge, as well as a large network of relationships with collectors, members of the trade and curators. She brings these strong attributes to the appraisal and marketing of prints for Bonhams & Butterfields.

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