The Fine Art Auction Channel is a platform dedicated to bringing fine art to collectors and enthusiasts around the world. At the heart of the channel are two women who have made it their mission to share their knowledge and passion for art with the world: Lucy Cowley and Rachel Gualtieri.

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Lucy Cowley’s love of adventure and travel led her to a career in the cruise industry, where she worked as a shore excursion manager and, later, as an art auctioneer. After spending nearly a decade at sea, Lucy decided to return to land and continue her work in the luxury industry. Eventually, she found her way back to her true passion: art. Today, Lucy is a vital part of The Fine Art Auction Channel, bringing her expertise and enthusiasm to every broadcast.

Rachel Gualtieri is a fine art curator and auctioneer with decades of experience in the art world. Rachel’s passion for fine art and luxury goods led her to become an art auctioneer, where she has conducted thousands of live auctions for audiences around the world. Rachel’s expertise extends to a wide range of art styles and periods, from classic museum masters to contemporary living artists.



Both Lucy and Rachel are passionate about educating audiences on the history and significance of fine art. They believe that everyone should have access to art and that it should be enjoyed and appreciated by as many people as possible. Through their work at The Fine Art Auction Channel, they strive to make fine art accessible and approachable, and to help collectors make informed decisions about their art purchases.

Lucy and Rachel’s love of art and dedication to their craft make them invaluable members of The Fine Art Auction Channel team. Their passion, knowledge, and expertise are evident in every broadcast, and they continue to inspire and educate audiences around the world.

We are grateful for the contributions of Lucy Cowley and Rachel Gualtieri to The Fine Art Auction Channel and the art world as a whole. We look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future and how they will continue to help shape the world of fine art.