Founder & CEO

Victoria Golembiovskaya is a leading art entrepreneur and consultant who is passionate about finding the unexpected and developing curatorial concepts that interweave periods and practices.

She specializes in private sales for high-end private and institutional clients, with a primary focus on Impressionist, Modern, and blue-chip Post-War art. With a deep understanding of the art market and a proven track record of successful sales, Victoria is able to connect collectors with works that meet their specific aesthetic and investment objectives.

She gained international recognition with her London based advisory firm House of the Nobleman, established in 2010 and known as the first advisory of its kind to transform luxury residential and commercial properties into art exhibitions of scale and featuring works of fundamental historical importance.

From 2019 until 2021, Victoria was co-CEO of Colnaghi Gallery, the world’s oldest commercial art gallery for Antiquities and Old Masters. Utilising her expertise in bridging the worlds of ancient, old masters, modern and contemporary art, she successfully refreshed the company’s structure and established its first modern and contemporary department.

Convinced that the ever-evolving art market required an agile and tailored model beyond the traditional gallery structure, Victoria launched C1760 in 2022 as an independent agency and fusing her past work and experiences with both House of the Nobleman and Colnaghi. C1760 now operates out of London and New York and continues to push the boundaries as a hybrid consultancy and gallery dedicated to providing the best possible service to their clients and partners.

Victoria can be contacted at

Judith Reisinger

Director, New York

Judith Reisinger (born in Austria) is a seasoned professional in the arts and culture industry, with two decades worth of experience in advisory, management, and communication for premium clients.

She has established herself as a knowledgeable and trusted art consultant, working with a wide range of collectors and artists, helping them to navigate the complex art market and make informed decisions. Connecting people and spaces with art is her passion.

Her expertise in contemporary art and emerging talents, and her strength to develop personalized strategies, is highly valued by her clients. Her unique background, bridging Europe and New York, allows her to bring a fresh perspective to her work.

Judith holds a PhD degree from the Universities of Salzburg, Austria, and Sassari, Italy Science of Communications, Italian Literature, and Art History. She lives in New York’s Hudson Valley.

Judith works out of our NYC office and can be contacted at

Anastasia Lipatova

Fine Art Specialist, London Office

Anastasia Lipatova completed her Master’s in Contemporary Art at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London, in October 2020, and holds Master’s degree in law. Additionally, she enriched her knowledge through various short and extended courses at Christie’s and Sotheby’s, such as the Art&Business Semester Course.

She conducted extensive research on minimalism, abstract art, and figurative paintings during her studies. These educational pursuits have equipped her with a profound understanding of the art market, techniques, styles, and cultural backgrounds spanning from ancient to contemporary art, and shaped her specialization in modern and contemporary art.

As a project manager at Colnaghi Gallery she cultivated relationships with clients, curated art collections, and facilitated private sales. Her role ultimately transformed into fine art specialist under the umbrella of C1760.

Anastasia works out of our London office and can be contacted at

Anastasia Dolgopolova

Senior Director, London

Anastasia Dolgopolova was appointed as Senior Director of C1760 in January 2022. Based in London, she mainly focuses on Modern art as well as magnificent artworks by Post-War Italian artists.

Prior to joining C1760, Anastasia was a key member of the Modern and Contemporary department of Colnaghi gallery for over 2 years and before that was a Director of the high-profile Italian gallery in based London.

Anastasia drives sourcing in 20th Century, Post-War and Contemporary Art, focusing on business getting, art advisory and increasing sales volume. Her passion engages clients and institutions across Europe, a knowledge base she transfers into the strong results she continues to achieve for C1760.

Holding two Masters’ Degrees, such as Contemporary Art at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London and Acting at the Academy of Theatre Art in Saint-Petersburg, Anastasia is fluent in English, Italian and Russian.

Anastasia Dolgopolova works out from her London office and can be contacted at