Katherine Field is a native of Canada and moved to England to complete a Masters in Fine and Decorative Art at Sotheby's Institute of Art. Since then she has worked at Tate Britain, the Foundling Museum, The British Art Journal, and the V&A Museum of Childhood and has been involved in the commercial art world as a researcher for two well-respected London dealers in Old Master and British pictures.

Since 2011 she has been Senior Editor of the Philip de László catalogue raisonné and has recently curated 'Philip de László: "I am an Artist of the World…"' at the Hungarian National Gallery. Since December 2019 she has shared the role of Packard Curator at Palace House in Newmarket, home of the National Horse Racing Museum and the collection of the British Sporting Art Trust.

Katherine Field