Dr Bendor Grosvenor is an art historian specialising in Old Masters and British pictures, especially portraits. He is best known as the co-presenter of the BBC series 'Britain's Lost Masterpieces', and has discovered a number of important paintings by prominent artists. He is also a writer and a former government adviser on archives and public records.
Between 2005 and 2014 he worked in the London art trade, but is now based in Edinburgh, and is on the board of Scotland's leading auctioneers, Lyon & Turnbull. In 2014 Apollo Magazine included him in their '40 Under 40' feature, and in 2017 the Daily Telegraph named him as one of the 500 Most Influential People in Britain.
He is also a Group Leader on Art UK's Art Detective site.