Nathanael Price’s role is to negotiate and manage insurances for large private and corporate collections, galleries, museums and exhibitions in the UK and abroad.  

Since joining Hallett with a first class degree in History of Art and Architecture from Reading in 2007, Nathanael has completed an MA in Medieval Art at the Courtauld Institute and an AHRC-funded PhD at University College London, where he taught an undergraduate course in Renaissance Art.  

His art historical research interests are the Reformation-era controversy over sacred images, and the intersections between Jewish and Christian visual cultures in early modern Italy.  

This academic background informs a wide-ranging interest in ancient, modern and contemporary art and architecture.  Nathanael lives in London with his wife and small children.