Helen Rosslyn


Helen Rosslyn has been the Director of the London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy of Arts since 1987. Having specialised in prints at Christie's, Helen is a respected writer and presenter of television art history documentaries. Her recent BBC series Brought with Love, The Secret History of British Art Collections brought to light Helen's own passion for the nation's important collections. 


As Chair of the Rosslyn Chapel Trust Fundraising Committee, Helen has recently spearheaded a £10 million conservation programme at the C15th Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland. 


Helen is Arts Editor for Tatler and presenter of the Tatler online short film series In the Frame.



Television credits include:

Rosslyn Chapel: A Treasure in Stone  |  BBC Four

Great Estates  |  PBS, USA

Bought with Love: The Secret History of British Art Collections  |  BBC Four

The Quizeum  |  BBC Four

Castiglione, Rogue Genius of the Baroque  |  BBC Four


Books include:

Rosslyn, Country of Painter and Poet | National Gallery of Scotland, 2001

William the Cat and the Rescue of Rosslyn Chapel | 2016

Rosslyn | Scala, 2017

A Buyer's Guide to Prints | Royal Academy Publications, 2018


Public Speaking at history festivals includes:

Chalke Valley History Festival | 2013 - 2015

Chatsworth Art Out Loud | Inaugural festival, 2015