Fine Art Partners was founded 2007 by Daniel Tümpel and Dr. Loretta Würtenberger.
Fine Art Partners is owned by its founders and privately financed. This enables us to think and act independently, in complete dedication to our clients and without serving outside interests. Our special combination of art market and financial know-how as well as a great personal passion for the arts enables to make thorough investment decisions and give differentiated, value-added advice to dealers, collectors and artists’ estates.
› Daniel Tümpel
Daniel Tümpel studied History and Economics in Amsterdam and Birmingham. Prior to founding FAP, he worked as an investment banker for MeesPierson and Morgan Stanley. His family background led to early contacts with the art world: his late father being an internationally recognized Rembrandt scholar, his mother a former museum director and his grandfather a student at the Bauhaus. Daniel is the supervisor of the family’s Bauhaus archive and collection.
› Dr. Loretta Würtenberger
After completing her law studies Loretta Würtenberger earned her doctorate in international copyright and patent law at the Max Planck Institute and became a judge at the district court of Berlin. In 1998 she founded webmiles AG and was named Entrepreneur of the Year in 1999. Before joining Fine Art Partners she was a partner at Blue Corporate Finance. Loretta has been active in creating her own collection for a number of years. In 2007 she founded the Contemporary Arts Alliance, a non-profit organisation supporting young artists living and working in Berlin. Since 2001 she has been lecturing at various universities among others at St. Gallen, Paris and Berlin.