Victoria Sears Goldman is a New York City-based provenance researcher and art historian who received her PhD in Art History from Princeton University. Her area of scholarly expertise is Old Master prints and drawings, with a concentration in eighteenth-century Italian drawings. She has extensive experience in World War II-era and general provenance research, which she has conducted for such organizations as the Cleveland Museum of Art, the International Foundation for Art Research, and the Commission for Looted Art in Europe, as well as for several law firms. She also served as an expert witness for the plaintiff in De Sole et al v. Knoedler Gallery, LLC et al. A meticulous and thorough researcher proficient in French, German, and Italian, Victoria can research and confirm provenances, conduct general art historical research, assist in the preparation of a catalogue or exhibition, and serve as an expert provenance witness.