Natasha Raskin Sharp of Antiques Road Trip shares a sweet tribute to her famous father






Francesca Shillcock




Journey on the road of antiquities star and broadcaster Natasha Raskin Sharp is a proud daughter and often takes the opportunity to share her father’s impressive works.

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Posting on her Instagram this week, the BBC presenter was keen to spread the word about her dad, Philip Raskin’s latest work and how fans can bid.

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In the caption, Natasha told her followers, “The latest @philip_raskin_art auction (“Panoramas & Petites”) is ready to view online – click the link in my bio.”

She added: “Twenty-eight original paintings by the Scottish artist I call ‘Dad’ will go under the hammer, live online, on June 22.”

Natasha’s fans were understandably impressed with the beautiful pieces. One person said in the comments section, “That’s beautiful, smart daddy!” A second agreed, writing, “They are stunning. Truly stunning,” while a third added, “Fabulous artwork!”

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Natasha shared this photo of her dad’s work on her social media

The TV presenter, who is also known for her work on other popular daytime shows, Bargain hunting, recently told him HELLO! on his bond with his father and how he influenced his career.

Speaking of her early career aspirations before getting into the world of antiques, the 35-year-old said: “I thought I was going to follow in my parents’ footsteps. My parents were restorers for 20 years and I just assumed I was going to continue running their restaurant or doing something in the hospitality industry myself.”

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Natasha works on Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip

However, Natasha was then inspired to get into the auction business after her father persuaded her to participate in an auction. “He took me to a not typical art auction. He took me to a contemporary art auction which is still quite unusual in the antique world, that was over a 10 years now.”

She continued: “It hadn’t occurred to me to work in the world of auctions. Without my dad, I wouldn’t have known you could do such exciting things or sell contemporary art to auctions, which I continue to do to this day, and indeed, not only catalog them, but sell them from The Rostrum, so I have a lot to thank him for and I remember very, very clearly a real moment marking.

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