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Natasha Lien (British, b. 1977)

Natasha Lien, who trained as an undergraduate at Central Saint Martin's College of Art and Design in London and as a postgraduate at the prestigious Prince's Drawing School, has been reaching an ever-wider audience in recent years. Her works have been included in a number of public exhibitions in London (such as recent shows at the Royal College of Art; at the Mall Galleries; and at the Slade's Pearson Gallery), as well as having been selected for the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in 2004, 2007 and 2008.

Her view of trees in Kensington Gardens was singled out for particular praise during the 2007 Summer Exhibition when one reviewer wrote: "Natasha Lien’s [...] view of trees in Kensington Gardens [is] especially memorable". Although Lien is an artist who focuses her considerable talents on drawing and print-making, she also works in oil. Her graphic compositions tend to focus on landscapes and buildings, captured with technical virtuosity, a strong sense of the rhythms inherent in form and a penetrating feeling for the very essence of what she is looking at.

Natasha's work is in many private collections, including those of HRH The Prince of Wales and Kevin Spacey. Natasha welcomes requests for commissions, and has recently completed a large drawing of The Old Vic Theatre.

Publications: featured in The Artist magazine, February 2007 and June 2008
The Royal Academy Illustrated Catalogue 2007.

Natasha Lien. The Old Vic Theatre

The Old Vic Theatre
limited edition print
29.5 x 42cm.
Edition of 100 examples signed by the artist, 12 de luxe examples signed by the celebrated Hollywood actor and Old Vic artistic director Kevin Spacey who owns the original drawing after which the print has been made

£175 unframed, £250 (framed)

Natasha Lien. Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens
Etching on wove paper with full margins
signed, titled and numbered from the edition of 20 by the artist in pencil
550 x 770mm. (plate); 680 x 860mm. (sheet)

£375 (unframed); £495 (framed in oak)

Exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, 2008.

2001-2012 Cambridge Book & Print Gallery