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Painter, graphic artist, book designer, illustrator, teacher.
Representative of an ancient Moscow genus of Philippoff-Polyansky-Parfentijev.
Graduated from State Printing Academy (painting, graphics, book design) (Moscow, Russia), l`Institute de Langue et Civilization Françaises (Paris, France), Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (Milan, Italy), Cité internationale des arts (Paris, France), Mendocino Art Center (California, USA). Field of study: graphic design and book illustration.
More than 60 solo and group exhibitions in the worldwide. Designer of more than 200 books as well as the design of calendars, catalogs, magazines, art albums. Member of the International Association of Artists ARTEC (France), the Moscow Artists Union (Russia), participant of the Salon of Independent Artists that was organized for the first time in 1884 by Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Henri de Toulouse- Lautrec, Camille Pissarro, Albert Dubois-Pillet, Odilon Redon, Georges Seurat, Paul Signac, Grand Concours International Award winner (France). The developer and organizer of the unique art courses, private classes and plein airs in Russia, Poland, Luxembourg, Lithuania.
Participant of international charity auctions and programs ("Operation HOPE" (Russia), International Charity Fair (Luxembourg), "White Dreams" (Lithuania) and others. Since 2014, she regularly takes part in charity auctions of the Lions Women's Club (LIONS moterų klubas) in Palanga (Lithuania).
Natalia Grigorieva's works held in collections of Fund of Culture (Russia, Luxembourg), Polenovo Museum (Russia) and in private and corporate collections in Russia, England, Austria, Luxembourg, USA, France, Italy, Israel, Finland, Lithuania, South Korea, Japan.
“Natalia Grigorieva is a Muscovite and her art is undoubtedly rooted in Moscow poetics and cultural traditions … Her style is distinguished by a bright, perfectly measurable space, the feeling of a beautiful world generously blooming in a transparent and pure free-air environment, clear-cut shapes, plasticity of every motif…” – Anatoly Kantor, art historian, Honored Art Worker of the Russian Federation, President of the Russian Academy of Art Critics.
“I have an impression that Grigorieva is learning to experience life "in terms of painting". To experience her visual as well as historical and cultural impressions without simply illustrating the latter, naturally, but concealing them in her perception of nature ("as the morning mist conceals the fields…" to quote a poet.) It seems that the painting “dough” her works are made out of, preserves a physical stamp of her emotions, her breathlessness, changed moods, heartbeat, her raptures, subconscious anxieties and their overcoming…” – Alexander Borovsky, MA art history, Head of Modern Trends Dept., The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.