"My paintings do not depict things that I actually observe but rather what I recall from the past and more accurately, what I wish to see. Drawing from historical and cultural imagery a map of identity that intermingle Eastern and Western ideals of beauty, as well as mythologies."
Natalia Rose is a renowned Danish artist recognized for her captivating semi-abstract creations, distinguished by the presence of pictograph-like symbols meticulously painted with broad and substantial brushstrokes. Through her artistic endeavors, Natalia Rose explores profound inquiries concerning the essence of communication and the remarkable capacity of color and iconographic markings to convey abstract and conceptual ideas.
Born in the year 1953 in Stavropol, Russia, she pursued her education at the prestigious Moscow State University before further refining her artistic skills at the esteemed University of Copenhagen. In 2014, Natalia Rose celebrated a significant milestone with her inaugural exhibition held in Copenhagen, marking the beginning of a remarkable journey that has since extended to notable cities worldwide, including New York, Paris, Amsterdam, and London.
Presently, Natalia Rose's artistic contributions have gained tremendous acclaim, resulting in the inclusion of her works in esteemed private collections spanning the globe. These collections proudly boast the artist's creations in countries such as the United States, Canada, Spain, Sweden, and various others. Located in Copenhagen, Denmark, Natalia Rose continues to thrive as an artist of great distinction.
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