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States of Undress: 5 Reasons to Collect Natasha Law's Semi-Nudes

States of Undress: 5 Reasons to Collect Natasha Law's Semi-Nudes
Jude Law and Natasha Law in front of the artist's work.

Here are five reasons to collect the work of Natasha Law:

1. Depicting svelte bodies and accented garments, it’s no surprise that the work of Natasha Law has become a favorite in the fashion industry. Her works have been featured by Max Mara, Anthropologie, and FrostFrench, and her clients include Vogue, Harrods, Samsung, and Tiffany & Co.

2. Since the late 1990s, Natasha Law has been photographing and drawing her close friends. Afterwards, she crops and simplifies the composition and transposes the lines onto paper before coating each section with contrasting colors of household gloss paint. 

3. The results are female figures in various sates of undress, whose panties, heels, breasts, and hair emerge from cut-out shapes verging on abstraction.

4. Law was born in London (1970) to a very creative family… her younger brother became an actor. (Does the name Jude Law ring a bell?)

5. Law has held solo exhibitions all over the globe, from Bortalomi Gallery in New York to Space Gallery in Tokyo to Eleven Fine Art in London.

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