Natasha has an M.A. in the history of art from UCL, specialising in Dutch 17th century genre painting and in Italian Renaissance art. She also studied the fine and decorative arts at Christie’s Education, while her first degree was in French and Italian (Cambridge). Having spent a number of years as a print and old master picture specialist at Christie’s, King Street, as well as a researcher on old master paintings at Johnny van Haeften and the Weiss Gallery, Natasha has a great deal of hands-on experience of paintings and works on paper. Currently she edits the annual ‘Old Masters’ catalogues of the Amsterdam gallery, Salomon Lilian. She has attended courses at Hampstead School of Art for some years, where she is taking her own artistic practice forward.