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Natasha Landau

Natasha Landau was born and educated in St. Petersburg, Russia, where she studied painting and costume design for film and theater. After immigrating to the United States, she continued her career designing costumes for film, television, and theater to much critical acclaim, including Emmy and Cable Ace Awards, nominations for the Golden Globe Best Picture winner, RASPUTIN. She designed costumes for more than 40 movies in the U.S. and Russia.


Natasha was a guest costume designer at the Julliard School at Lincoln Center in New York and has taught costume design at the Lester Polyacov Stage Forum in Greenwich Village, as well as lecturing at the Columbia University Film School.


As an accomplished artist, Natasha continues to paint and exhibit her artwork. Her inspiration for art comes from literature, music, and her love for nature. She paints in oil, acrylic, and watercolors.

Sketches for Rimsky Korsakov ballet “Scheherazade “ ( 14 x 10 ) watercolor

Sketches for Rimsky Korsakov ballet “Scheherazade “ ( 14 x 10 ) watercolor

Master and Margarita. ( M. Bulgakov) 40 x 40, oil.

“Clever Things“ 40 x40. Pencil

“Clever Things“ 20 x 18. Pencil

Girl with the jumping robe. Oil.

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