Petrova Natalia Vladimirovna was born in 1950, August 1 in Charkiv in the artists family. So it's no wonder that in 1972 the girl finished the College of Arts, Charkiv and entered the Arts University.|
Since 1982 Natalia is a Member of the Union of Ukrainian Artists. Natalia exhibits her works since 1973 and participates in the international and republic exhibitions since 1975.
1975-1983 her paintings represented modern Soviet art in the "Gessoko" Gallery, Japan.
Participated in the Soviet exhibitions:
1982 - "Selfportrait", "Red Ikar" (Moscow)
1983 - "Summer still-life" (Moscow)
1984 - "New day" (Moscow, Academy of Arts)
The artist's works belong to the collections of the Charkiv Museum and the Sumy Museum. The "Poltavshina fogs", "Partizan steps" and "Autumn walse" have been purchased by the Union of Ukrainian Artists. Most paintings belong to the private collestions in Japan, England, the USA, Izrael, Canada and Germany.
She prefers still-life, portrait and landscape genres.
1996 - Severodonetsk
1999 - Charkiv
2001 - Charkiv
2002 - Charkiv, Nurnberg House