Linda Le Kinff (born 1949) has travelled extensively throughout her career to India, Tibet, Mexico and studied multiple techniques from across the world. She spent twelve years under the tutelage of Masters in Florence and Livomo learning the ancient art of tempura, egg painting and gold leafing. She has served apprenticeships in wood and copper engraving, studied lithography in Paris and has combined all of these with more modern techniques of acrylic and airbrushing to create her unique style of rendering artworks.Central to Le Kinff's body of work are her portrayal of woman, working without a model her inspiration draws from dreams and travel creating powerful, elegant images taking inspiration from the drawing of Matisse, the elegance of Modigliani and the vibrant symbolist palette of Gauguin. Le Kinff has exhibited widely in Europe, Australia and Japan and was the official artist of the 1988 World Cup.
Her serigraph in color on wove paper is signed lower right "Linda Le Kinff" in pencil. Framed and glazed.
The print was a Gift Aided donation to FARA Teddington