Painter of country homes and gardens
Jonathan Myles-Lea is one of the UK's leading landscape painters. With clients that include Prince Charles and the Oppenheimer family, he employs oil paints and meticulous techniques to capture the most beautiful and historic homes around the world. His bird's eye views of Burghley (pictured left, on the wall of the house it portrays), Highgrove and The Laskett in Herefordshire have led scholars to describe him as the successor to Rex Whistler, and the Bodleian Library in Oxford
is acquring his archive, regarding his work as 'an important continuation of the English landscape tradition'.
Jonathan is now based in LA, and is available for commissions.