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Baba Yaga

by Natasa Ilincic

“Vasilisa came out on to a small glade. She looked, and she saw a hut standing there. The fence round the hut was made of human bones and crowned with human skulls. The gate was no gate but the bones of men’s legs, the bolts were no bolts but the bones of men’s arms, and the lock was no lock but a set of sharp teeth.”

– Vasilisa the Beautiful


“Baba Yaga”

Watercolour on hot pressed 300gsm paper.

Size: 20.4 x 26.3 cm (8 x 10.3 inch)

$500 $500

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Nataša graduated in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Venice, with a thesis on female traditional Balkan tattooing. Following her studies, she moved to Scotland to pursue a career in art and illustration.
Her work, centered on mythology and inspired by dark corners of history and folklore, has been shortlisted for the Folio Society Book Illustration Competition 2017 and World Illustration Awards 2018, and exhibited in various galleries including the London House of Illustration and Somerset House.
Through her art, she aims to explore the spiritual relationship between humans and wilderness with a new voice, but one that echoes the wisdom of ancient ways.

Nataša lives in Edinburgh, with her partner and a little jungle of plants, and is the creator of A Compendium of Witches.

• www.natasailincic.com
• www.patreon.com/natasailincic