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Jennifer Li

4-H Goat
"4-H Goat"
9" x 12"
The Apple Crate
"The Apple Crate"
11" x 14"
SOLD
Aunt Ida
"Aunt Ida"
9" x 12"
Breakfast
"Breakfast"
9" x 12"
Bridget
"Bridget"
6" x 2.5"
SOLD
Bucket and sponge
"Bucket and sponge"
12" x 9"
China Tea
"China Tea"
11" x 14"
The Foundling
"The Foundling"
9" x 12"
Four & Twenty Blackbirds
"Four & Twenty Blackbirds"
11" x 14"
The Gardener's Boy
"The Gardener's Boy"
9" x 12"
Geranium
"Geranium"
9" x 12"
The Goat Cart
"The Goat Cart"
11" x 14"
The good mother
"The good mother"
14" x 24"
Hansel and Gretel
"Hansel and Gretel"
9" x 12"
The Harpsicord
"The Harpsicord"
9" x 12"
How do you do 1-50
"How do you do 1-50"
3.5" x 5"
Just a Pinch 2-25
"Just a Pinch 2-25"
11" x 14"
Kitchen Scene
"Kitchen Scene"
11" x 14"
Little Kitty 7-20
"Little Kitty 7-20"
7" x 2.5"
The magpie
"The magpie"
12" x 18"
The Merry Widow
"The Merry Widow"
7" x 9"
Metamorphisis
"Metamorphisis"
12" x 16"
SOLD
Morocan Robe
"Morocan Robe"
18" x 28"
SOLD
The Partisan
"The Partisan"
11" x 14"
The Peaches
"The Peaches"
11" x 14"
The Rabbit Muff 10-35
"The Rabbit Muff 10-35"
3" x 4.5"
SOLD
Red Boots
"Red Boots"
12" x 16"
SOLD
Red Boots 6-20
"Red Boots 6-20"
11" x 14"
SOLD
Roast until Tender
"Roast until Tender"
SOLD
Rodeo Belle
"Rodeo Belle"
12" x 16"
SOLD
The Rolling Pin
"The Rolling Pin"
11" x 14"
Silas Maccabee
"Silas Maccabee"
9" x 12"
Silver Polish
"Silver Polish"
9" x 12"
Snow Tiger
"Snow Tiger"
4.5" x 7.5"
SOLD
Starting to Snow
"Starting to Snow"
8" x 10"
Sunday Morning
"Sunday Morning"
11" x 14"
Trixie's Place
"Trixie's Place"
8" x 7"
SOLD
Trixie's Place 2-20
"Trixie's Place 2-20"
7" x 8"

Jennifer Li grew up in Mill Valley, California, but her family spent summers in Montana at a ranch near Augusta. After majoring in literature and philosophy at Bennington and Sarah Lawrence Colleges, she lived, studied, and painted in New York City for nearly twenty years before returning to Montana in 1998.

Li’s unusually meticulous oil painting technique is grounded in the varnish mediums of the Dutch Golden Age. The New York Times has described her work as "straightforwardly beautiful" with "an element of the weird". Her work has been noted for its color and luminosity, its imaginative and evocative content, and for the high quality of her technique.

Li studied painting for twelve years at the Art Students League of New York under distinguished realist painters Harvey Dinnerstein and Frank Mason. She welcomes inquiries from clients interested in commissioning portraiture.

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