Jonathan Myles-Lea is the UK's leading painter of country houses and gardens. Awarded the title 'Living National Treasure' by the editors of Country Life Magazine, he has completed more than 60 major commissions in 10 countries.

His clients include the Prince of Wales, Viscount Linley, Princess Salimah Aga Khan, Oprah Winfrey, Sir Roy Strong, Sir Anthony and Lady Caroline Bamford and the National Trust.

Myles-Lea also paints portraits of people. His friend the late Evelyn H. Lauder, former Senior Vice President of Estée Lauder was his patron in NYC. His Art Deco-inspired Abstracts are included in the collection of the TV & film producer Norman Lear in LA. More of Myles-Lea abstracts hang in collections in London, NYC, Moscow and Shanghai.
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Myles-Lea's cover of Country Life Magazine, 2009.
Myles-Lea's Geometric Abstract in the foyer of the Duke's Hotel, St James's, London.
 
'The successor to Stubbs and Constable'
Jonathan Self, Country Life Magazine

'The Modern Master of the country house capriccio'
- John Harris, Sotheby's
'Myles-Lea is a modern magus'
Trevor Barnes, Daily Telegraph

'I think of Jonathan as my court-artist'
- Sir Roy Strong