A new exhibition will feature the masterpieces of monumental and historical genre produced by a unique creative team called Grekov War Artists’ Studio. Works of diverse topics cover the 1930s-1970s.
You will be able to see many iconic pictures ranking among the best ones in Russian art. The works are dedicated to the events of the Great Patriotic War. They were frequently reproduced in periodic press, their reproductions being printed in thousands.
The exhibition called “From long journey…” will be opened in the exhibition hall of “Sovcom” gallery on the 1st of April. Works of museum level will be presented in the exposition, many of these works have not been presented for several decades. These are works of Alexander Benois, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Leonard Turzhansky, Konstantin Gorbatov.Read more
This exhibition is a logic sequel to our previous project Soviet painting. Socialist realism, which aroused an avid interest among our clients, both established and new ones. We have expanded it by including all 156 lots of the upcoming evening sale on March 31 with a telling name “Auction. Soviet painting”. We have added to the Soviet Drawing section a lot of book and poster layouts, which can be seen straight in folders now, as well as mass-printed and original drawings. In our opinion, it will be especially exciting for collectors because sometimes you can see the artist’s sketches or comments overleaf. Most of these remarkable pictures were printed on postcards and in books published in the USSR. We post information about many such discoveries on our Facebook page. Another important section is Soviet sport.Read more
An exhibition and sale featuring paintings and drawings of the Russian and Soviet artists of the 20 century opens on November 9, 2015 at Sovcom Auction House.Read more
The 39th Russian Antique Salon opened atthe Central House of Artists in Moscow. The organizers marked a growing interest in social realism on the art market with a special exhibition. Four galleries occupied a large space of Hall No.14, which was not separated by stands.Read more
Auction house SOVCOM and Altruist Gallery invite you to a joint exhibition of Russian and Soviet art. The exhibition will show more than 200 paintings and graphic works. Section painting presented by such masters of Russian art, as I.I. Levitan, V.D. Polenov, I.I. Shishkin, P.P. Vereshchagin, I.K. Aivazovskiy, V.I. Surikov, V.A. Serov, Yu.Yu. Klever. Especially we want to mention the rare works of Mikhail Nikolaevich Yakovlev, create in the style of Russian Art Deco in 1913. In the paintings depict scenes from the life of ancient Russia, dedicated to St. Vladimir. Among the graphic works you will be pleasantly surprised rare sketches A.N. Benua, I.Ya. Bilibin, V.E. Makovskiy, K.E. Makovskiy. A separate section is devoted to the work of the Union of Russian Artists and continued the traditions of the second half of the twentieth century. The collection is presented with the following names: G.K Savitskiy, B.I. Urmanche, B.V. Sherbakov, S.V. Gerasimov, L.V. Turzhanskiy, Yu.P. Kugach, A.P. Tkachev, S.P. Tkachev, V.K. Byalinitskiy-Birulya and many others. We are waiting for you in our gallery and offer you the opportunity to recharge your art collection.Read more
We will be glad to provide with any required information and to accept requests for virtual bidding or for bidding by phone. You may purchase or order the catalog with the Gallery staff.Read more
The exhibition features different painting genres of the 1930-s-1980s. Top names and original local painters; many works are on show for the first time.Read more
We decided to do an exhibition under such an unusual name for our permanent and possibly future customers. More than 200 of graphic works and paintings by Russian and Soviet artists working in the twentieth century are presented , they are all for sale.Read more
Landscapes of Moscow and St. Petersburg of 1950-80s. The new exhibition. Opening on June 10.Read more
Antonina Alekseevna Romodanovskaya (1906, Moscow - 1985, Moscow) was an apprentice of V.A. Favorsky and N.N. Kupreyanov.Read more
Soviet genre of 1950-1980. New exhibition. Opening on January 15.Read more