«New Gallery» established in 1989 in Moscow.
We specializes in Soviet Art of Socialist Realism of the 1920-50s.:
Painting, Drawing, Poster, Applied Art.
This is one of the largest assemblage among the private collections.
The gallery bears the responsibility for all the information accompanying on the exhibitors.


The contact for questions
concerning acquisition:

Russia, Moscow
+7-917-594-71-61
+7-916-159-73-81

art@ngart.com


About Gallery Painting Graphics Poster Applied Art Press

 

 



The romanticism of socialist realism -
- the other side of the coin.
The soviet art of the 1920-1950s.
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Pyotr S. Dobrynin

1876, village Ust-Uren - 1948, Moscow

P. Dobrynin studied at the Kazan' Art School (1896-1902), then in the Academy of Arts (since 1902) at F.A. Rubo studio. In 1908 his study for "The Falcon Hunting" got the First Prize at a competition. In 1911 he was awarded the status of an artist for the canvas "The Tsar's Construction Work. 17th Century". He lived in Simbirsk, then in Moscow. He was one of "The Fellowship of the Independent" (1910-1917). In 1906 he collaborated with St. Petersburg satire magazines. In 1914-1917 he made sketches from the frontlines of the First World War. He's got a number of well-known posters to his repute. He contributed to the creations of dioramas for the State Museum of Revolution in Moscow (1930s), for the World Exhibition in New-York (1939), for the All-Union Agricultural Exhibition (1939), etc. His works were presented at the International Exhibition in Venice (1914).

 
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The Taiga, 1930s
Макет плаката "Тайга", 1930е
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Murmansk Trawler Depot, 1934
Мурманская трал-база, 1934
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Captive Germans, 1941
Пленные фрицы, 1941
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Model of the poster "Surrender", 1910s
Сдача в плен. Макет плаката. Кон. 1910х
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A Destroyed Bridge, 1920s
Разрушенный мост, 1920-е

 

Contact us:
The New Gallery, Moscow, RUSSIA
(495) 251-25-98, 8-916-159-73-81

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