«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


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.
The illustrated album-catalogue.


Ivan I. Konstantinov   

1887, Saratov - 1971, Saratov

I. Konstantinov was born and dwelt in Saratov. In 1910 he entered the Bogolyubov College of Graphics. In 1914 he has been mustered into the army and transfered to Persia where he kept on his drawing. When in 1918 I. Konstantinov came back to Saratov, he continued his studies at the College under the tutelage of S.I. Savinov and P.S. Utkin. Some time later the College was transformed into the Higher Liberal Arts State Atelier. I. Konstantinov went on with his studies at the Leningrad Academy of Arts (1923-1925).

He chaired the Saratov Artists' Society  (OSKh). I. Konstantinov's works are exhibited at the Radischev Museum.


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Lady in a Hat, 1924
Дама в шляпе, 1924
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Drawing, 1916
Из военной жизни, 1916
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Female Medical Students in Kostroma, 1922
Медички в Костроме, 1922
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Leningrad. At a Hostel, 1923
Ленинград. В общежитии, 1923
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Arable Land at Foothills, 1916
Пашня в предгорье, 1916
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Garden in a Convent. Saratov, 1921
Сад женского монастыря. г.Саратов, 1921
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Derku-Zeleny, the Urals region, 1928
Дерхул-Зелёный. Ур. обл, 1928
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A Forge Shop-Leningrad, 1923
Кузнечный цех - Ленинград, 1923
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Children, 1920
Дети, 1920
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Nude, 1920
Обнаженная, 1920


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