«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 -
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The soviet art of the 1920-1950s.
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Nikolai M. Kochergin

1897, Moscow - 1974, Leningrad

In 1918 N. Kochergin graduated from the Stroganov's Cental Art Industrial College. During the Civil War he managed a poster-producing workshop in Kharkov, later he was one of the organizers of the ROSTA Satirical Display Windows' local branches, first in Baku, later in the whole of Caucasian region. N. Kochergin was among the first artists, who were at the origins of the Soviet political poster. From 1922 he lived in Leningrad. In 1923 he entered the membership of the Association of the Revolutionary Russia Artists (AKhRR). As an art director N. Kochergin worked for the Leningrad Puppet-show Theatre and  for other theatres as well. During the 2nd World War as a poster artist he collaborated with the creative union "The Militant Crayon", he also drafted post-cards. For more than 25 years N. Kochergin devoted himself to book illustrating for children. The title of an Hohoured Artist of the RSFSR was confered on him. His works are in the Russia's State Library (Moscow) and the State Central Public Library named after N.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin.

 
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Drawing, 1930s
"Знаменитый ахал-кетинец Бек-Назар-Дор и его хозяин Бек-Назар", 1930е
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Kara-Kush, 1920s
Кара-Куш, 1920е
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Drawing, 1920s
"Сельсоветчик догнал меня...", 1920е

 

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

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