«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

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The romanticism of socialist realism -
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The soviet art of the 1920-1950s.
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Lidiya Ya. Timoshenko

1903, Petersburg - 1976, Moscow

In 1923-1928 L. Timoshenko studied in the State Arts & Industryl School (under the tutelage of M.P. Bobyshev, A.A. Rylov, P.A. Mansurov and also in the Ginkhuk (the State Institute of Art Culture) under the tutelage of P.A. Mansurov. In 1928 she joined "The Krug Khudozhnikov" ("The Artists' Circle") Society. From 1923 up to 1928 she participated in exhibitions of "The Artists' Circle" Society. In 1932-1935 she studied at post-graduate courses of Academy of Arts under the tutelage of A.I. Savinov; she began to occupy herself with making paintings with children as subject matter. From 1938 up to 1941 she was engaged at The Experimental Lithographic Workshop of LOSKh (the Leningrad City Department of the Artists' Union) where she created the well-known engraving "Katyusha". She is a participant of exhibitions since 1929: The State Russian Museum (1929, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1948); The State Tretyakov's Gallery (1941, 1946, 1947, 1954, 1955); The Soviet Graphics Exhibition in the British Royal Academy of Arts (London, 1945); The 28th International Art Exhibition  in Italy - XXVIII Biennale in Venice (1956);  The Soviet Graphics Exhibition in Iceland (Reykjavik, 1958).

  
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A sketch to the picture ‛S. M. Kirov with aviamodelists“, 1940
Этюд к картине "С.М.Киров с авиамоделистами", 1940

 

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