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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About Gallery Painting Graphics Poster Applied Art Press

Porcelain Faince
Painted

Applied Art

The porcelain products created in Russia , have a rich history. At the beginning it was the forms and decors borrowed from the best European samples. In 1765 an Imperial Porcelain Factory was created .

The main customer of was an Imperial Family. Products of the factory won high awards at the international exhibitions in London , Paris , New York , Bruxelles, Vein.

Now the international auctions "Sotbis" and "Christies" struggle for the right to possess products from porcelain . Very famous - products of the Gardner 's Porcelain manufactory from the end of XVIII century. Kuznetzov ( ) dynasty is the special place in history of Russian porcelain. They borrows a faience factory in Gjel ( ), Dulyovo porcelain factory, factory in Riga , in Tvier. At the end of XIX century Kuznetzov have created whole Porcelain Empire.

Since 1917 porcelain became a subject of Propaganda ideals of Revolution (as others genres of art). "Proletarian style" was very popular. Well-known artists (Kandinsky, Malevich, Chehonin, Tatlin etc.) painted services and separate subjects with poster elements, graphic industrial images, pictures in proletarian style. For last ten years the interest of collectors does not weaken, but grows in a constant progression.

In "New gallery" collection - porcelain and faience exhibits from the different periods.

It consists of two component parts:
a)Authors' works: castings, ceramics and other plastic arts.
Some names: V.Kovalsky, P.Kozhin, V.Mihalev, S.Orlov, Brgezitskaya, Pavlovsk, , etc.

b)Commercial production: porcelain and glazed earthenware, majolica, biscuit etc.

Main Manufacturers:
Lomonosov Porcelain Factory ( Leningrad );
Dmitrov Porcelain Factory (town of Verbilki, Moscow region);
The town of Gzhel;
Dulyovo Porcelain Factory (town of Dulyovo, Moscow region)

This department represent other subjects of arts and crafts: from a stone, a tree, and also furniture, vintage , carpets, tools, etc.

 
Porcelain Faince
Unpainted
Soviet Propaganda Porcelain
Glazed
Ceramics
Carpets, Gobelins, Embroidery
Vintage
Metal, Stone
Wood
Tools
Subject of interior befor 1917
 

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

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