Russian Art

When the czar Alexander III took the throne in 1881—accompanied by his wife, Maria Feodorovna, he unwittingly began a lavish Easter tradition within the Russian imperial court—the bedazzled egg.
In the age of smartphones and smartglasses, we might feel blasé about a camera hidden in a hollowed-out hardcover book or a carton of Marlboros. As clunky as they may seem now, these objects were…
An extremely rare work by Russian avant-garde master Ivan Kliun (1873-1943), one of very few works by the artist in private hands, is set to lead Sotheby’s forthcoming sale of Russian Paintings (…

PDNB Gallery is proud to present the first solo exhibition for Russian artist, Vadim Gushchin

(b. Novosibirsk, 1963) in…

Jackson’s is pleased to announce this upcoming auction featuring the William Garner Welbon (1866-1960) collection of imperial Russian treasures acquired by Mr. Welbon in 1920’s Russia, including…

A team of Russian underwater explorers may have stumbled upon a cache of lost artworks worth millions.

London – Kicking off London’s Russian Art Week, on November 26 Christie’s Important Russian Art auction will present 268 lots featuring important paintings that are fresh to the market and…