From Russia With Art is a fine art gallery in Cambridge MA, featuring work by local and international artists. Our doors were open for 3 years in 2010-2012 at 1977 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA. Now From Russia with Art is a pop-up gallery which is open by appointment, and also tours selected works at regional exhibits such as: Art & Design 20/21, Boston Print Fair, Annual Boston International Fine Art Show at Cyclorama, From Russia with Arts & Culture Festivals (Manchester-by-the-Sea, Newton, Clinton MA), Capital Art Print Fair in Washington DC, Brooklyn Antiquarian Book & Print Fair, Commonwealth Lyric Theater’s “Aleko” Opera Exhibition (Brighton MA), an “Uncle Vanya” Russian art exhibition at Apollinaire Theater in Chelsea, MA, “World Around Us” juried fine art show at York, Maine, Art Association, “Magic of Russia” exhibition of seldom-seen in the USA Russian etchings in Bath, ME, Annual Cambridge Open Studios, and many others.
The collage of original paintings by our featured artists Anatoly Dverin, Alexander Vetrov, George Lapchinsky , Sergei Danilin and Irena Makoveeva was created for the MA-Matryoshka Family Festival in Clinton, MA in May 2016.
Holiday exhibition of Russian prints at the Green Lion Gallery, Bath, ME:
The Green Lion Gallery & From Russia With Art invite you to celebrate a Holiday season with an exhibition of etchings and other prints by some of Moscow’s leading artists.
The show will feature rare to be seen in the United States work by Stanislav Nikireyev, Alexander Vetrov, Vladimir Vorobyov, and Irina Makoveeva, well-known artists in the Russian and international art world. Beautiful autumn and winter scenes of villages and monastery towns will bring your imagination into Russian winter. The engravings of dogs, cats, birds, tigers and many other animals by I. Makoveeva are outstanding and internationally acclaimed.
The exhibition is curated by Jerry and Olesya Koenig of Cambridge, Russian art experts, collectors and owners of From Russia With Art gallery. Works on display at the Green Lion will include etching, drypoint, aquatint, and other works that they just brought back from a recent trip to Russia.
The Green Lion (www.greenlionart.com) gallery and working art studio in Bath specializes in handmade, limited-edition fine art prints, including woodcuts, etchings, lithographs, and other work created by hand and individually printed. In addition to the Russian work on display, the gallery currently represents other print artists from as far away as New Mexico and Wales, although most (including artist/owner David Morgan) are based in Maine. It also shows historic prints and other unusual artwork from the 18th to the 21st centuries. Open from Tue-Sat from 10-5 pm, Sun from 10-4PM. The Russian prints exhibition is on view till March 25, 2019.
Happy Holiday season, dear friends!
We are also open by appointment in Cambridge. Please contact us at 857 756 8185 and email@example.com.
SEPTEMBER 2018 EXHIBITIONS
Green Lion Gallery, 104 Front St., Bath, ME (September 3rd)
Reception with Galleries principals Olesya & Jerry Koenig and David Morgan on Monday, from 1-4 PM.
Green Lion Gallery (www.greenlionart.com) in collaboration with From Russia with Art hosts pop-up exhibition of etchings and prints by some of Russia’s leading printmakers. Refreshments will be served.
Brooklyn Antiquarian Book & Print Fair, from September 8-9th, https://www.brooklynbookfair.com , and Cambridge Open Studios, at Harvard Sq., 1100 Massachusetts Avenue, from September 29-30.
Some of Russia’s best artists have focused their creative energy mastering printmaking, particularly etching – and the results are breathtaking, but hard to find in this country. From Russia With Art Gallery in Cambridge, MA is helping to change that, with an exhibition of etchings and other prints by some of Russia’s leading artists. The show will feature work by Stanislav Nikireev, Alexander Vetrov, Vladimir Vorobyov, and Irina Makoveeva, well-known artists in the Russian and international art world. People’s Artist of Russia Stanislav Nikireev (1932-2007,) a Member of Russian Academy of Art, was one of the most remarkable Masters of modern Russian Fine Arts. Experts consider his incredibly detailed works as a unique phenomenon in current landscape art and etching technique, to be compared only with the legacy of old Masters, such as Albrecht Durer, Rembrandt van Rijn and especially Pieter Brueghel the Elder.
In addition, rarely seen in the United States etchings, aquatints and dry points by “Honored Artists of Russia” Alexander Vetrov, Vladimir Vorobyov and Irina Makoveeva will also be presented as part of these exhibitions. Vetrov, Vorobyov and Makoveeva have had exhibitions in America and Europe. Ms. Makoveeva has even participated in exhibitions and workshops throughout Asia for animal dry points in 2015-2017.
The exhibitions are curated by Olesya and Jerry Koenig of Cambridge, MA. Olesya and Jerry are Russian art experts, collectors and owners of From Russia With Art Gallery (www.fromrussiawithart.org) in Cambridge. For the past 8 years the gallery has maintained an internet presence and features several moving exhibitions a year, selling and building knowledge of contemporary Russian-American art and Russian-American cultural relations. Works on display at September 2018 exhibitions will include etchings, which they just brought back from a recent trip to Russia, and original works on paper by A. Mosca
“People’s Artist of Russia” Stanislav Nikireev (1932-2007) “Aunt Frosya’s Yard” etching, #50/80, 21” x22.5” 1981-2016
The Capital Art Print Fair, March 30-31, 2019
We are happy to announce that From Russia With Art Gallery will be participating for the third time in the Capital Art Print Fair in Washington DC. The 2019 Capital Art Fair will take place at the Holiday Inn-Rosslyn Westpark Hotel in Arlington, VA, at the last weekend of March, 2019, during world famous Washington DC cherry blossom season.
As the successor to the Washington Fine Print Fair and the Washington International Print Fair, the Capital Art Fair is now in its thirty-seventh year of bringing collectible and desirable art to the Washington, DC, area. This year, the fair will present about 25 distinguished art dealers from across the United States showing fine prints, drawings and other works on paper ranging from the art of the Old Masters to the work of living artists producing contemporary work in all media. The show has always been very strong in the areas of nineteenth and twentieth century American art, Japanese Prints, and early and modern European prints and drawings. Joining the show for the third season is From Russia With Art, which will exhibit the work of contemporary Russian masters.
Featured image: Alexander Vetrov “ Mild September in Sergiev Posad”
colored etching, 1998, 11,8″ x12,2″.
Our gallery’s showroom and our website feature a unique collection of etchings, dry point etchings, sculptures, oil, acrylic and mixed media paintings. These are certified original pieces by artists whose work was previously difficult to find in America. Our gallery has over 400 works of fine art, with a range of prices, making shopping an easy way to discover a new addition to your personal collection or a perfect gift for someone special.
The Gallery accepts payments via debit/credit cards, personal checks, and PayPal. For payment by check, please select that option on checkout and mail checks payable to “From Russia With Art Gallery” at PO Box 400302, Cambridge MA 02140.
We will make shipments of original artworks in the United States and Canada, please allow us 7 – 10 business days to process and ship your order. Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing a framed painting or etching, we can customize your order to include personalized matting and framing. Our frames are all custom, Italian-made.
All artworks featured by the Gallery are original, in excellent condition and signed by artists. All sales are final.
Please contact us here , or email firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions or concerns. In between art exhibits, our pop-up gallery can be visited by appointment, from Wednesday-Sunday, near the Alewife T station in Cambridge, MA. Please refer to our Facebook page for more updates and news.