Andrei Filatov, chess expert and Russian billionaire, is turning his hand to a new business: Soviet-era art.
Filatov, a 40-year old professional chess player and businessman, is investing in his love of Soviet Union art by scouting the world for pieces created behind the Iron Curtain.
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Breckenridge Fine Art Gallery welcomes you to our winter 2013 season.
Please stop by to view a special signature piece, a major Russian masterpiece painted by one of Russia’s greatest and most accomplished Soviet Era Impressionist Portrait Masters of all time.
Nikolai Timkov, greatest Russian painter of the last 50 years. He paints his feelings about the russian countryside ...
Alexander Maksimenko, Ukrainian artist, Portrait of a Girl a study completed for a larger portrait, Maksimenko captured her feelings ...
Painter, Davor Zilic represents the national character of the Croatians ...delicate, clear ...photo realism.
Pavel Shumov, a Master Impressionist Painter, born in the popular resort town of Yalta, situated on the shores of the Black Sea in the Crimea. Presented a Still Life, 'In a Workshop at Night', a rare look as he captures feelings ...beautiful, impressionistic, romantic still-life.
Through the struggles of the Russian people, their creativity was pushed to the top.
Vassiliy Kossenkov will bring four very distinct depths to his paintings; you will see him celebrate the beauty of one focal point in nature. Kossenkov Paintings are also found in private collections in Canada, Austria, England, Germany, France, The United States, Russia, and many Eastern European countries.
Soft Impressionist painter Vladimir Klemazov enjoys painting memories, nostalgia, the “good life”. His paintings will entice the viewer to fun memories of being a child.
American Artist, Jerry Georgeff, "he puts his feelings to an emotional look ...his still life’s make you happy and he captures the mood with his lighting."
Russian Artist, Nikolai Timkov, the greatest Russian landscape painter of the second half of 20th century. Timkov, has his own style and is well collected by many people.
Vail Fine Art Gallery is located in the Solaris Building, 141 East Meadow Drive, Solaris Suite 204, Vail, Colorado.
Korean Painter, Gantner, his Impressionism of Frances countryside transmits his emotion, his sincerity in his own interpretation of nature, in a personal style that is the mark of a true artist. His passion for the Impressionists was responsible for his move to France.
French artist, Paulemile Pissarro, son of Camille Pissarro, the Great artist who originated Impressionism. Since his death in 1972, Paulémile’s paintings have been exhibited around the world, and interest in his work continues to grow.
Presenting works by Fedor Zakharov, "Your first brush stroke is your last". Vitold Smukrovich, "captures the feminine form and her surrounding with elegance and feeling". Vladimir P. Krantz, you see an "Artist expressing what's inside".
James Tylich introducing, Alexander Kolotilov "the life of the artist cannot be called ordinary. From an orphan to one of Russia's major living artists."
Also, Hungarian Painter, Stephen Csoka immigrated in the 1930's, a specialist in Watercolor and Ink Washes. Featured in the Hungarian National Museum