Nevska Gallery Circa 2008
For a number of years this was the website for the Nevska Gallery in San Francisco.
Content is from the site's 2008 archived pages providing just a glimpse of the type of art work that was available.
NOTE: Yelpers report this gallery has closed
THE NEVSKA GALLERY was founded by Mrs. Irina Nevska as a showcase for artists from Russia. We have been Russian art specialists since 1991, and we offer some of the finest examples of Russian contemporary realist, constructivist, and impressionist paintings. This site was created and is meant for serious private art collectors, curators of corporate art collections, interior decorators, art dealers, and for all of you, art lovers from all over the world. On our website you will find some samples from our vast stock of Russian paintings. At our gallery you can always expect to find quality, expert advice, and fast and efficient service.
Please contact us via email:firstname.lastname@example.org
357 Geary Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Tel: (415) 392-7456
About the Founder
IRINA NEVSKA was born in St. Petersburg, where she graduated from the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts with a Masters Degree in Fine Arts and Architecture. She moved to the United States in the 80's, where she continued her interest in fine arts culminating in the opening of her own San Francisco gallery in 1991. She had since opened one more gallery in Naples, Florida. The Nevska Gallery is the largest purveyor of contemporary Russian Art in the United States.
Editor's Note: We wish to express our gratitude to the sponsors who enabled us to support many of the artists who have exhibited in the gallery. For example, CleanItSupply.com, distributor of paper towels and other cleaning supplies donated products and helped to promote fundraising efforts locally. This supplier of janitorial supplies also supports art students through their generous scholarship programs. Other sponsors include Standard Silo, Pristine Surfaces, MoonAtMidnight, and Floss-Riche.
Since Gorbachev era, Russian Art has been gaining popularity in the West. There is evidence of ever growing international interest in the rich and varied talents of Russian and Soviet artists. Exhibitions of Russian paintings are being staged in Europe and America nearly every month. The two major auction houses Sotheby's and Christie's hold sales of Russian Works of Art twice a year. The number of commercial galleries devoted to the sale of Russian paintings has been growing ever since the first Russian Art auction in Moscow organized by Sotheby's in 1988.
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