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In the case you have a passion for Antique, Porcelain, Oriental and also Asian Artwork, then you certainly should look no beyond this special and amazing exhibition! Visitors to the Russian, Oriental and Eastern Fine Art Fair should prepare to become totally dumbfounded with the extraordinary number and variety of fine art on display by galleries and also collectors from across the world.
The higher profile examples like the Byzantine iconography as well as paintings and also Faberge jewellery are going to be there, however you will definately get plenty more: certainly, there is going to be something available for anyone who loves the fine art that has been produced by Russian painters and craftsmen in the time of the last millennium.
The Art Fair visitors should be able to enjoy and perhaps buy these gorgeous pieces of art as highly attractive Russian household utensils including teaspoons, salt cellars and silver candlesticks, together with iconography dating from the 11th Century. Amazingly designed Persian and oriental rugs and carpets, maps, atlases, extraordinary books, old-fashioned photos and prints will be on sale.
The paintings can also be considered diverse in styles. Art fans can browse through Soviet realism and impressionist artwork, as well as more contemporary figurative abstracts.
Russian art collectors nowadays naturally gravitate to London to buy one of the best samples of this genre as this city has become one of the most significant location for Russian art auctions. Expatriot Russians living in London and other places and those still in the motherland come to these auctions.
The 2009 Fair was designated by London’s Russian community like a premier event on their social calendar. A highlight of this Fair was the Charity Gala Evening on behalf of The Children’s Fire and Burns Trust, which was patronised by highly ranked Russians like Their Highnesses Prince and Princess Dimitri Lobanov Rostovsky, celebrities and other VIPs. Approximately £15,000 was raised just for this charity through this evening, in partnership with the Ritz Club VIP dinner.
Expectations were exceeded in many samples of artwork sales: some even being recorded in the high six figure amounts. The Fair is so well regarded by the art community that galleries from as distant for example Far East and the United States are represented together with galleries from Russia, Europe and also the Middle East.
Due to ever higher demand, the 2010 Fair will present on display Eastern Art for the first time. Most of this art primarily hails from the land formerly known as Persia, for a long period renowned as the house of fine rugs and furnishings. Specialist Oriental and Indian art and antiquities traders will also get on exhibit examples of some of their finest collections: many who attend the London Russian, Oriental and Eastern Art Fair will see this as a possible answer to their prayers.
The organisers for this Russian Art Fair, in colaboration with the Ritz Club Casino, The St Petersburg Ball, The Russian Summer Ball and representatives that belonging to the media channels and other fair organizers, are intent on attracting clientele from the highest calibre. To be certain this happens, the venue selected for the 2010 Russian Art Fair will be the opulent Art Deco ballroom inside the Park Lane Hotel, located in London’s Mayfair. They have already been timed to maximize the greater numbers of artwork purchasers in London who have started to make the most of the Russian gross sales at Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Bonham’s and MacDougall’s, all going on in the time of the exact same weekend.
Those wanting to attend the particular Charity Gala Evening are going to be glad to hear that this recipient is once more the Children’s Fire and Burns Trust.
The 2010 Russian Oriental and Eastern Fine Art Fair will be open during the following days:
Rrivate View: Wednesday 9th June 6pm to 9:30pm
Charity Gala Event: Friday 11th June from 6pm
Public Days: Thursday 11am-6, Friday 11am- 5, Saturday 11am-6pm
Your Complimentary Ticket entitles you to any of the public days. There is a wide range of other art offers available to our members, exclusive invitations to Private Views, discounted and 2for1 Tickets to Art Fairs, FREE art magazines subscriptions and many more.