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REALISM WITHOUT BORDERS

Ray Roberts

Spring 2020

An Online Exhibition April 11th, 2020 Presented by

Vanessa Rothe Fine Art


Irina Kaluyznaya


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Vanessa Rothe Fine Art Presents

REALISM WITHOUT BORDERS

John Cosby

Online Fine Art Exhibition, SPRING 2020

Our beautiful International fine art exhibition and sale crosses borders and blurs boundaries with over 100 new fine art works combining Realism and Impressionism, by 47 award winning artists from around the globe. During this unprecedented time in the world, we aim to unite the world thru ART. Since 2012 VRFA has been presenting RWB exhibitions with this aim, and at this time its more important than ever to take a global look at the world and work together. Our digital fine art exhibition provides a rare opportunity to view and purchase contemporary and historical International artists fine art works for your collection directly through this catalog. In addition, a link to our FREE lecture on the history of Impressionism can be found on the next page here to further educate our collectors on the work they love. To inquire about the work, its provenance, and availability, please contact Vanessa Franรงoise Rothe (949) 280-1555 Email us from our contact page on

vanessarothefineart.com


RWB

About the Exhibition

Richie Carter

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What started out in 2012 as a group of artists and art historians who shared a strong common vision for art, has since become a successful International traveling exhibition of museum quality fine art works; Realism Without Borders. Exhibiting side by side, Soviet and historical works with contemporary art by Russian, Ukrainian, American, Indian, French, Norwegian, Italian and Icelandic artists, “Realism Without Borders” aims to connect two centuries and two continents via the commitment to realist painting traditions. From Lomakin to Gladchenko, Suvorov to Kovalenko, Dunaway to Offutt, this exhibition will unite historical works with contemporary International artists who have studied the same rooted fine art techniques and are working in similar styles today. This unique exhibition will allow collectors a rare chance to view and compare works from America, Europe and Russia and to purchase them for their own fine art collection. Works range from small affordable gems that make excellent gifts, to large scale Museum quality works of fine art. The collection of about 100 works at any given time, is always changing as works are being sold and new works are always being created. Curated by Vanessa Françoise Rothe and with a selection of imported works by the help of Art Historican Akhmed Salakhly, RWB operates out of Vanessa Rothe Fine Art Gallery year round in Laguna Beach. RWB is flourishing with many successful national exhibitions and over 35 invited core contemporary artist members. This diverse and talented group of painters from around the globe have had impressive traditional training from schools such as the renowned St. Petersberg Academy of Arts, (Repin Institute), Penza Art Institue, The Kharkov Art Institute, The Florence Academy of Art, Laguna College of Art and Design, University of Laval, The Academy of Art in San Francisco, just to name a few. The artists have shown in top exhibitions worldwide from St. Petersberg, to Paris, to Los Angeles and New York, and have impressive exhibition resumés as well as strong bodies of work. The collection ranges from classical academy works to painterly Impressionistic pieces where many works use a combination of the two in the same canvas. The group of classically trained representational artists believes in the successful combination of objective traditional realism combined with expressive and personal subjects, and the work often boasts a board range of tight to painterly styles and strokes. The new works being created follow the strong realist techniques of Russia’s Levitan landscapes, as well as others that mimic the loose and layered visual brushwork of California Impressionist Edgar Payne. Artists from all over the globe can now share their images of work thru social media and are influencing one another accross borders. This exhibition celebrates those blurring of boundries of borders, in both the literal sense and within the works.


“ We share an admiration of both ‘Realist’ and ‘Impressionist’ art, and many of our artists in fact combine these styles in order to make strong appealing works of art.” “The viewers will see similar works and styles being created from opposite ends of the globe, finding unity in the works, and likeness in the art that is being created. “ explains Rothe. Realism Without Borders also believes firmly that art is for the people. Their aim is to have a traveling exhibition in order to touch a wide and diverse audience and bring the work to the eyes of collectors and students alike. RWB realized that they did not want to reduce themselves to just one geographical area or gallery. “Since we wanted to reach a vast array of people, RWB is really a travelling exhibition that is able to exhibit at galleries, fine art clubs, art schools, and museums worldwide.”

To purchase a work or inquire about provenance and availability, please contact Vanessa Françoise Rothe at (949) 280-1555

www.vanessarothefineart.com

Rothe’s PDF Lecture on the History of Impressionism © VRFA is dedicated to the education of our collectors so that they may deeply enjoy their collection on many levels. Please enjoy this FREE ART HISTORY LECTURE written by Rothe, to learn more about our REALISM WITHOUT BORDERS Spring 2020 International fine art exhibition. https://issuu.com/realismwithoutborders.com/docs/final_pdf_rothe_russian_lecture_201 Our lecture “Impression, A Brief Overview of Frech, Russin and American Impressionism” is a refreshing subject to focus your mind on that will not only educate you in the arts, but present youwith over 50 beautiful images to admire and ponder, both historical and contemporary from history and from the VRFA Gallery.


Table of Contents

Historical Artwork

Contemporary Artwork


Historical Artwork


Boris Gladchenko

“Russian Still Life” C. 1955 16x20” Oil $4,000

Boris Gladchenko was born in 1929 in Leninsk, Volgograd Region where his first art education took place. He finished schooling in 1945 and in 1957 later completed schooling at well known Savitsky art college in Penza. Since 1958 Gladchenko has taken part in art exhibitions working in the genre of Impressionist landscape and had become a well known artist. His works are a great example of lyrical and impressionist landscapes from Russia and is also known for his still life works. Boris Gladchenko passed away in 2005. His works are currently in demand and have been added to top fine art collections all over the world. This is the last still life in the RWB collection and is a fine example of a typical table setting at breakfast with the iconic Russian coffee pot. We are proud to carry a fine selection of his works at Vanessa Rothe Fine Art. This excellent still life work would be a fine addition to any collection.


Boris Grachev

“Winter Hat” C.1955 20x15” Oil $2000

Michael Grachev was born in 1913 in Tatrastan (volga region) of Russia. He studied in the Leningrad pedagogical college from 1933-1936. Grachev was then a drawing instructor in various art schools and entered to Repin Institute in 1941 -1945. He was soldier of WW2 and after returning he re entered to Repin Institute and finally graduated in 1948 from the Graphic department. Became a meber of Union of artists . 1949-1952 was director of Leningrad art college. He participated in the exhibitions of the Leningrad Union of artists as well in numerous shows abroad in Europe in the 1990’s. Grachev passed away in 2003. We are honored to include this great work in the exhibition. This work would make a great addition to any fine art collection.


Unknown Artist 1930’s 40’s Parisian

“Paris on teh Seine” (Barges and Isle de la Cité) C. 1932 15x21” Oil $1,000

This beautiful historical work depicts Paris on the Seine river and was completed in 1932 according to its date. Purchased by VRFA from an art dealer in Paris last June 2019 this unknonw artist M.A has created a charming work of Paris. With typical barge boats of the time in the foreground and Pont Neuf and the island in the far back, this lovely work of Paris is a colorful work with vivid brushstrokes and beautiful atmospheric perspective. The two towers and spire of Notre Dame suggested in the distance as well as the spire of St. Chapelle. The work is reminiscient of the Amerian Ash Can school. Possibly painted on location as a “plein air” work, or could have been painted from a photograph. Paris on the Seine has been re-varnished and framed a new this work is priced to sell at just $1,000, a fine way to add a historical work to your collection.


Oleg Lomakin

“At the Summer House” C.1960 28x20” Oil $9,000 Oleg Leonidovich Lomakin was born August 29, 1924, in the town of Krasny Kholm, Tver Province, USSR. In 1937-1939 Oleg Lomakin studied art at the Leningrad Palace of Young Pioneers. In 1940 he entered the Leningrad Secondary School at the All-Russian Academy of Fine Arts. Lomakin was accepted at the first year course of the Department of Painting of the Repin Institute of the Arts where he studied under Boris Loganson, Alexander Zaytsev, Mikhail Bernshtein, Piotr Ivanovsky, Vladislav Anisovich, Sergei Mikhailov. In 1952, he graduated and studied alongside other great Soviet artists. Since 1952, Lomakin has participated in fine art exhibitions. He painted portraits, genre and historical paintings, landscapes, still lifes, sketches from the life. Portraits had become his main subject. Lomakin’s style is distinguish by energetic brushstroke. He was acknowledged as a master of drawing and alla prima painting. In 1952 Lomakin was admitted as a member of the Leningrad Union of Artists (since 1992, named as Saint Petersburg Union of Artists.) In 1981 Lomakin was awarded the honorary title of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. Oleg Leonidovich Lomakin died on March 25, 2010 in St Petersberg at 86. His paintings reside in the State Russian Museums and the State Tretyakov Gallery as well as in art museums and private collections in Russia, France, England, Germany, Italy, in the U.S. We are honored to represent his workm have sold many of his portraits. Oleg and his work are proudly featured in the well known Soviet Impressionism book by Art Historian Vern Swanson. This is a rare work created on location in Russia and would be a crown to a fine art collection.


Erikh Rebane

“Boating Day” C. 1960 28x19” Oil $3,000 Erikh Rebane (1922-1999) Born in Leningrad (St-Petersburg) in 1922. Finished regular art school in 1940 and served in WW2 from 1941-1945. After the end of the war in 1945 he arrived at the Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (Repin Inst.) in St.Petersburg where he studied under the famous russian artist Prof. Oreshnikov. In 1948, Rebane participated in his first Moscow exhibition. He graduated in 1951 from the I.E. Repin Institute and from 1951-1954 taught as a faculty member in Tallinn (Estonia) at the Art Institute of Painting. In 1954 he joined the postgraduate department of the Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (Repin Institute) in St. Petersburg and has been a member of the Union of Artists since 1951. For the next 10 years he has served as the head of the art studio in St. Petersburg and has participated in many exhibitions in Russia and abroad. His first international exhibition occured in Tokyo in 1974. His works are contained within the collections of the Fleischer Museum in Scottsdale, AZ, as well as museums in Moscow, Leningrad, Pltava, Khabarousk, Kiev, Thilissi and Osaka, Japan


Vladimir Telegin

“Russian Landscape” C. 1975 24x32” Oil $6,000

Telegin Vladimir Pavlovich Born in 1939, the oldest member of the Vladimir city Union of Artists, an important Russian artist Union. He graduated from Maters art school in 1958 and worked in the studio at the Art Institute of Lviv in 1958-1961. The artist participates in regional,national, All-Russian and foreign xhibitions since 1962. A member of the Union of Artists since 1976. He was awarded the title “Honored Artist of Russia.” His works are in the Directorate of Art Exhibitions of Russia, Vladimir-Suzdal museum, Mogilev Museum of Art (Belarus), Tula Art Museum, Art Gallery of Kasimov (Ryazan region), Art Gallery of Zubov (Tver Region) Art Gallery “Gekosso” (Japan), in Kanavaze (Italy), as well as in private collections in Italy, Germany, USA, Spain, France, Japan, Finland, Czech Republic and Slovakia. There is one of his paintings in private family collection of the first president of Russia Boris Eltsin. A rare opportunity to own a piece of historical Impressionism.


Irina Vorobyeva

“Young Girl” C.1950 15x8” Oil $1,500

Irinia Vororbyeva 1932-1993 studied in Moscow at the Surikov Art Institute in the art and graphics department. She is an honored member of Russian federation of Artists. Her work is iconic Soviet Impressionism style with colorful broad strokes and visible brushwork. Also typical is the subject of pastoral scenes with working class families. This charming work was done early to mid career approximately 1960 making it a Soviet Impressionist gem.


Contemporary Artwork


Andrei Alekhin

“Wheat and Snow” 11x14” Oil $1,400


Grigory Ananiev

“Russian Landscape” 16x20” Oil $1,800


Alexi Avilov

“Impression Summer” 16x22” Oil $2,000


Mia Bergeron

“Venice Interior” 18x14” Oil $2,600


Candice Bohannan

“Peonies” 16x20” Oil $2,600


Suchitra Bhosle

“Tamborine” 12x9” Oil $2,800


Suchitra Bhosle

“Diaphanous Response” 14x18” Oil $4,500


Eric Bowman

“Waiting for the Drivers 16x12” Oil $3,200


Eric Bowman

“Satin Doll” 12x9” Oil $1,200


Richie Carter

“Matin” 15x30” Oil $2,600

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Richie Carter

“Soir” 6x8” Oil $700


John Cosby

“Above Arroyo Secco” 18x24” Oil $4,600


John Cosby

“From Shade to Light” 10x12” Oil $1,900


John Cosby

“Coastal Surf” 16x24” Oil $4,400

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John Cosby

“Rockledge View” 12x16” Oil $2,900


John Cosby

“View From the Balcony” 16x24” Oil $4,400


Michelle Dunaway

“Strength and Grace” 28x18” Oil $9,000


Aimee Erickson

“Laguna Afternoon” 9x12” Oil $1,200

“Laguna Nocturne” 8x10” Oil $1,000


Mark Fehlman

“Wind Games” 16x12” Oil $1,150


Mark Fehlman

“Laguna Sunset Glow” 18x24” Oil $2,600


David Gray

“The Poet” 14x11” $3,200


David Gray

“Diana” 14x11” Oil $3,100


Kenny Harris

“Navy Tower, Venice” 12x14” Oil $1,800


Kenny Harris

“Four Rectangles” 12x8” Oil $1,800


Corneiia Hernes

“Karen in Green” 12x10” Oil $2,800


Corneiia Hernes

“The Blue Night” 8x6” Oil $1,700


Stanislav Ilyachenko

“The Lovers” 20x20” Oil $1,500


Irina Kalutznaya

“By the Sea” 40x42” Oil $4,800


Alexi Kamenev

“Lavander Lake” 12x22” Oil $1,900

“Frozen Lake” 19x27” Oil $2,500


Sergey Kovalenko

“Stripes” 36x28” Oil $3,000


Sergey Kovalenko

“Still Life with Pears” 24x32” Oil $2,800


Sergey Kovalenko

“Student Still Life” 24x30” Oil $2,400


Vadim Kornichuck

“Into the Woods” 12x14” Oil $850

“Coffee and Literature” 32x32” Oi $3,000

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Vadim Kornichuck

“In the Countryside” 10x12” Oil $850


Alexander Kremer

“Magpie on Fence” 16x20” Oil $2,500


Olga Krimon

“Spring” 14x11” Oil $1,600


Olga Krimon

“Stranger” 18x18” Oil $2,500


Peggi Kroll-Roberts

“Beach Girls” 20x16” Oil $2,500


Peggi Kroll-Roberts

“Breezy White” 24x30” Oil $5,800


Peggi Kroll-Roberts

“Beach Day” 16x20” Oil $2,200


Olga Kuzmina

“Autumn Fields” 24x16” Oil $900


Olga Kuzmina

“Sky” 24x19 “ Oil $950


Nicolas Martin

“Mare aux Nénuphars” 9x12” Oil $1,300


Nicolas Martin

“The Old Bed” 12x16” Oil $2,600


William Neukomm

“Stephanie in Lilac” 8x6” Oil $650


William Neukomm

“The Ribbon” 8x6” Oil $650


Deborah Neuman

“Taking a Break” 16x12” Oil $1,000


Debora Neuman

“Keeping Watch” 16x8” Oil $800


Karen Offout

“Surrounded by William Morris” 12x12” Oil $2,600


Karen Offout

“Study of Arielle” 14x11” Oil $2,000


Derek Penix

“Sunset in Sanibel” 16x16” Oil $2,400


Derek Penix

“Crashing Waves” 14x24” Oil $2,650


Jesse Powell

“Laguna Beach, On Location, 9x12” Oil $1,700


Jesse Powell

“Laguna Beach” 18x24” Oil $4,600


Jesse Powell

“Montage Study” 9x12” Oil $1,700


Jesse Powell

“Montage” 18x24” Oil $4,600


Jesse Powell

“Avalon” 10x12” Oil $1,700


Jesse Powell

“View Above Laguna 12x9” Oil $1,700


Andrei Pyonkovskii

“Winter Village” 12x16” Oil $1,500 “Balerina” 32x26” Oil $6,000


Craig Pursley

“Evening Sail” 11x14” Oil $1,250


Craig Pursley

“Santiago Morning” 16x20” Oil $1,950


Craig Pursley

“Running Out” 24x30” Oil $3,500


Craig Pursley

“Laguna Coast Trial” 11x14” Oil $1,250

“The Coming Storm” 4x12” Oil $700


Renat Razmananov

“Camomilles” 36x40” Oil $5,000


Rodolpho Rivadelmar

“Heisler Looking North” 14x18” Oil $1,600


Rodolpho Rivadelmar

“Central California Waters” 14x18” Oil $1,750


Rodolpho Rivadelmar

“Epiphany” 16x20” Oil $2,200


Rodolpho Rivadelmar

“Tomales Bay and Beyond” 26x48” Oil $12,000


Rodolpho Rivadelmar

“Portuguese Bend” 30x24” Oil $6,000


Rodolpho Rivadelmar

“Seasonal Stream” 24x16” Oil $3,000


Ray Roberts

“Morning Light Pacific Grove” 20x24” Oil $5,800


Ray Roberts

“Crashing Wave” 12x16” Oil $2,600


Ray Roberts

“Ocean Shimmer” 18x24” Oil $4,800


Ray Roberts

“Laguna Gold Coast” 30x40” Oil $9,500


Ray Roberts

“Garden Walk” 16x12” Oil $2,600


Ray Roberts

“Quiet Day” 22.5x30” Oil $8,500


Sam Robinson

“Walking Them Out” 8x16” Oil $1,200


Sam Robinson

“As Dry Leaves” 20x30” Oil $3,000


Sam Robinson

“The Pier” 9x12” Gouache with special varnish $700


Sam Robinson

“Tidepools” 12x9” Gouache with special varnish $700 SOLD


Sam Robinson

“Salt Creek Four” 12x9” Gouache with special varnish $700 SOLD


Sam Robinson

“Little Cove 12x9” Gouache with special varnish $600 SOLD


Vanessa Rothe

“French Sunflower Study” 12x9” Oil $750


Vanessa Rothe

“Tuscan Church, Italy” 11x15 Oil $1,200


Valery Schmatko

“Russian Village” 16x31” Oil” $3,600


Jeff Sewell

“Another Laguna Morning” 14x11” Oil” $900


Valery Schmatko

“White House” 15”x25” Oil $2,600


Aaron Schverr

“La Mer” 36 x 19” Pastel $4,800


Aaron Schverr

“Afternoon Picnic” 12x16” Oil $1,800


Aaron Schverr

“Rockpile Beach” 12x17” Pastel under Glass $1,800


David Shevlino

“Surfer” 12x12” Oil $1,500


Julie Snyder

“Morning Coffee” 16x12” Oil $1,000


Julie Snyder

“Cafe de la Nuit” 9x12 Oil $800


Vadim Suvorov

“Pastoral” 23x36” Oil $3,000


Vadim Suvorov

“Red Sails” 16x20” Oil $1,000


Vadim Suvorov

“Winter Coat” 16x12” Oil $1,400


Vadim Suvorov

“Classic Beauty” 16x13” Oil $1,400


Vadim Suvorov

“Portrait in Green” 13x12” Oil $1,200


Matt Talbert

“Sleep Tight” 18x14” Oil $1,900


Danil Volkov

“In the Cafe” 8x10” Oil $675

“Sausages” 8x10 Oil $675


Danil Volkov

“On the Lake” 8x10” Oil $675

“Solo” 8x10” Oil $675


Danil Volkov

“In Town” 10x14” Oil $675

“On The Berth” 8x10” Oil $675


Danil Volkov

“Sunny” 8x10” Oil $675

“Evening Stroll 8x10” Oil $675


Danil Volkov

“Still Life Grapes and Melon” 8x10” Oil $675

“Coffee and Fruit” 8x10” Oil $675


Aaron Westerberg

“In Her Kimono” 24x18” Oil $5,000 We are proud to offer this fine work on resale for a VIP Client


Karen Werner

“ Backyard Branch” 9x12” Oil $1,000


Karen Werner

“Harvest Clipping” 9x12” Oil $1,000


Karen Bradly-Wilharm

“The Collector” 10x8” Oil $650


Karen Bradly-Wilharm

“Dressing” 8x8” Oil $550


Jim Wodark

“Sirens Call” 12x16” Oil $1,500


Jim Wodark

“Rockpile” 8x16” Oil $1,300


Jim Wodark

“Saddleback Ride” 20x24” Oil $5,500


Jim Wodark

“Sonoma Moon” 12x24” Oil $2,900


Vincent Xeus

“Ruby” 18x14” Oil Please Inquire for Pricing


John Cosby

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