Our Distinguished Company
Imagine owning a rare oil painting which you personally have commissioned to be painted by one of the renowned artist-restorers from the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.
In 1794, Russian Empress Catherine the Great purchased a considerable collection of Western European Paintings, laying the foundation for the modern-day Hermitage. Today, the Hermitage is one of the largest museums in the world with three million pieces of art work. Russian Imperial Art's Hermitage Museum artists receive commissions to paint Old Masters, family portraits, outdoor frescos and decorative indoor murals. When necessary to bring a client's vision to fruition, our artists-restorers travel to their estates in the United States to paint in situ. Our company and our artists rise to the challenge of each commission.
Russian Imperial Art has the distinction of commissioning Russia's leading museum artist-restorers to accomplish these feats for you. They are yours to commission a privilege once reserved for the Tsars of Russia.
Our company is as unique as our clientele. Russian Imperial Art's clients span the globe. They are leaders in business, the professions, architecture and interior design.
The Director of Russian Imperial Art, Lynette G. Proler, a world-renowned Faberge expert, Russian art authority, author, museum curator and international lecturer, can personally assist you in deciding how to utilize this untapped treasure.