The Pasternak Trust
A Family Collection

The art gallery and archive are in Oxford, England. Leonid Pasternak spent the last six years of his life in the house where they are located. The Green Room was his studio and his bedroom; this was where he died. The collection shows some eighty works drawn from those he brought with him from Russia to Germany in 1921 and from Germany to England in 1938. Our display is a selection from his own choice of a lifetime's work.

The gallery is open on the first Sunday of every month, 2-4pm by appointment only.

The archive is open to visiting scholars by appointment only.

For appointments and general enquiries please contact:

For enquiries in Russia, contact:

For permission to reproduce any image, please contact The Pasternak Trust as above.