The Museum of Russian Art is an exhibition hall in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, that houses an accumulation of Russian craftsmanship from the twentieth century, particularly Soviet workmanship. Furthermore, it regularly has transitory presentations of workmanship and antiques with more broad associations with Russian-speaking world. It started display exercises open to general society in 2002, at first in lent space in a corporate office stop situated in Bloomington, Minnesota. The association at first exhibited Russian Realist-style canvases from the late nineteenth century and in addition from the Soviet time. The exhibition hall got starting financing from Minnesota occupants Raymond and Susan Johnson, who had set up a broad individual gathering of Russian workmanship and ancient rarities.