The collection of the All-Russian Decorative Art Museum holds works from the 1910s-1920s with traditional subjects for the Lukutin factory: troikas, genre paintings ("Landscape with a Mill", "Children Feeding Chickens") and others.
After the October Revolution, artists of the Fedoskino artel in an attempt to master the stylistics and themes of the new state significantly expand the range of subjects depicted. This period includes the works "Proletarian, on a horse to fight against capital", "The Young Lady under the umbrella", "Fight of Ilya Muromets with Nightingale the Robber" and others.
Up until the 1950s, all Fedoskino works were copied, as was the custom in Russia and Europe. Nevertheless, copies were creatively reworked and executed at the highest technical level by such experienced craftsmen as V. S. Borodkin (1883 - 1944), P. N. Davydov (1919 - 1995), M. K. Papenov (1889 - 1952) and N. P. Petrov (1863 - 1936).
Since the 1950s, Fedoskino mastered the production of mass series. The author's works were in museums and in the Assortment office of the factory, and copies of works were for sale.
All stages of the creative achievements of Fedoskino lacquer miniatures masters are represented in the collection by works of outstanding artists - V.D.Lipitsky, S.V.Monashov, M.G.Pashinin, P.N.Puchkov, S.P.Rogatov, G.V.Skripunova, M.S.Chizhov.
Works of modern masters Soloninkin, Stroganova, Kuznetsov, Kozlov, Korchagin, Shapkin, Rogatov, Isaev, Kalinin, Anokhin and many other artists, who have mastered all the nuances of Fyodoskin brushwork, are no less interesting.
The collection of the museum also includes works of talented young masters of recent years.