The Nicholas II Family
“Art that stands the test of time.”
At the request of our good friends in St. Petersburg, Russia, Chase Winfield has created the “First of its kind” -- a sculptured collection of the last Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra with their five children: daughters, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and son Alexis,. To honor this beloved family, Chase has created each life-sized sculpture using a beautiful baroque style with an antique ivory finish and gold leaf design (see below). This project is a gift of love from the U.S.A. to the world, to our friends the Russia People.
We welcome your contributions
This is the only world wide collection of the Last Ruling Romanov family
Sculptures and we need your contributions for their trip to Russia and the tour of
Russia once they arrive. All donations are appreciated.
This project is sponsored by CCSI
The Center for Citizen Initiatives
The Center for Citizen Initiatives (CCI) is an IRS-approved 501C3 not-for-profit organization which has the right to provide tax deductions (tax ID #94-2978679) for charitable and educational programs and projects which create constructive human relations and goodwill between citizens of the U.S., Russia and the states of the former USSR. Please check www.ccisf.org to better understand CCI’s current work and 23-year history.
CCI is the fiscal sponsor of the Nicholas II project, originated by Chase Andrew Winfield, who sculpted the last Romanov Family (Nicholas II, Alexandra and five children) to present to the Russian nation as a goodwill gift from the American people. Sculptor Winfield has been asked to teach a master class in sculpting in St Petersburg, Russia, where he gave of his time to teach sculpture classes in Orphanage #4 this past year. He highly supports the raising of funds for the support of Russia's orphanages.
Contributions are tax-deductible to the amount allowable by US law. Tax regulations require us to mention that no goods or services were provided to donors in exchange for their contributions.
All donations made payable to the Center for Citizen Initiatives and designated for the Nicholas II project in the lower left corner of your check. CCI is audited annually by PriceWaterhouseCooper.
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whose mission it is to inspire and empower ordinary citizens
to assume extraordinary roles
to create irreversible human links between
the citizens of Russia and the United States.F
programs assist citizens to work together to develop
free markets, democratic institutions, private agriculture, safe environments
and sustainable non-profit sectors across Russia.
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It is our belief that future geopolitics, indeed the well being of the world,
will depend on the relationships between our great nations.
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and concerned citizens,
forge a vast web of human relations and economic partnerships
which will withstand and influence the vacillating winds of political change in the future.
To the above task, we at CCI commit ourselves.
Nicholas II and Alexandra
The Greek Cross of the Redeemer.
The Imperial Eagle with Saint George.
The Order of the Danish Flag.
Maria, Tatiana, Olga
Alexandra, Nicholas, Anastasia
Nicholas II badge and logo.
Honoring the reign of Alexander III.
In remembrance of Alexander III.
The medal of Saint Vladimir.
The Saint Andrews Breast Star.
The following letter of request was received from the
||The Piter Art Gallery.|
Galina Stepanova -- the owner of the Piter Art Gallery.
The interior of the