Sorine exhibited his work at the Salon d'Automne in Paris in 1922 and 1923, at the International Exposition of Pittsburgh in 1923/1924, and at the Salon des Tuileries in Paris from 1926 to 1930, as well as exhibiting in London, Washington D.C., Chicago, New York, Moscow and Leningrad. He illustrated, amongst other books and folios, the works of Maxim Gorky. Sorine's work is in the permanent collections of museums in Moscow, Luxembourg, Paris and Leningrad. Sorine was a White Russian who originally painted Parisian society portraits, and who then went on to paint the British Royal Family, including a portrait of the then Duchess of York (1923), later Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. In 1948 he painted the Princess Elizabeth, now the present Queen. (Both of these portraits are in Clarence House). He came often to the United States where he painted a number of prominent people including Mr. and Mrs. John Ringling, Claire Boothe Luce and Wright Ludington, from Philadelphia.