Auction "Moscow-London-Paris"
19 may 2005


 

 

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The Auction House Gelos will conduct video translation of the auction sale of Russian art in London and Paris.

On May 19, 2005 at 4p.m. (London time) following the end of the 1st day of Sotheby's Russian Sales the Auction House Gelos will conduct the auction sale of Russian art "Moscow - London - Paris". Participants of the auction will be able to watch the bidding process and place bids in Exhibition Hall "Manege", Central Hall of the Auction House Gelos in Moscow, London and Paris. The sale list includes more than 100 fine items of the Russian art whose quality and significance correspond to the collection of Sotheby's Russian Sales. An illustrated catalogue will be issued for the auction sale "Moscow - London - Paris".

Some lots of this sale are in Russia and can be freely moved abroad (including all lots of the Charity String) according to the Russian laws.

International project of the Auction House Gelos - the Auction "Moscow - London - Paris" - has been added a new charity string - ""Works by students and tutors from Serguey Andriyaka water colour school ". The funds raised from this string sale will be forwarded to the orphan homes in Russia. The buyers of the three most expensive works of charity string (by their hammer price) will be granted a 6-month discount for purchases made on-line at the Gelos Internet site:
- buyer of the most expensive lot of the sale - 5%
- buyer of the second most expensive lot of the sale - 3%
- buyer of the third most expensive lot of the sale - 1%
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A moulded porcelain sculptural group 'Tea-drinking' painted in colours, with gilt decoration. Heght 17cm., Soviet Union, 1970s.

 

10
15
530
55
2

A moulded porcelain figurine of a female glider pilot painted in colours. Height 21cm. Russia, Baranov Porcelain Factory, after D.Kovalenko. 1990s.

5
7
260
60
3

A moulded porcelain figurine 'A Ukranian Dance' painted in colours. Height 13cm. Soviet Union, late 1950s/early 1960s.

5
7
260
30
4

A moulded and gilt porcelain 'cockerel' jug with underglaze colours. Height 28.5cm. Impressed green mark. Soviet Union, Leningrad Porcelain Factory. 2nd half 20th century.

10
15
530
60
5

A moulded and gilt porcelain sculptural composition 'A burden of one's own choice is not felt' painted in colours. Height 20cm. Soviet Union, 1970s.

10
15
530
220
6

A moulded porcelain figure of a young frontier guard painted in colours. Height 13cm. Soviet Union, Leningrad Porcelain Factory, late 1950s/early 1960s.

5
7
260
15
7

A moulded earthenware figurine of Alenushka painted in colours. Height 33cm. Soviet Union, late 1950s/early 1960s.

10
15
530
140
8

A moulded porcelain figure of a boy with a nestling box painted in colours, with gilt decoration. Height 30cm. Soviet Union, Dulevo State Porcelain Factory. 1954.

25
37
1300
110
9

A moulded porcelain figurine of a girl holding sledge painted in colours. Height 16cm. Soviet Union, Kiev, late 1950s/1960s.

10
15
530
20
10

A moulded porcelain scuptural composition 'The Suvorov Ball' painted in colours, with gilt decoration. Height 20.5cm. Soviet Union, Dulevo Porcelain Factory, 1950.

50
75
2650
110
11

A moulded porcelain figurine 'Long Live the October Revolution!' painted in colours. Height 20cm. Soviet Union, Baranov Porcelain Factory, after Nazarenko, 1980s.

10
15
530
90
12

From the history of the Soviet cosmonautics. Lot consisting of two items: 1) Colour photo of the assembly of the space device. On the front side the photos and the autographs of famous Soviet cosmonauts: Leonov A.A., Tereshkova V.V., Titov G.S., Nikolaev A.G., Popovich P.R., Beregovoi G.T., Bykovsky V.F., Shatalov V.A., Volynov V.V., Eliseev A.S., Shonin G.S. and others. The size of photo - 51x49 cm. USSR, end 1960s-beginning 1970s. 2) Magazine "Aviaexport" (No. 4, 1971). On the second page spread "Pilots-cosmonauts of the USSR - conquerors of the universe", the photo portraits of the Soviet cosmonauts with autographs: Titov G.S., Nikolaev A.G., Popovich P.R., Bykovsky V.F., Tereshkova V.V., Leonov A.A., Beregovoi G.T., Shatalov V.A., Volynov V.V., Khrunov E.V., Shonin G.S., Kubasov V.N., Filipchenko A.V., Gorbatko V.V., Sevastyanov V.I. Good state. The items are of the collection value.


 

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Krylov, Andrey Porfirievich (b. 1929), graphic artist, painter, a leading Soviet satiric drawer. More info. 'On the origin of the Kurile Islands' (satiric drawing). Gouache on paper, 17х34.5. Signed and inscribed (by publishers) on the reverse. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

25
37
1300
200
14

Krylov, Andrey Porfirievich (b. 1929), graphic artist, painter, a leading Soviet satiric drawer. 'If Aphrodite was born today in Cyprus' (for the Krokodil magazine) (satiric drawing). 1979. Ink, watercolour on paper. 36.5х47.5. Signed in Cyrillic and dated 'А. Krylov 1979' (lower left). Publishers' inscriptions, printing office order label (on the reverse). Creases of the paper on the lists. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

50
75
2650
150
15

Krylov, Andrey Porfirievich (b. 1929), graphic artist, painter, a leading Soviet satiric drawer. 'Transfer of Authority' (for the Krokodil magazine) (satiric drawing). 1978. Indian ink, gouache, watercolour on paper. 29.5х29.5. Signed in Cyrillic and dated: 'А. Krylov-78' (lower right). The publisher's notes on the back side, including the mark of order in the printing establishment. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

40
60
2100
220
16

Krylov, Andrey Porfirievich (b. 1929), graphic artist, painter, a leading Soviet satiric drawer. 'City Lights or Modern Times' (satiric drawing). 1974. Ink on paper. 64.5х36.5. Publishers' inscriptions on the reverse. Creases of the paper on the lists. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

40
60
2100
80
17

Krylov, Andrey Porfirievich (b. 1929), graphic artist, painter, a leading Soviet satiric drawer. 'Der Plan wird erfullt und wenn im Dezember ist!' (satiric drawing). Ink, watercolour on paper. 64.5х36.5. Signed in Cyrillic 'A.Krylov' (lower left). Publishers' inscriptions on the reverse. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

35
52
1850
130
18

Vladimir Yakovlev. Rooster. 1980s. Oil on canvas. 42х109. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

600
900
31800
6000
19

Kachalina, Lubov' Ivanovna (b. 1934). Making Steel, 1964, oil on canvas, 97x124. Signed in Cyrillic: 'L.Kachalina' (lower right), inscribed in Cyrillic: 'Brigade of Communist Labour, Elektrostal Heavy Machine-Building Plant. Steelmakers: Sysoev Nikolai A., Mironov Nikolai I., Malyshev Vladimir V. 1st Steel Casting Floor' (on the reverse).

1300
1950
68900
8500
20

Prisekin, Sergey Nikolaevich (b. 1958). The Battle of Kulikovo. Russia, 1994. Oil on canvas, 100х168cm. (replica of the work featured in the Kremlin Palace). This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

3000
4500
159000
5500
21

Safronov Nikas. Silent utopian presentation of Babylon in the Celestial. 2004. Canvas, oil. 92х60

1300
2500
69000

3600

RNR

22

Fotinsky, Sergey (1887-1971). Big boulevards. Gouache on paper. 149х119. Signed: 'Serge Fotinsky' (lower right).

5000
7500
265000
9500
23

An etched copper plaque depicting a dancer wearing fly-away clothes and holding a tambourine, painted in polychrome enamels. Size: 76.2 х 45.3cm. Signed lower right. Russia, after Zurab Tsereteli, late 20th century. The plaque is painted in polychrome baking enamels with ochreous-brown tints against a dark background. The painter has skilfully shown the expressiveness of an Oriental dance.

1500
2250
79500
5000
24

Anatoly Zverev. Nude with Blue Flowers. 1966. Oil on sacking. 69х80.5. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

700
1050
37100
6000
25

Dmitry Krasnopevtsev, Still Life, 1970, oil on cardboard. 42х28.6 This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

900
1350
47700
12000
26

Dmitry Krasnopevtsev, Still Life with Fish, 1950s, oil on canvas, 30х50. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

1000
1500
53000
11000
27

Vladimir Nemuhin, Countryside Motif, 2003. Oil on cardboard, collage. 60х60. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

600
900
31800
5000
28

Dmitry Plavinsky. Skete. 1980s. Etching on paper. 40.5х50. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

300
450
15900
500
29

Leonid Purygin, "Our love is cosmic..." 1988. Oil on canvas laid down on board. 135х120. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

1200
1800
63600
11000
30

Alexander Kharitonov. Landscape. 1960s. Oil on canvas, 64х43. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

400
600
21200
3400
31

Eduard Steinberg. Sea Gull. 1980s. Mixed media on cardboard. 68х49. This item is in Europe and can be freely transported to any place of the world.

400
600
21200
5000
32

Sorin, Savely Abramovich (1877 – 1953) Portrait of the Composer Arthur Lurier. 1944. Mixed media on paper laid on canvas. 88х110. Provenance: Collection of Prince Shorvanidze. In 1947, the portrait was displayed at the London show visited by Elizabeth II, the future queen of Great Britain.

30000
45000
1590000
75000
33

Bogolubov, Alexey Petrovich (1824-1896). Shipwreck. 1850s. Oil on canvas. 63х95. Signed in Cyrillic 'А.Bogolubov' (lower right). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

45000
67500
2385000
150000
34

Bogolubov, Alexey Petrovich (1824-1896). On the Danube. Warship. 1877. White paint, watercolour, graphite on paper. 31.6х47.5 cm. Signed in brush in Cyrillic and dated 'А. Bogolubov 1877' (lower left). Inscribed in pencil 'Danube. Please accept this remembrance from all your friends... To N.P. Petrov' (lower centre). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

6000
9000
318000
19000
35

Makovsky, Konstantin Egorovich (1839-1915). The Ceremony of Kissing. Oil on canvas. 144е214.5cm. Expert report written by the I.E.Grabar All-Russian Scientific and Restoration Centre.

100000
150000
5300000
700000
36

Kustodiev, Boris Mihailovich (1878-1927). Portrait of Elizabeth Grigorievna Pushkina. Early 1900s. Oil on canvas. 88.1х75.2cm. Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

9000
13500
477000
22000
37

Bruni, Fedor Antonovich (1799-1875). Allegorical Composition with Putti. 1858-1862. Watercolour, Indian ink, ink on paper. 18.6х35.8. Inscribed in ink in Cyrillic: 'By Fedor Bruni. Painted for the panel in the house of Baron Stigliz (palace of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich). Received from Bruni's daughter L.F. Bonafede' (on the reverse). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

1500
2250
79500
3000
38

Nesterov, Mihail Vassilievich (1862-1942). Wounded soldier. 1915. Graphite on paper. 23.8х17.7. Signed in Cyrillic: 'Mih. Nester… (lower left). Inscribed in Cyrillic and dated: '24 January 1915 Petrograd' (lower right). Expert report written by the I.E.Grabar All-Russian Scientific and Restoration Centre.

500
750
26500
2200
39

Volkov, Efim Efimovich (1844 – 1920) Forest Landscape with the River. (Indian Summer. Quiet River). 1893. Oil on canvas, 92х125. Expert report written by the Art Consulting company.

50000
75000
2650000
80000
40

Vassiliev, Fedor Alexeevich (1850 – 1873) Road. 1868. Oil on canvas. 27х42.5. Expert report written by V. А. Petrov.

50000
75000
2650000
120000
41

Klever, Yuly Yulievich (Junior) (1882-1942). Still Life with Lilacs and Strawberry. 1912. Oil on canvas. 35.7х53.5. Signed in Cyrillic and dated: "Y.Klever (Junior) 1912' (upper right). Expert report written by the I.E.Grabar All-Russian Scientific and Restoration Centre.

1400
2100
74200
10000
42

Anisfeld, Boris Izrailevich (1879-1973). Bygone Fame. 1953. Oil on canvas. 102х89.

18000
27000
954000
50000
43

Kulikov, Ivan Semenovich (1875-1941). Reception at the Assembly of Nobility. Oil on canvas. 52.5х69. Signed in Cyrillic 'I Kulikov' (lower right). Expertise and advice given by the State Tretyakov

4000
6000
212000
15000
44

Kiselev, Alexander Alexandrovich (1838-1911). Winter Evening. Returning to the Village. 1885. Oil on canvas. 29.8х53.5. Signed in Cyrillic and dated 'АKiselev' (initials 'А' and 'К' intertwined) 1885' (lower right). Expert report written by the I.E.Grabar' All-Russian Scientific and Restoration Centre.

Retired
8500
12750
450500
 
45

Kondratenko, Gavriil Pavlovich (1854-1924). In the Winter Forest. 1888. Oil on canvas. 44.3х28. Signed in Cyrillic and dated 'G.Kondratenko 16 January 88' (lower right). Expert report written by the I.E.Grabar All-Russian Scientific and Restoration Centre.

7500
11250
397500
32000
46

Savrasov, Alexey Kondratievich (1830-1897). Moonlight night above the lake. 1885. Graphite, white paint on brown paper. 28.5х20.7. Signed in blue pencil (partly in lead pencil) in Cyrillic and dated: 'А.S(avrasov) 1885' (lower right). Inscribed in Cyrillic: 'High water А.S.' (lower left). Signed in blue pencil in Cyrillic: 'А.Savrasov' (on the reverse). Inscribed in ink below: "I hereby certify that this drawing was made by the member of Academy А.К.Savrasov. Nadezhda Alexeevna Morgunova-Savrasova 1922.' Expertise and advice given by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

3500
5250
185500
10000
47

Zankovsky, Ilya Nikolaevich (1832-1919). Lake in the Caucasian mountains. 1880s/1890s. Oil on canvas laid down on card. 32.5х42. Signed in Cyrillic: 'Zankovsky' (lower left). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

1800
2700
95400
6500
48

Lebedev, Alexander Ivanovich (1826-1898). Peasant Yard. 1872. Oil on canvas. 54.5х71.5. Signed in Cyrillic and dated 'А. Lebedev 1872' (lower left). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

1500
2250
79500
4400
49

Benois, Alexander Nikolaevich (1870-1960). Chantilly. 1924. Watercolour, graphite on paper. 22.6х30.4. Signed: 'Аleхandre Benois' (lower right). Signed, inscribed and dated: 'Аleхandre Benois 1924./ Chantilly' (on the reverse). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

2000
3000
106000
4600
50

Venig, Karl Bogdanovich (1830-1908). Grigory Otrepiev in front of the Polish king Sigismund. 1880s. Oil on canvas. 142х111.6. Signed in Cyrillic: 'K.Venig' (lower right). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

25000
37500
1325000
44000
51

Zarubin, Viktor Ivanovich (1866-1928). Landscape with a hut. Late 1910s/Early 1920s. Oil on canvas. 40х51.3. Signed in Cyrillic: 'Zarubin' (lower right). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

2000
3000
106000
5000
52

Burlyuk, David Davidovich (1882-1967). In the park. Oil on card. 35.3х46. 1920s. Signed 'Burliuk' (lower right). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

9000
13500
477000
24000
53

Falk, Robert Rafailovich (1886-1958). Russian expanses (Landscape with haystacks). 2nd half 1920s. Oil on canvas. 55.1х110.3. A.V.Shchekin-Krotova collection label (on the stretcher). Expert report written by the State Tretyakov Gallery.

6000
9000
318000
24000
54

Makovsky, Vladimir Egorovich (1846-1920). Carpenter. 1890s. Graphite, watercolour on paper. 31.2х22.7. Signed in Cyrillic and dated in lead pencil : 'V.Makovsky / 1890' (lower right diagonally). Expert report written by the I.E.Grabar All-Russian Scientific and Restoration Centre.

1800
2700
95400
3800
55

A triptych icon of St. Nicholas with a three-figure Deesis, St.George and an unknown saint and unknown blessed prince; St. Demetrius of Solun, blessed prince Timotheus and Reverend Sava, with oklad. Tempera, levkas on wood. Etched, chased, engraved silver-gilt oklad painted in monochrome cloisonne enamel; inscription scratched in Cyrillic on the reverse. 42Х44сm. Late 16th/early 17th century. Expert report written by O.V.Lelekova, M.M.Naumova, Y.A.Ruzavin, State Restoration Institute.

6000
9000
318000
32000
56

Silvester Medvedev (1641 - 1691). Autograph. Turco Thoma. Officum B. Mariae virginis luxta ritum…Romae: typis Manelphi Manelphij, 1644. 480 pages. The Blessed Virgin Mary Worship Rite. Rome, 1644. Catholic prayer book with 10 full-sheet engraved prints by СВ (Cornelis Bloemart ?). Autograph in cinnabar of the 17th-century religious writer, the scribe and editor of Bible manuscripts at the Moscow Mint, the owner of one of the largest private libraries Silvester Medveded: 'By Silvester Medvedev // Prayer book' (on endpapers). Expert report written by the Archaeographic Laboratory of the Moscow State University. Full-leather bindings, blind-stamped spine and covers, all edges gilt. In calico-covered cardboard case, bookplate of А. Sidorov. 7.5х4.5сm., in satisfactory condition: block off the covers, lacking clasps, some pages missing, some staining. The edition is of historical importance and is worthy of the best museums. Rare.

900
1350
47700
2000
57

A Historism-style carved walnut armchair upholstered in leather. Height 124cm., width: 95cm. Restoration. Russia, Moscow, Smidt, late 19th/early 20th century.

1800
2700
95400
8000
58

Easter egg with opening leaves and icon "God Almighty" and engraving on the internal leaves "Christ is risen". Silver, casting, engraving, filing out, copper, mounting, polychrome painting, plating. Brands: 88th countermark with the "woman's head in kokoshnik turning to the right", master "J.A." Faberge company. Height - 6 cm, height of miniature - 3.8 cm. Weight 121 g. Insignificant restoration, defects of painting. Russia, company of Imperial Supplier K. Faberge, master Armsfeldt Karl Gustav Jalmar, 1908-1917.

5230
7670
277500
8500
59

Decanter. Silver, casting, minting, engraving, gilding; crystal glass, polishing, cutting. Height - 33 cm. Brands: 84th countermark with the "woman's head in kokoshnik turning to the left", with the initials of manager of assay circuit "IL" of Faberge company under the emblem. Insignificant restoration. Russia, Moscow, company of Imperial Supplier K. Faberge, 1899-1908.

9850
14450
521500
9850
60

A pair of mantle vases in cast, chased, patinated and gilt bronze overlaid with antique profiles, mascarons, laurel wreaths and acanthus leaves. Throats overlaid with muse, Cupid and Psuche. Height 47cm. The vases are an outstanding example of Russian fine neoclassic bronze items. Russia, exclusive bespoke work by Moscow or Saint-Petersburg workmasters, late 19th/early 20th century. Expert report written by the Museum of Decorative Art.

3000
4500
159000
7500
61

Vase on the plinth. Nephrite, polishing. Height - 20.3 cm. Diameter of the cup - 10.3 cm. Insignificant restoration, chips. Russia, 19th century.

1300
1920
69500
1300
62

Twin decorative plates with the women's portraits: "Amalie Freiin v. Krudener nach J.Stieler" and "Anna R Kaula nach J.Stieler" according to the notes on the back side. Porcelain, covering, with overglazed colours, gilding. Author's signature on the lower part of the picture "Wachter S.". Mark: black on the gold "HEUBACH". Diameter - 24 cm. Small chips on the edge. Germany, Thuringia, HEUBACH company, author of the paining Wachter S. under the painting original of J. Stiller (1781-1858), beginning of the XX century. On one of the plates the portrait of Amalia Stieler, whose image we know not only from the paintings but also from the poems of the great Russian poet Fedor Tyutchev. He fell in love with her being a youth and treasured this feeling all his life devoting her his best poems. This fact makes the work more valuable in historical and collection sense.

1800
2700
95400
1800
63

A moulded gilt porcelain and cast gilt metal casket with overglaze colours engraved with ancient motifs in relief. Height 34cm. Marked with crowned 'N' in underglaze blue. In the XIX century such marks of the porcelain manufacture of Napoli were stamped on the goods of the plant Ginori in Doccia, where the porcelain production was established in 1730s. In the beginning of the XIX century this enterprise got the models and forms of Capo de Monte and Napoli manufactures. In XIX century the Ginori porcelain was produced under great influence of these manufactures, one of the peculiarities of which was the use of relief decoration. This article is complicated in composition and is notable for rich color palette. Italy, plant Ginori, 1850-1870s. The work is of great art, historical and museum value.

2000
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106000
5500
64

A porcelain figure of Catherine II with overglaze colours, with gilt decoration. Height 25cm. Base size: 18.3х21.1сm. Signed illegibly on base. After a painting by D.G.Levitsky depicting Catherine the Great as a legislator in the Temple of the Goddess of Justice. The sculpture represents the central part of this composition: Empress, burning the poppy flowers on the altar, sacrifies her quietness for overall peace. The eagle sitting on the books containing the laws, watches their observance. The Empress's grand dress is arrayed with the figure chain of the Order of St. Andrei the First Called, which accents the merits of Ekaterina II for the Russian State. The sculpture might be manufactured on the Imperial porcelain plant, and the author of the model is A.K. Shpis. The sculptor who formed this sculpture was P.V. Shmakov. Russia, Imperial porcelain plant, 1860-80. The sculpture has an art, collection and museum value. According to the nclusion of the Ph.D. in Arts T.D. Karyakina.

2200
3300
116600
6500
65

A porcelain plaque depicting two ladies in an interior sitting at the window, with overglaze colours. Later frame. Marked with crowned 'Н I'. Signed in Cyrillic: 'N.Semenov' and dated 1843 (lower left). Plaque size: 33.5х25.5cm. Russia, Imperial Porcelain Factory, 1843. Composition of the layer repeats the painting of Alimmi, which is confirmed by the note on the back side. The list of the porcelain is made by a hereditary master of the Imperial porcelain plant Nikolai Timofeevich Semenov. The layer has an art, collection and museum value. According to the nclusion of the Ph.D. in Arts T.D. Karyakina.

2800
4200
148400
9000
66

A needle-engraved glass. Height 9cm. Diameter 7cm. Double-headed eagle in the centre surrounded by standards and Emperor Alexander III coronation date 15th May 1883. Engraved in Cyrillic: 'God Save the King', 'A III' (below imperial regalia), 'crowned with crowns' (above eagle). On hte back side a form of a woman in a folk's dress and a big basket of flowers. The note: "Can you believe that I am a goddes of beauty?", below: "Mikhail Egorovich Popov". The glass is manufactured for the coronation of Imperor Alexander III, but it is not a typical glass article produced for memorable dates. The glass is a customs-made cultural memorial, which is rare on the antic market. Russia, 1883. The form of the glass is presented in the price-list of the Dyatkovo crystal glass factory of Maltsovs. The glass has the historical and art interest, museum and collection value. Expert examination of the Museum of Decorative and Applied Art, expert Dolgikh E.V.

200
300
10600
260
67

A fine desk set painted in polychrome enamels over gilt filigree. 88 standard. Inkstand in the form of a two-handled vase crowned with the gilt figure of Cupid. All items are applied with the Russian style geometrical and stylised floral pattern and inlaid with monograms MP (in Cyrillic). Minor defects, one inlaid monogram missing. Russia, Moscow, P.Ovchinnikov, supplier to the Imperial Court. 1894. High-end work of historical and artistic importance, worthy of the best museums. Expert report written by G.G.Smorodinova, leading researcher of the State Historical Museum.

9000
13500
477000
38000
68

A pair of cast silver 'Troika' decorative spoons painted in polychrome enamels. Gross weight 150gr. Losses to enamel. 84 standard with the head of a woman right wearing a kokoshnik and town code, Cyrillic initials 'PSh'. Russia, Moscow, P.P.Shul'gin Workshop, 1900-1913.

600
900
31800
3800
69

A cast, chased, stippled, silver-gilt decorative kovsh with cabochon inlays. Height 34cm., weight 1,920gr. 84 standard with the head of a woman right wearing a kokoshnik and assay district code, Cyrillic workmaster's initials 'GK'. Russia, Moscow.

9000
13500
477000
26000
70

A cast, engraved silver-gilt 'cask' drinking set comprising glasses for 6 persons. Minor deformation. 84 standard with the head of a woman right wearing a kokoshnik and assay district code, Cyrillic workmaster's initials 'PB'. Gross weight 1,026gr. Russia, Moscow, workmaster P.Baskakov, 1908.

800
1200
42400
4600
71

12 cast and engraved silver-gilt and gilt steel dessert knives and a support. Support weight: 410gr.; overall weight of knives: 290gr. 84 standard with the head of a woman right wearing a kokoshnik and town code on support, workmaster's mark in Cyrillic 'О.Kurlyukov'. Knives marked with 900 standard, 84 standard with the head of a woman right wearing a kokoshnik and assay district code, truncated oval import mark. Russia, Moscow, О.Kurlyukov, 1908-1916; Western Europe, early 20th century.

500
750
26500
1700
72

An important cast and engraved silver-gilt covered mug inlaid with three cartouche medallions depicting Emperor Nicholas I below the imperial crown, Tsarevich Alexander Nicholaevich and his consort Maria Alexandrovna, Emperor Nicholas I's consort, Empress Alexandra Fedorovna. Height 19.7cm. Weight 582gr. 84 standard, city coat of arms, assay master's mark above date 1845, Cyrillic workmaster's initials NG. Russia, Moscow, anonymous master, 1845. The mug is a rare example of bespoke memorable exclusive works by Moscow silversmiths. The mug belongs to family presents given by Tsarevich Alexander Nikolaevich, the future Emperor Alexander II, and his consort Maria Alexandrovna. Equally high-end works are featured in the collections of the State Historical Museum, the Armory Museum and the State Hermitage Museum. Expert report written by the Museum of Decorative and Popular Art.

2500
3750
132500
7000
73

A cast, engraved silver-gilt tea-glass holder 'Bogatyrskaya Zastava'. Height 13.2cm., weight: 194gr. 84 standard with the head of a woman right wearing a kokoshnik and city code, later Cyrillic workmaster's mark S.B. Russia, early 20th century.

200
300
10600
850
74

A cast and engraved silver tea and coffee service on the tray consisting of tea pot, coffee pot, creamer, sugar tongs, sugar basin. Monted with bone and parcel-gilt. Marks: 84 standard, brothers Grachev . Overall weight: 2 450gr. Slight restauration, minor defects. Russia, St. Petersburg, firm of brothers Grachev. 1908-1917

4925 7245 260150 8000
75

A cast silver-gilt vase decorated with polychrome vitreous and filigree enamels. Height: 11 cm. Combines a rare technique of vitreous and filigree enamels. Russia, end of the XIX century

1315 1935 69500 3400
76

A pair of Baccara crystal vases with mascarones in the form of Bacchus head. Vase body is faceted and polished, mounted with engraved and gilt bronze. Height: 32 cm. France, c. 1850

3280 4830 173400 4800
77

A pair of sculptures "Dragoon" and "Infantryman" Cast bronze with chasing and gilding. Height: 35 cm. Signature on the base: "G. Omerth". France, sculpture - G. Omerth, 1895-1925

1480 2175 78000 1900
78

A decorative vase with a landscape. Porcelain, underglased painting. Height - 46 sm., green underglased cypher "Н II" above the date "1914". Russian Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, 1914 г. A body of the vase is ornamented with sophisticated polychrome decoration, representing a landscape of russian nothern nature (presumably Valaam). The painting distinguishes by impeccable perspective and delicate half-tones.The same items with natural motives in decoration received the popularity due to the envention made by chemist N.Kachalov, which allowed to enlarge the unedrglased painting palette and suppass in this contex the copenhagen and sevres manufacturing.The vase is of collectional and museum value.

7880 11600 417000 7900
79

Vahtangov Evgeny "Time". 1982, oil on canvas, collage, 70х60.

800 1150 41500 3000
80

Zverev Anatoly "A portrait of Talochkin". 1970-s, oil on card, 78х52.

1600 2300 83000 4000
81

Veisberg "Nude". 1976, water color on paper, 38х50.

Retired
950 1400 50000  
82

Tsereteli Zurab Konstantinovich (b. 1934). Still-life from a series "Sunflowers". 2001. Oil on canvas. 113 x 83. Certificate of Tsereteli Art Gallery.

51920 76600 2773000 ---
83

Glushenko Nikolai Petrovich (1901-1977). "Workers". Study. 1930-s. Oil on backed-up canvas. 55 x 45. Signed in the lower left corner: "gloutchenko / Глущенко Микола". Expert report by the State Sientific and Research Institute of Restauration.

3235 4775 171875 ---
84

Unknown artist. "Italian morning" (a copy after the namesake painting by K.P.Briullov 1823). Oil on canvas. 63 x 53,2. Expert report by the State Sientific and Research Institute of Restauration.

5180 7640 275000 ---
85

Trutovsky Konstantin Aleksandrovich (1826 - 1893). "Children playing in the garden". Oil, canvas on plywood. 46,5 x 68,7. Expert report by the State Sientific and Research Institute of Restauration.

2100 3100 110000 6000
Charitable string. Works of students and lecturers of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka
86

Perezhogina Anna. 18 y.o. Student of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka. "Tree at the pond", 2003. Paper, watercolour. 18,9х27,1

15
22
780
160
87

Suchkova Julia. 16 y.o. Student of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka. "Autumn still-life" 2000. Paper, watercolour. 23х32

15
22
780
140
88

Simonov Vladislav. 14 y.o. Student of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka. "Autumn still-life" 2003. Paper, watercolour. 38х27,5

30
44
1560
200
89

Kozlov Mikhail. 16 y.o. Student of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka. "Summer", 2003. Paper, watercolour, 56х38

30
47
1560
160
90

Besednova Natalia Vladimirovna. graduated from the Moscow State Academic Arts Institute named after V.I. Surikov, faculty of easel painting. Since 1999 - lecturer of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka with the Museum and Exhibition Complex. Member of Moscow Union of Artists (since 2003). Participant of group and personal exhibitions. The works are in the museum and personal collections in Russia and abroad. "Lilac", 2003, Paper, watercolour. 55,5х73

100
146
5200
160
91

Besednova Natalia Vladimirovna. "Gates. Village hall of Count Chernyshev. 2004. Paper, watercolour, 48х58

80
117
4160
150
92

Besednova Natalia Vladimirovna."Sight of Luzhniki", 2004. Paper, watercolour, 22х40,4

50
73
2600
160
93

Volkov Alexander Pavlovich (born in 1971).Graduated from the Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture (Studio of Landscape Painting guided by professor A.S. Trofimov). Since 1997 member of International Federation of Professional and Creative Union of Russian Artists. Since 1999 - lecturer of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka with the Museum and Exhibition Complex. Participant of group and personal exhibitions. The works are in the museum and personal collections in Russia and abroad. "In the neighbourhood of Ostozhenka" 2002. Paper, watercolour, 28х21,5

80
117
4160
240
94

Volokitina Olga Victorovna. Graduated with honours from the Moscow State Academic Arts Institute named after V.I. Surikov, faculty of easel painting, teacher V.N. Zabelin. 1994-2000 - member of the International Arts Fund, since 1999 - member of the Moscow Union of Artists. Since 1999 - lecturer of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka with the Museum and Exhibition Complex. Participant of more than 40 group and personal exhibitionsin Russia and abroad. The works are in the museum and personal collections in Russia and abroad. "Velvet". Paper, watercolour, 37,5х46

50
73
2600
180
95

Kravchenko Alexei Yuryevich (born in 1966) 1989-1996 - worked in the laboratory of painting technique and technology of the Moscow State Academic Arts Institute named after V.I. Surikov under guidance of professor N.V. Odnoralov. Since 1999 - lecturer of the Moscow State Special School of Watercolour of Sergei Andriyaka with the Museum and Exhibition Complex. Since 2003 - member of the Moscow Union of Artists. Participant of more than 40 group and personal exhibitionsin Russia, CIS and abroad. The works are in the museum and personal collections in Russia and abroad. "Msta River", 2003. Paper, watercolour, 26х50

80
117
4160
160
96

Kravchenko Alexei Yuryevich (born in 1966) "Last ray", 2003. Paper, watercolour, 48х34

100
146
5200
100
97

Kravchenko Alexei Yuryevich (born in 1966) "July", 2003. Paper, watercolour, 52,5х71,5

120
175
6240
300

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