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Waddingtons.ca RUSSIAN PAINTINGS & DECORATIVE ARTS ONLINE AUCTION

SPECIALIST:

Susan Robertson 416.847.6179 sr@waddingtons.ca Bill Kime 416 847 6189 bk@waddingtons.ca Sean Quinn 416. 847.6187 sq@waddingtons.ca

Starts: Monday 27 October 2014 at 9:00 am Ends: Thursday 30 October 2014 at 2:00 pm On View: Tuesday 28 October 2014 from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm

http://internationalart.waddingtons.ca/auctions-138/Russian-Paintings-Decorative-Arts-Online-Auction

1 RUSSIAN NIELLOED SILVER SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY FEDOR MAKSOMOV, MOSCOW, 1840 decorated with a panel of buildings on the cover, two figures on the underside, length 3.4” — 8.6 cm., 3.7 oz. — 114 grams, assaymaster Nicholai Bubrovin

2 RUSSIAN ENGRAVED AND NIELLOED SILVER BELT BUCKLE, KIEV, 1899-1908

3 RUSSIAN ENGRAVED AND NIELLOED SILVER BEAKER, MOSCOW, 1852

with curved dagger clasp, decorated with scrolling leaves and a cyrillic inscription, width 2.5” — 6.3 cm., 0.8 oz. — 25 grams, assaymaster Alexander Virjohovsky

decorated with scrolling leaves, height 2.2” — 5.5 cm., 1.3 oz. — 39 grams $75—150

4 RUSSIAN ENGRAVED AND NIELLOED SILVER BEAKER, PYETR LOBANOV, MOSCOW, 1858 decorated with panels of buildings and scrolling foliage, height 2.6” — 6.5 cm., 2.1 oz. — 64 grams $100—200

$75—150 $150—250

5 RUSSIAN SILVER AND AGATE TORAH POINTER, PROBABLY MOSCOW, LATE 19TH CENTURY

6 RUSSIAN SILVER AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SPOON, 6TH ARTEL, MOSCOW, C.1908-17

7 RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SPOON, MOSCOW, LATE 19TH CENTURY

with ring finial, length 9.3” — 23.5 cm., maker’s marks (cyrillic) G.K

minor restoration, length 6” — 15.2 cm., 1.2 oz. — 36 grams

length 6.3” — 16 cm., 1.4 oz. — 42 grams, maker’s mark (cyrillic) IS

$500—700

$100—200

$150—250

8 THREE RUSSIAN SILVERGILT AND CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL SPOONS, VARIOUS MAKERS, LATE 19TH CENTURY one with female figure finial, largest length 6.2" — 15.8 cm., 4.2 oz. — 130 grams $150—250


9 EIGHT RUSSIAN SILVER AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SPOONS, VARIOUS MAKERS, 20TH CENTURY largest length 5.4” — 13.7 cm., 5.5 oz. — 170 grams $200—300

10 RUSSIAN SILVER MUG, PAVEL OVCHINNIKOV, MOSCOW, 1893 of cylinder form with moulded scroll handle on a domed foot, relief engraved with interlaced strapwork enclosing panels of scrolling leaves, height 3.4” — 8.6 cm., 6.4 oz. — 198 grams

11 RUSSIAN SILVER TEAPOT, ST. PETERSBURG, 1908-17

12 RUSSIAN ENAMELED RED SATIN GLASS EASTER EGG, C.1900

of plain design with scroll handle and spout, height 5.8” — 14.7 cm., 18.9 oz. with the figure of Christ resurrected — 589 grams, maker’s marks (cyrillic) on one side and initials X.B. (Christ is NN Risen) on the reverse; with pink ribbon, egg height 3.6” — 9.2 cm. $350—500 $150—250

$350—500

13 RUSSIAN PORCELAIN EASTER EGG, C.1900 with oval panels depicting the Resurrection and a chalice with white dove reserved within gilt surrounds; with pale blue ribbon, egg height 3.3” — 8.5 cm. $200—300

14 PAIR OF LOMONOSOV JUGS, NATALIA DANKO, MID-20TH CENTURY

15 LOMONOSOV FIGURE OF AN EASTERN WOMAN WITH VEIL, C.1930

each formed as a woman’s head in colourful traditional costume, height 5.4” — 13.8 cm., printed marks in red, blue and green

wearing a burgundy jacket embellished with gilding and colourful striped pantaloons, height 8.5” — 21.5 cm., impressed hammer, sickle and cog mark, printed marks in red

$150—250 $350—500

16 LOMONOSOV SLEEPING PEASANT INKWELL, 1928 a young woman in floral dress resting on a bed of wheat sheaves, a sickle in one hand, a basket held in the other forming the well, tiny chip, length 6.9” — 17.4 cm., impressed hammer, sickle and cog mark dated 1928 and modeler’s monogram, printed Made in Russia in red $400—600


17 LOMONOSOV FIGURE OF FEODOR CHALIAPIN AS BORIS GODUNOV, YAKOV TROUPYANSKY, MID-20TH CENTURY wearing a purple-lined long black coat, height 11.1” — 28.1 cm., signed in the mould and dated 1922, printed mark in blue

18 LOMONOSOV REGIONAL FIGURE OF A WOMAN, C.1930

19 LOMONOSOV REGIONAL FIGURE OF A WOMAN, C.1930

wearing traditional Olonetsk costume, height 19.6” — 49.8 cm., printed hammer, sickle and cog mark in underglaze blue, Made in Russia in red

in traditional Olonetsk costume, height 7.6” — 19.2 cm., painted hammer, sickle and cog mark in blue, printed Made in Russia in red

20 LOMONOSOV FIGURE OF A SCHOOLBOY, MID-20TH CENTURY wearing a long coat and fur-lined hat, a book held under one arm, height 5.7” — 14.5 cm., printed mark in blue

$150—250

$150—250

23 GARDNER BISCUIT FIGURE OF A FRUIT SELLER, LATE 19TH CENTURY

24 GARDNER PARTRIDGE TEAPOT, LATE 19TH CENTURY

wearing a grey coat and white apron, standing on a circular base, height 8.4” — 21.3 cm., impressed starflower mark and numerals 89

the kneeling bearded man wearing a black cap, grey coat and white apron, holding a tray of fruit, on a marbled square base, repaired, height 5” — 12.6 cm., printed marks in red

formed as a bird and naturalistically painted with grass leaf scroll handle and seedhead finial, minor restoration, height 4.1” — 10.3 cm., printed marks in red

$200—300

$250—350

$150—250

$150—250

$200—300

21 LOMONOSOV FIGURE OF A COOK AND CAT, MID-20TH CENTURY beside a barrel on an oval base, height 6.9” — 17.5 cm., printed mark in blue Note: From the fable by Ivan Krylov $150—250

22 RUSSIAN BISCUIT PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A LEMONADE VENDOR, 19TH CENTURY


25 VERBILKI STALIN PORTRAIT CHARGER, 1949 commemorating his 70th birthday, the centre with a profile portrait above sprigs of oak and laurel, the rim with flowers, laurel and banners in red, green and gilt, inscribed 70 / 21-XII / 1949 and (cyrillic) GLORY TO / GREAT STALIN!, diameter 13.4” — 34 cm., printed marks and painted (cyrillic) Work of Rodionov in red script

26 KONOKOVO FAIENCE MOSCOW AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION CHARGER, 1939 the centre printed with a view of the main pavilion surrounded by a border of fruit, vegetables and grain, the rim with green and gilt borders, diameter 14.4” — 36.5 cm., printed marks in green $150—250

27 WHITE-GLAZED EARTHENWARE ‘SUPREMATIST’ TEAPOT AND TWO CUPS, AFTER KAZIMIR MALEVICH, 20TH CENTURY of geometric form, teapot height 6.5” — 16.5 cm., painted hammer, sickle and cog marks and dated 1923 in red

28 BARANIVKA PARIAN BUST OF THE POET TARAS SHEVCHENKO, 20TH CENTURY height 7.5” — 19 cm., printed marks in blue $100—200

$300—500

$700—1,000

29 GROUP OF THREE KUZNETSOV CUPS AND SAUCERS AND A TEAPOT, LOMONOSOV BOTANICAL CUP AND SAUCER AND A DULEVO GUARDS UNIT CUP AND SAUCER, MAINLY 20TH CENTURY largest diameter 6.7” — 17 cm., printed and painted marks in blue, green and red $100—200

30 RUSSIAN ART DECO CARVED BONE DRESSER BOX, KHOLMOGORY, 20TH CENTURY pierce carved with green grosgrain silk backing and velvet lined interior, 2.5” x 4.75” x 4” — 6.4 x 12.1 x 10.2 cm. $75—150

31 RUSSIAN LARGE LACQUER DOUBLE BOX, PALEKH, 1994

32 RUSSIAN LACQUER BOX, PALEKH, 1962

the top painted with numerous churches and cathedrals along riverside opening to compartment within lid, 3.5” x 11.5” x 6.5” — 8.9 x 29.2 x 16.5 cm.

the lid painted with scene of fishermen at lake, signed in Cyrillics and dated, 6” x 7” — 15.2 x 17.8 cm.

$200—300

$100—200


33 GROUP OF FIVE RUSSIAN PALEKH LACQUER WARE ITEMS, LATE 20TH CENTURY including 3 boxes, canister on stand and a triptych icon, tallest height 6.5” — 16.5 cm.

34 RUSSIAN BRASS SAMOVAR, C.1890 stamped with numerous imperial medallions bearing profiles of czars and dates, makers marks, etc., height 20.25” — 51.4 cm. $100—200

$300—400

35 FREDERICK DE WIT (16291706) TABULA RUSSIA VULGO MOSOVIA, AMSTERDAM, 1680 coloured map of Finland and Western Russia from the Arctic Ocean to the Black Sea, and the Gulf of Bothnia to eastern Siberia, the decorative cartouche with figures of Royalty and hunters, 19.5” x 23.5” — 49.5 x 59.7 cm. $150—250

36 FRENCH PATINATED BRONZE FIGURE OF A YOUNG PEASANT GIRL IN PRAYER, C.1880 on later shaped granite base, Salvaged, later base., height 26” — 66 cm. Note: This fragment was removed by the Soviet military when Moscow’s Christ the Savior Cathedral was demolish on Stalin’s order in the 1930’s. Acquired from the military by the current owner in 1989. $600—800

37 RUSSIAN TOLE PEINTE TRAY WITH PORTRAIT OF GRAND DUKE GEORGE ALEXANDROVICH OF RUSSIA, C.1899 of oval form with central roundel on red ground flanked by brass handles, 16.5” x 23.5” — 41.9 x 59.7 cm. $200—300

38 THREE RUSSIAN MINIATURE ENAMELLED PORCELAIN TRAVELLING ICONS, 19TH/20TH CENTURY each in gilt bronze frame, 2.75” x 2.5” — 7 x 6.4 cm. $100—200

39 RUSSIAN CARVED AND PIERCED BONE ICON OF CHRIST’S ASCENSION, KHOLMOGORY, EARLY 19TH CENTURY 10” x 8” — 25.4 x 20.3 cm. $400—600

40 RUSSIAN ICON OF THE MOTHER OF GOD, 19TH CENTURY tempera on panel with gilt highlights,, 12” x 9” — 30.5 x 22.9 cm. $200—300


41 LARGE RUSSIAN FEAST DAY ICON OF THE CRUCIFIXION, PALEKH, 19TH CENTURY

42 LARGE RUSSIAN ICON OF APOSTLES PETER AND PAUL, 19TH CENTURY

the central reserve bordered by further reserves depicting various figures and scenes including Christ the saviour, the Mother of God, the prophet Elijah, etc., 17” x 15” — 43.2 x 38.1 cm.

tempera on gessoed panel, the Saints depicted standing in landscape setting against gilt background within red banded ochre border, 19.5” x 14.5” — 49.5 x 36.8 cm. $800—1,200

$800—1,200

43 MONUMENTAL RUSSIAN ICON OF ST. NICHOLAS THE MIRACLE WORKER, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

44 AFTER VASILY YACOVLEVICH GRACHEV (RUSSIAN, 1831-1905) COSSACK’S RETURN

tempera on panel, the three quarter length figure depicted with one hand raised in blessing, the other holding bible, flanked by full figures of Christ with the Gospels and Mary offering the Episcopal stole, the composition finely rendered in bright colours against a blue ground within oxblood surround with gilt ‘slip’ and further decorative elements, height 27.5” — 20 cm.

patinated bronze equestrian group, signed in cyrillic with ‘Fabr. C. F. Woerffel’, St. Petersbourgh’ foundry mark, height 8.75” — 22.2 cm. $800—1,200

$2,000—3,000

45 IRENE KLESTOVA (19081989) ROSES Oil on masonite; signed, titled to gallery label verso, 18” x 21.75” — 45.7 x 55.2 cm. Provenance: Frost & Reed, London, Reg. No. 30145; The Fine Art Galleries, The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., Canada $5,000—7,000

46 ABRAHAM MANIEVICH (1883-1942) STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS IN A COPPER VASE; AUTUMN LANDSCAPE WITH POOL (A DOUBLE-SIDED OIL) Oil on canvas; signed in Latin lower left of the recto (Still Life) Provenance: Ex. Coll. Dr. Joseph Stern, Montreal; His estate in the early 1950’s; By descent to his wife Ada; Gifted to her brother, Jack Druckman in the 1970’s; Gifted by Jack Druckman to Dr. Joseph Stern’s niece, the present Private Collection, Montreal Literature: Peter Falk, “Who Was Who in American Art,” Vol. II, p. 2171-2172 $30,000—35,000

47 VICTOR EMANUELOV (18841940) WINTER TRAIL THROUGH TREES

48 FOLLOWER OF YULIY YULEVICH (JULIUS) KLEVER (1850-1924) WINTER LANDSCAPE

Oil on canvas; signed lower right, 18” x 22 “ — 45.7 x 55.9 cm.

Oil on canvas; bears cyrillic signature lower right, 24.5” x 38.5” — 62.2 x 97.8 cm.

Provenance: The Cooling Galleries Ltd., London Note: Together with a typed biography written by the artist $700—900

$1,500—2,000


49 KONSTANTIN KUZNETSOV (1895-1980) TROIKA RACING THROUGH THE VILLAGE Oil on canvas; signed in lower right, 18” x 24” — 45.7 x 61 cm.

50 ALEKSEY HUDIAKOV (1947-) MOUNTAINS IN SPRING; COASTAL VIEW Two watercolours on paper; each signed in cyrillics lower right , Sight 9” x 14” — 22.9 x 35.6 cm.; 10” x 16.75” — 25.4 x 42.5 cm.

51 TATIANA YABLONSKAYA (1917-2005) TOWN HOUSES THROUGH TREES

52 ALEXSANDR VLADIMIROVIC MAKOVSKIJ (1869-1924) HOUSES VIEWED THROUGH TREES

Pencil drawing on paper; signed in cyrillics lower right, Image 11” x 17” — 27.9 x 43.2 cm.

Pencil drawing on paper; signed and inscribed in cyrillics and dated 1919 lower left, Sheet 6.7” x 9.3” — 17 x 23.5 cm.

$400—600

$700—900

$600—800

$700—900

53 A.H. SAGDEEV (20TH CENTURY) SHIP IN A STORM AT KARADAGA

54 IAKOV KHAIMOV (1914-1991) BRIDGE IN A SMALL CITY NEAR THE BLACK SEA

Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics lower right, 26” x 42” — 66 x 106.7 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed in cyrilics lower right, signed and titled in cyrillics verso, 19.7” x 23.6” — 50 x 60 cm.

$700—900

$700—900

55 SCHOOL OF KUZ’MA SERGEEVITCH PETROVVODKIN (1878-1939) HOUSES AND PICKET FENCE Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated 1971 lower right, 19.75” x 19.75” — 50.2 x 50.2 cm. $400—600

56 ALEXANDER FOLLAK (1915- ) CHALETS IN THE HIGH ALPS Oil on canvas; signed in the paint with an incised signature lower left, 23.5” x 31.5” — 59.7 x 80 cm. Provenance: W.T. Burger Co., Inc. $300—400


57 NIKOLAI ROSKOV (19TH CENTURY) RIVER BEND Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics lower right, faintly inscribed verso, 41.75” x 36” — 106 x 91.4 cm.

58 C. TKACHENKO (20TH/21ST CENTURY) TWO FOREST VIEWS BY RAPIDS

59 NIKOLAY DMITRIEVIC MILIOTTI (1874-1962) FIGURE WALKING IN THE VILLAGE

60 ATTRIBUTED TO SERGUIE IVANOVITCH LOBANOFF (1887-1943) RIVER RAPIDS IN SUMMER

Two oils on board; each signed in cyrillics and dated 93 lower right, 11.75” x 15.75” — 29.8 x 40 cm.

Oil on board; signed and dated ‘27 lower left, (, 17” x 21” — 43.2 x 53.3 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated 1922 lower left, 24” x 36” — 61 x 91.4 cm.

$300—400

$1,500—2,000

$3,000—5,000

62 FOLLOWER OF PAVEL ANDREEVICH FEDOTOV (1815-1852) ELEGANT RUSSIAN BEAUTY IN A FEATHERED HAT, 1907

63 VASYL MYAZIN (1936-2008) MOTHER AND CHILD ISOLATED

64 MANNER OF ILL’YA REPIN (1844-1930) GENTLEMAN WITH A JACK RUSSELL TERRIER

$500—700

61 **BORKO (20/21ST CENTURY RUSSIAN) THE EVENING BELL, VOLOGDA; Three oils on canvas; each signed in cyrillics lower right, each signed and titled in cyrillics verso. Unstretched and unframed., Each 18.5” x 25.75 “ — 47 x 65.4 cm.; 17.5” x 29” — 44.5 x 73.7 cm. $200—300

Pastel on paper mounted on canvas; indistinctly signed in cyrillics lower left, Pavel Ann...? and faintly dated 1907 lower left, 33.5” x 25.5” — 85.1 x 64.8 cm. $3,000—4,000

Oil on canvas; signed and titled in cyrillics verso, 35” x 23.5” — 88.9 x 59.7 cm.

Oil on canvas; indistinctly inscribed in cyrillics upper right, 37” x 27” — 94 x 68.6 cm.

$2,000—3,000 $500—700


65 JULIJ VEDERNIKOV (1943-) THREE MEN IN A SLED Pen and ink drawing on paper;, Image 8” x 12” — 20.3 x 30.5 cm. $1,000—1,500

66 ATTRIBUTED TO VASILII NIKOLAEVICH CHEKRYGIN (1897-1922) NUDE STANDING BY A PODIUM

67 ATTRIBUTED TO VASILLI NIOLAEVICH CHERKYGIN (1897-1922) SEATED NUDE WEARING A HAT

Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics lower left, 38.5 “ x 31” — 97.8 x 78.7 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed and inscribed in cyrillics lower left, 38.5 “ x 31” — 97.8 x 78.7 cm.

$200—300 $200—300

68 FOLLOWER OF ALEKSANDR ALEKSANDROVICH DEINEKA (1899-1969) SEATED MALE NUDE; SEATED FEMALE NUDE WITH BLONDE HAIR Two oils on canvas; each signed, the former signed upper left, the latter signed upper right, 38” x 31” — 96.5 x 78.7 cm. $400—600

69 ANDRE SOLOGOUB (19222010) PORTRAIT OF A MAN

70 ALEXANDRE MEDVEDEV (1957- ) RULING CZAR FAMILY

Oil on masonite; signed in cyrillics and dated 47 lower right, extensively inscribed in cyrllics verso, 12” x 9.75” — 30.5 x 24.8 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed with initials lower right, signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1995 verso, 37” x 37.75” — 94 x 95.9 cm.

$200—400

$300—500

71 ATTRIBUTED TO ROBERT RAFAILOVICH FALK (18861958) PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN IN A RED HAT Oil on canvas; signed “R. Falk” upper left, 22” x 18” — 55.9 x 45.7 cm. $400—600

72 JULIJ VEDERNIKOV (1943-) DOM KULTIRY Oil on canvas; signed in Cyrillic and dated 1989 lower left, signed and titled in Cyrillic and dated 1989 verso $5,000—7,000


73 YURI KRASNY (1925-2005) CABARET GIRL WITH HELMUT AND TWO WOMEN

74 ANATOLY ZVEREV (19311986) ABSTRACT FIGURE

75 ANATOLY ZVEREV (19311986) ABSTRACT

76 YURI KRASNY (1925-2005) NUDE WITH A TOP HAT; GIRL ON A UNICORN

Acrylic on canvas; signed lower right, 24” x 32” — 61 x 81.3 cm.

Mixed-media with oil, watercolour and inks on paper; signed with cyrillic initials and dated 58 lower right, Sight 21.75 “ x 14.5” — 55.2 x 36.8 cm.

Mixed-media with watercolour on paper; signed in cyrillics and dated 59 lower left, Sight 21.75 “ x 14.5 “ — 55.2 x 36.8 cm.

$1,500—2,500

$1,500—2,500

Two gouaches on paper, the second title, executed on the verso of a reproduction print; each signed lower right, the first also dated 83 lower right, 13.25” x 17” — 33.7 x 43.2 cm.; 11.75” x 10” — 29.8 x 25.4 cm.

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto, direct from the artist while Krasny was residing in New York, circa early 1990’s

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto, gifted from the artist, friends in Moscow since 1958 until Krasny’s death in 2005

Note: In 1971, the artist immigrated from Russia, first travelling to Israel, then to New York

$600—800 $2,000—3,000

77 SERGE DEHERIAN (1955-) HARMONY IN YELLOW

78 SERGE DEHERIAN (1955-) THE FAMILY

79 SERGE DEHERIAN (1955-) CIRCUS

80 SERGE DEHERIAN (1955-) LOVERS EMBRACED

Oil on canvas; signed lower right, signed and titled verso. Unframed., 30” x 40 “ — 76.2 x 101.6 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed lower right; signed and titled verso. Unframed., 39” x 34” — 99.1 x 86.4 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed lower right; signed and titled verso, 36” x 30” — 91.4 x 76.2 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed lower right, 35” x 45.25” — 88.9 x 114.9 cm.

$400—500

$400—500

$500—700

$400—500


81 PAVEL VARFOLOMEEVICH KUZNETSOV (1878-1968) HARVEST WITH SHEEP HERDERS

82 ALEKSANDR GRIGOR’EVICH TYSHLER (1898-1980) LOVERS

83 ANATOLY ZVEREV (19311986) WOMAN, 1978

Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated indistinctly “192...” lower right, 13.75” x 23.5” — 34.9 x 59.7 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated 71 lower right; signed, inscribed and dated 1971 to the stretcher, 19.25” x 18” — 48.9 x 45.7 cm.

Oil on textured artist’s paperboard; signed with cyrillic initials and dated 78 lower right, 26.5” x 19” — 67.3 x 48.3 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed with cyrillic initials at the right side, titled to labels verso, 24” x 31.5 “ — 61 x 80 cm.

$5,000—7,000

$7,000—9,000

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal acquired during the consignor’s six year stay in Russia from 1989 to 1995

Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal acquired during the consignor’s six year stay in Russia from 1989 to 1995

$2,000—3,000

$12,000—18,000

87 SERGEI CHEPIK (1953-2011) LA MORT ET LE SOLDAT, 1989

88 SERGEI CHEPIK (1953-2011) LES CONTES D’HOFFMAN (”PETRUHKA”) 1988

Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated 89 lower right; signed in cyrillics, titled in French and dated 1989 verso, 31.5” x 27.6” — 80 x 70 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed and dated 88 lower right; signed, titled in French and dated 1988 verso, 13.8” x 13.8” — 35 x 35 cm.

85 ALEXANDER SITNIKOV (1945-) PAGAN MEN Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated 89 lower right, signed in cyrillics and dated 89 verso, 63” x 59.1” — 160 x 150 cm. $8,000—12,000

86 OLGA GRECHINA ( 1947-) THE PARTY Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated 95 lower right, titled in cyrillics verso, 47” x 59 “ — 119.4 x 149.9 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal acquired during the consignor’s stay in Russia from 1989 to 1995

84 ANATOLY ZVEREV (19311986) DOUBLE PORTRAIT (TWO WOMEN)

Provenance: Roy Miles Gallery, London

Provenance: Roy Miles Gallery, London; Private Collection, Montreal

$3,000—5,000

$2,000—3,000

$3,000—5,000


89 ANATOL IVAN SHUGRIN (1906-1989) LOVERS Oil on board; signed in with an abbreviated cyrillic signature lower right, inscribed indisitinctly under the paint lower left, signed verso, titled in cyrillics to a printed label verso, 30.25” x 20” — 76.8 x 50.8 cm.

90 YURI (YOURI) PAVLOV (1935-) SOLDIER, 1989

91 ANDREI GENNADIEV (1947-) THE PRINCE CRUSADER, 1991

Oil on canvas; signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1989 verso, 46.9” x 55.1” — 119 x 140 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed with initial monogram lower right, signed and titled in cyrillics, dated “91/2” at St. Petersburg and inscribed in Roman “To Roy as Always His Friend” verso, titled in Roman to gallery label verso, 38” x 33” — 96.5 x 83.8 cm.

$1,500—2,500

92 IVAN TARASUK (1957 -) CROWD IN A CITY LANDSCAPE Oil on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated 1990 lower left, signed, titled in cyrillics and dated 1990 at Moscow verso, 44.1” x 50.4” — 112 x 128 cm. $700—1,000

Provenance: Acquired from the artists’ studio, St. Petersburg; Presentation inscription to his friend Roy (Roy Mills Gallery, London) verso; Roy Mills Gallery, London; Private Collection, Montreal

$1,200—1,800

$1,200—1,800

93 NATALIA (NATALYA) OLEGOWNA (OLEGOVNA) TOLSTAJA (TOLSTAYA) (1954) DER BAUM, 1990 Oil on canvas; signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1990 verso. Unframed, 35.4” x 29.5” — 90 x 75 cm. Literature: For a biography and other examples by the artist see “Galerie im Kornhaus Rorschach” and “Russische Kunstler Und Ihre Werke Eine Ausstellung Der Stadt Neu-Ulm Und Der L.A.B. Moskau”, pgs. 22-23

94 TATJANA ANDREJEWNA FAIDISCH (1955- ) STILL LIFE WITH FRUIT Oil on canvas; signed and titled in cyrillics verso. Unframed., 27.6” x 27.6” — 70 x 70 cm. $500—700

95 TATJANA ANDREJEWNA FAIDISCH (1955- ) WIE DIE KARTEN FALLEN, 1990 Oil on canvas; signed with cyrillic initial monogram lower right; signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1988 verso. Unframed, 60.6” x 31.5” — 154 x 80 cm. Literature: This work is illustrated in colour in “Russische Kunstler Und Ihre Werke Eine Ausstellung Der Stadt Neu-Ulm Und Der L.A.B. Moskau”, p. 8, Cat. No. 1.2 $1,000—1,500

$800—1,200

96 TATJANA ANDREJEWNA FAIDISCH (1955- ) MOCHTE ESSEN, 1987 Oil on canvas; signed with cyrillic initial monogram bottom right, signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1987 verso, 47.2” x 47.2” — 120 x 120 cm. Literature: This work is illustrated in colour in “Russische Kunstler Und Ihre Werke Eine Ausstellung Der Stadt Neu-Ulm Und Der L.A.B. Moskau”, p. 9, Cat. No. 1.3 $1,000—1,500


97 JEWGENIJ SERGEJEWITSCH WACHTANGOW (EVGENY SERGEYEVICH VAHTANGOV) (1942- ) EXPLOSION, 1989

98 JEWGENIJ SERGEJEWITSCH WACHTANGOW (EVGENY SERGEYEVICH VAHTANGOV) (1942- ) DIE BLUME, 1988

99 JEWGENIJ SERGEJEWITSCH WACHTANGOW (EVGENY SERGEYEVICH VAHTANGOV) (1942- ) BLACK AND RED ABSTRACT

100 JEWGENIJ SERGEJEWITSCH WACHTANGOW (EVGENY SERGEYEVICH VAHTANGOV) (1942- ) ABSTRACT (SPIDERWEB)

Oil on canvas; signed with cyrillic initials, and dated October 1989 in cyrillics along the top. Unframed., 45.3” x 37.4” — 115 x 95 cm.

Oil on canvas, signed with cyrillic initials and dated 88 lower right, signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1988 verso, 37” x 33.1” — 94 x 84 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed with cyrillic initials and dated 90 lower right, signed, titled and inscribed in cyrillics and dated 1990 verso. Unframed, 23.6” x 29.1” — 60 x 74 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed with cyrillic initials and dated 89 lower right, signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1989 verso. Unframed., 35.4” x 27.6” — 90 x 70 cm.

Literature: This work is reproduced in colour and accompanied by the artist’s biography in “Russische Kunstler Und Ihre Werke Eine Ausstellung Der Stadt Neu-Ulm Und Der L.A.B. Moskau”, p. 26, Cat. No. 10.1

$500—700

Literature: For a biography and other examples by the artist see “Russische Kunstler Und Ihre Werke Eine Ausstellung Der Stadt Neu-Ulm Und Der L.A.B. Moskau”, pgs. 26 - 27

Literature: This work is reproduced in colour and accompanied by the artist’s biography in “Russische Kunstler Und Ihre Werke Eine Ausstellung Der Stadt Neu-Ulm Und Der L.A.B. Moskau”, p. 27, Cat. No. 10.2 $800—1,200

$800—1,200 $800—1,200

101 IGOR ANATOLJEWITSCH TSCHEPIKOW (1963- ) MUSIK GEMEINSAM (MUSIC TOGETHER), 1988 Tempera on canvas; signed and titled in cyrillics and dated “5.X.88” lower right, signed, titled and dated 1988 at Moscow verso , numbered #28 to gallery label accompanying the lot, 55.1” x 70.9” — 140 x 180 cm. Provenance: Astrid Jaeger, Gerlenhofen $1,200—1,800

102 IGOR ANATOLJEWITSCH TSCHEPIKOW (TCHEPIKOV) (1963- ) DAS GANZE UND SEINE TEILE (THE WHOLE AND ITS PARTS), 1988

103 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) INDIAN PRINCESS

104 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) CLEO

Oil on canvas; signed lower right, numbered N.27 verso. Unframed., 40” x 31” — 101.6 x 78.7 cm.

Tempera on canvas; signed in cyrillics and dated “19.IX.88” lower right, signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1988 at Moscow verso, 47.2” x 66.9” — 120 x 170 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed lower right, titled and numbered N.28 verso. Unframed., 40” x 33” — 101.6 x 83.8 cm.

Provenance: Same as previous lot

Literature: This work is illustrated in colour in “Russische Kunstler Und Ihre Werke Eine Ausstellung Der Stadt Neu-Ulm Und Der L.A.B. Moskau”, p. 25, Cat. No. 9.1 $1,200—1,800

Provenance: Same as previous lot

$4,000—6,000 $4,000—6,000


105 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) DARK HAIRED WOMAN IN GREEN DRESS Oil on masonite; signed lower right, numbered N.6 verso. Unframed., 48” x 32” — 121.9 x 81.3 cm. $4,000—6,000

106 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) RED MASQUE

107 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) RECLINING NUDE WITH BLONDE HAIR

108 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) RECLINING DARK HAIRED NUDE

Oil on canvas; signed lower right, numbered N. 25 verso. Unframed., 32” x 39” — 81.3 x 99.1 cm.

Oil on canvas; signed lower right, numbered No. 34 verso. Unframed., 24.25” x 49” — 61.6 x 124.5 cm.

Provenance: Same as previous lot

Provenance: Same as previous lot

$4,000—6,000

$4,000—6,000

Provenance: The artist’s studio, Toronto; Estate of the artist to his wife, Toronto; From whom acquired by the present Private Collection, Toronto who resided at the same address: 895 O’Connor Drive, Toronto in 1990

Oil on masonite; signed lower right, titled and numbered N.18 verso. Unframed., 48” x 32” — 121.9 x 81.3 cm.

$4,000—6,000

109 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS Oil on masonite; signed lower right, 27” x 21” — 68.6 x 53.3 cm. Provenance: With Michelson’s, Washington, D.C.; Private Collection, Cobourg, Ontario $3,000—5,000

110 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS Oil on masonite; signed lower right, numbered No. 23 verso, 42.5” x 28” — 108 x 71.1 cm. Provenance: The artist’s studio, Toronto; Estate of the artist to his wife, Toronto; From whom acquired by the present Private Collection, Toronto who resided at the same address: 895 O’Connor Drive, Toronto in 1990 $3,000—5,000

111 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) WOMAN IN BLUE Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1949 lower right, numbered N.26 verso. Unframed., 40” x 33” — 101.6 x 83.8 cm. Provenance: Same as previous lot

112 JANIS FERDINANDS TIDEMANIS (1897-1964) BANJANA (GIRL IN A PINSTRIPED DRESS) Oil on canvas; signed lower right, titled and numbered N.35 verso. Unframed., 39” x 32” — 99.1 x 81.3 cm. Provenance: Same as previous lot

$2,000—3,000 $2,000—3,000


113 LEONID ANISMOVICH TKATCHENKO (1927-) A CONCERT FOR TWO PIANOS, 1981 Oil on canvas; signed with cyrillic initials and dated 81 lower left, signed and titled in cyrillics and dated 1981 verso, 32.5” x 29.25” — 82.6 x 74.3 cm. Provenance: Plank-Liddard Fine Art, London $3,000—5,000

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Russian Paintings & Decorative Arts Online Auction | Oct. 27 - 30, 2014  

Russian Paintings & Decorative Arts Online Auction | Oct. 27 - 30, 2014