VIEWS OF RUSSIA & RUSSIAN WORKS ON PAPER
 
 
Benjamin Patersson (Varberg, Sweden c.1748 - St. Petersburg 1815)

Catherine the Great Visiting the Ice Mountain, St. Petersburg

signed, inscribed and dated 'Benj:Patersson pinxit 1788' (lower right)
grey ink and watercolour, heightened with gouache on paper
46 x 69.5 cm (18⅛ x 27⅜ in)

   

 

 
Joseph Josefovich Charlemagne (St. Petersburg 1824 - St. Petersburg 1870)

Ice Fair on the Neva River, St. Petersburg

signed and dated ‘Josef CHARLEMAGNE 1860’ (lower right)
gouache and paper
29.5 x 40 cm (11½ x 15⅝ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, c.1850

The Building of St. Isaac’s Cathedral, St. Petersburg with the Admiralty in the Distance

gouache on paper
21 x 27.5 cm (8¼x 10¾ in)

   

 

 
Alfred Gomersal Vickers (London 1810 - Pentonville, Alabama 1837)

The Cathedral of Prince St. Vladimir

inscribed 'Church of St. Nicholas of The Bath and part of the port line bridge. Petersburg' (on the reverse)
watercolour heightened with white and gum arabic, on paper
24.5 x 37.5 cm (9¾ x 14¾ in)

   

 

 
Nikolaj Leontjewitsch Benois (St. Petersburg 1813 - St. Petersburg 1898)

Hospice de St. Olga, St. Petersburg

indistinctly signed, variously inscribed in Cyrillic and indistinctly dated '28... 1848' (lower right)
pencil and watercolour on paper
15 x 24.5 cm (6 x 9¾ in)

   

 

 
Nikita Ivanovich Martos (St. Petersburg 1787 - Paris 1813)

View of the St. Petersburg Stock Exchange

bears the inscription ‘Par Martos, Architecte de sa Majesté l’Empereur de toutes les Russiea’
and titled ‘Vue du Pallais de la Bourse de St. Petersburg’ (on the mount)
watercolour on paper
20.3 x 41.3 cm (8 x 16¼ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

View of the Stock Exchange, St. Petersburg & View of the Dutch Church, St. Petersburg

one indistinctly inscribed and with the inscription 'vue la Bourse de Petersbourg'
pencil and watercolour on paper, with pen and black ink framing lines; pen and grey wash on paper
14.4 x 17.3 cm (5⅝ x 6¾ in); 10.5 x 20.5 cm (4¼ x 8⅛ in) (2)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

Three Views of St. Petersburg: Gatchina Palace; The Stock Exchange; Senate Square with the Neva beyond

gouache on paper
two 28.8 x 42.2 cm (11⅜ x 16⅝ in); one 24.1 x 36.8 cm (9½ x14½ in) (3)

   

 

 
Neapolitan School, Nineteenth Century

A View of the Neva River, St. Petersburg

gouache on paper
22 x 35.5 cm (8½ x 14 in)

   

 

 
Neapolitan School, Nineteenth Century

A View of Elagin Island Palace

gouache on paper
22.5 x 32 cm (8¾ x 11¾ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

La Bourse, St. Petersburg

signed with initials, inscribed and dated 'La Bourse. Petersburg/W.M.[?] June 3rd 1823' (lower left)
pencil and watercolour
19.1 x 29.3 cm (7½ x 11½ in)

   

 

 
After Benjamin Patersson (Varberg, Sweden 1748 - St. Petersburg 1815)

View of Kamenny Island with the Palace of Alexander I and Count Stroganoff's Dacha

gouache on paper
20.5 × 29.5 cm (8 x 11⅝ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

The Assassination of Alexander II

gouache on paper
101.5 x 135 cm (40 x 53⅛ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

The Red Square, Moscow

oil on canvas
71 x 92 cm (27.9 x 36.2 in)

   

 

 
Mikhail Mikailovich Popov (Russian, b.1860)

The Kutafia and Troitskaia Towers, the Moscow Kremlin & Sleigh Ride through Village

both signed in Cyrillic (lower left)
pencil and watercolour, one with gum arabic, on paper
16.5 x 24 cm (6½ x 9⅝ in); 12.7 x 17.7 cm (5 x 7 in) (2)

   

 

 
Joseph Andreas Weiss(Freising 1814 - Munich 1887)

The Church of the Dormition of the Theotokos

signed, inscribed and dated ‘Jos Andreas/Weiss St Petersburg/1845’ (on the reverse)
watercolour on paper
29.2 x 40 cm (11½ x 15¾ in)

   

 

 
Henry Charles Brewer (British 1866 - 1950)

The Cathedral of the Dormition, Moscow

signed 'Henry C Brewer R.I.' (lower left)
watercolour on paper
32 x 45 cm (12½ x 17¾ in)

   

 

 
English School, Nineteenth Century

The Trinity Gate, Moscow & The Kremlin from the Moskvoretsky Bridge

watercolour on paper, a pair
each 26.5 x 20 cm (10½ x 7¾ in) (2)

   

 

 
Sokrat Maksimovich Vorobiev (St. Petersburg 1817 - Turmont Kovno Province, Lithuania 1888)

View of the Entrance to the Andronikov Monastery, Moscow

watercolour and pencil on paper
37.2 x 54 cm (14⅝ x 21¼ in)


   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

Two Views of the Kremlin

pencil and sepia wash
each 15.2 x 10.7 cm (6 x 4¼ in) (2)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

Novodevichy Convent in Spring

signed in Cyrillic and dated '92' (lower right)
pen, ink and watercolour
17.7 x 24.2 cm (7 x 9½ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Twentieth Century

The All-Russian Exhibition centre, Moscow

oil on canvas
69.5 x 59.5 cm (27¼ x 23½ in)

   

 

 
Sokrat Maksimovich Vorobiev (St. Petersburg 1817 - Turmont Kovno Province, Lithuania 1888)

View of a Russian Provincial City

pencil and watercolour on paper
40.6 x 57.8 cm (16 x 22¾ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

Kolomenskoye

sepia wash on paper
10.5 x 16.5 cm (4⅛ x 6½ in)

   

 

 
Emile Samoilovich Villiers de l'Isle Adam (Russian 1843 - 1889)

View of the Ayu Dag

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘75’ (lower right)
watercolour on paper
27.5 x 39.5 cm (10¾ x 15½ in)

   

 

 
Kiriak Konstantinovich Kostandi (Dofinovka 1852 - Odessa 1921)

Moonlight

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
gouache on paper
21 x 29 cm (8¼ x 11⅜ in)

   

 

 
Carlo Bossoli (Davesco 1815 - Turin 1884)

Coste della Crimée, c.1842

with Travellers in a Mountainous Landscape (verso)
watercolour
21.5 x 27 cm (8½ x 10⅝ in)

   

 

 
Lev Felixovich Lagorio (Feodosija 1827 - St. Petersburg 1905)

Sailing Ships on the Black Sea at Trabzon

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1885’ (lower right)
wash heightened with white
23 x 33.5 cm (9 x 13¼ in)

   

 

 
Lev Felixovich Lagorio (Feodosija 1827 - St. Petersburg 1905)

Boats by the Shore

signed in Cyrillic (lower left), inscribed in Cyrillic and dated ‘Sudak 1903’ (lower right)
watercolour on paper
23 x 30 cm (9 x 11⅞ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, c.1840

View of Simbirsk

inscribed on the mount
watercolour on paper
20 x 36 cm (8 x 14¼ in)

   

 

 
Ivan Vasilev (Russian, Nineteenth Century)

The Conflagration

signed in Cyrillic (lower left) and dated ‘September 1836’ (lower right)
watercolour on paper
20 x 33 cm (7⅞ x 13 in)

   

 

 
Konstantin Karlsonn (1854-1939)

A View of Tallinn from Nõmme

signed ‘Konsti Karlsonn’ and inscribed 'Nõmme' (lower left)
oil on canvas laid on board
21 x 33.5 cm (8½ x 13 in)

   

 

 
A. Boitmann (Latvian, Nineteenth Century)

View of Riga

signed ‘A. Boitmann/1891’ (lower right)
oil on canvas
61 x 110 cm (24 x 43 in)

   

 

 
Petr Petrovich Vereschagin (Perm 1834 - St. Petersburg 1886)

St. Olav’s Church, Reval (Tallinn), Estonia

signed twice in Cyrillic and dated ‘1864’ (lower right), further inscribed in Cyrillic ‘Reval’ (lower left)
oil on canvas
27 x 36 cm (10 x 14 in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

View of Reval

brown wash on paper
11 x 16.5 cm (4⅜ x 6½ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

View of the Pechersk Lavra, Kiev

titled in Cyrillic; further inscribed 'La Ville de Kieff' (on the mount)
watercolour and ink over pencil on paper
20.2 x 29.4 cm (8 x 11½ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

The Port of Archangel in Winter

watercolour and gouache on paper
20.3 x 52.7 cm (8 x 20¾ in)

   

 

 
Attributed to Andrey Yefimovich Martynov (St. Petersburg 1768 - Rome 1826)

The Port of Nikola at the Mouth of the River Angara & View of Irkutsk

both inscribed 'Haupt' (lower right) in ink and further inscribed with descriptions of views
watercolour and ink on paper, a pair
both 27 x 37 cm (10 x 14 in) (2)

   

 

 
George Albert Frost (Boston, Massachusetts 1843 - Cambridge, Massachusetts 1907)

Six Scenes from Siberian Villages

the first bears the inscription ‘Deep Snow - Russian Village near Tomsk’ (lower left) and a collector’s mark ‘XII/no 10’ lower right;
the second bears the inscription ‘Steppe Village near Tomsk’ (lower left);
the third bears the inscription ‘View in Tomsk’ (lower left) and a collector’s mark ‘6”a/no 15’ (lower right);
the fourth bears the inscription ‘Tartar Street Cemapolatinsk’;
the fifth bears the inscription ‘street in Minusinsk’
pencil on paper
the largest 25.5 cm x 36.2 cm (10 x 14¼ in); the smallest 20.8 x 34.8 cm (8⅛ x 13¾) (6)

   

 

 
Pyotr Petrovich Sokolov (St. Petersburg 1821 - St. Petersburg 1899)

A Provincial Churchyard

signed with initials and dated ‘1841’ (lower right)
pencil and wash on paper
24 x 34 cm (9½ x 13½ in)

   

 

 
A. Bom (Russian, 20th Century)

A Crucession

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1924’ (lower right)
ink and watercolour on paper
35.5 x 76 cm (14 x 30 in)

SOLD

   

 

 
Valentin Augustowitsch Feldmann (Russian 1864 - 1928)

Two Boys Fishing

signed in Cyrillic (lower left), indistinctly inscribed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1st October 1896’ (lower right)
watercolour on paper
37 x 24 cm (14½ x 9½ in)

   

 

 
Mikhail Pelopidovich Lattry (Odessa, Ukraine 1875 - Paris 1941)

Harbour Scene

signed ‘M Lattry’ (lower right)
pencil, watercolour and gouache on paper
30 x 36 cm (11¾ x 14⅛ in)

   

 

 
Konstantin Ivanovich Gorbatov (Stavropol 1876 - Berlin 1945)

View of a Russian Village in Winter

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
pencil, watercolour and wash on paper
25.5 x 38.5 cm (10 x 15⅛ in)

   

 

 
Jean-Baptiste Le Prince (Metz 1734 - Saint-Denis-du-Port 1781)

Le Cabaret de Moskou

pen and black ink with gray wash on paper
19 x 23.5 cm (7½ x 9¼ in)

   

 

 
Jean-Baptiste Le Prince (Metz 1734 - Saint-Denis-du-Port 1781)

A Russian Fête Champêtre

pen and black ink and grey wash, over traces of black chalk, on paper
oval; 38 x 33.5 cm (15 x 13⅛ in)

   

 

 
Jean-Baptiste Le Prince (Metz 1734 - Saint-Denis-du-Port 1781)

A Shepherd Resting, Two Figures Behind

black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash, on paper
16.8 x 14 cm (6⅝ x 5½ in)

   

 

 
Jean-Baptiste Le Prince (Metz 1734 - Saint-Denis-du-Port 1781)

Study of Heads

titled and inscribed on a label on the reverse
red chalk and pencil on paper laid on board
21.8 x 12.3 cm (8⅝ x 5 in)

   

 

 
Il'ya Yefimovich Repin (Chuguyev, Ukraine 1844 - Kuokalla 1930)

Portrait of Fedor Chaliapin

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘20th May’; bears a further date ‘1888’ (lower left);
further inscribed (verso) and with various collector’s marks (recto & verso)
pencil on paper laid on board
33.8 x 25.5 cm (13¼ x 10 in)

SOLD

   

 

 
Ilya Yefimovich Repin(Chuguyev, Ukraine 1844 - Kuokkala (modern Repino, near St. Petersburg) 1930)

Studies for Figures on the Nevsky Prospect in St. Petersburg

signed in Cyrillic (lower center);
authenticated in Russian ‘The drawing of Professor I.E. Repin “Nevskii Prospekt” Spb 1891 I verify, his daughter Vera I.L. Repina Kuokkala Penati 1937.’ (on reverse)
charcoal on paper
29.7 x 40.5 cm (11¼ by 16 in)

   

 

 
Ilya Yefimovich Repin(Chuguyev, Ukraine 1844 - Kuokkala (modern Repino, near St. Petersburg) 1930)

A Man with a Hat

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
pencil on paper
17 x 10 cm (6¾ x 3⅞ in)

   

 

 
Ilya Yefimovich Repin(Chuguyev, Ukraine 1844 - Kuokkala (modern Repino, near St. Petersburg) 1930)

Salome

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1893’ (lower right);
with a collector’s mark (upper right)
pencil on paper
28 x 20 cm (11 x 7⅞ in)

   

 

 
Ilya Yefimovich Repin(Chuguyev, Ukraine 1844 - Kuokkala (modern Repino, near St. Petersburg) 1930)

A Russian Wooden Church in a Graveyard

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘73’ (lower left)
pencil on card
20.4 x 22.5 cm (8 x 8⅞ in)

SOLD

   

 

 
Ilya Yefimovich Repin(Chuguyev, Ukraine 1844 - Kuokkala (modern Repino, near St. Petersburg) 1930)

View of Krasnoye Selo

signed with initials, and inscribed and dated in Cyrillic ‘1st August 76/ Krasnoe Selo’ (lower right)
pencil on paper
9.5 x 15 cm (3¾ x 5⅞ in)

   

 

 
Ilya Yefimovich Repin(Chuguyev, Ukraine 1844 - Kuokkala (modern Repino, near St. Petersburg) 1930)

Portrait of Sir George Buchanan, the British Ambassador

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1916’ (lower left);
with later inscription in Russian ‘Sir George Buchanan’ (lower left)
pencil and crayon on brown paper
47 x 30 cm (18½ x 11¾ in)

   

 

 
Ilya Yefimovich Repin(Chuguyev, Ukraine 1844 - Kuokkala (modern Repino, near St. Petersburg) 1930)

Study for 'Zaporozhian Cossacks Writing a Letter to the Turkish Sultan'

signed in Cyrillic and dated '1878' (lower centre), numbered 52 (lower right); further numbered 115 (on the reverse)
pencil and grey wash on paper
23.5 x 33.1 cm (9¼ x 13 in)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollman (Augsburg, Germany 1786 - Russia 1846)

Eight Scenes of Russian Life

one signed ‘Collman’ (lower right); one dated 1842 (lower right); one signed and dated ‘Collman/ 1842’ (lower left);
one dated 1846 (lower left); one signed and dated ‘Collman 1819’ (lower centre)
watercolour over pencil heightened with white on paper
each 6 x 8 cm (2½ x 3¼ in) (8)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1786 - Russia 1846)

A Russian County Fair & A Russian Baptism

one signed and dated ‘C. Kollmann St Petersbourg 1812.’ (lower right) and numbered 10;
the other signed ‘C.Kollmann. St Petersburg.’ (lower centre)
pencil and watercolour on paper
each 23.6 x 32 cm (9½ x 12⅝ in) (2)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1786 - Russia 1846)

A Russian Peasant Selling Fish & A Russian Peasant with a Sledge

one signed, inscribed and dated ‘C Kollmann. St Petersburg 1912.’ (lower left), and inscribed ‘Marchant de Poissons/18’ (lower centre);
the other signed, inscribed and dated ‘C Kollmann. St Petersburg .. 1812 St Petersburg’ (lower right), and inscribed ‘Kabitka des Invalides’ (lower centre)
pencil and watercolour on paper
each 23.6 x 32 cm (9½ x 12⅝ in) (2)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1786 - Russia 1846)

Two Roadside Scenes with Cart and Horse

one signed, inscribed and dated ‘C Kollman St. Petersburg 1812’ (lower left);
the other signed, inscribed and dated ‘C. Kollman 1812/ St. Petersburg’ (lower centre)
watercolour and ink
each 20 x 27cm (8 x 10½in) (2)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1786 - Russia 1846)

Two Roadside Scenes

one signed inscribed and dated ‘C. Kollmann fecit/ St Petersbourg 1812’ (lower centre); the other signed ‘C. Kollmann’ (lower left)
watercolour and ink on paper
each 20 x 28 cm (8 x 11 in) (2)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1786 - Russia 1846)

The Bread Seller & The Kvas Vendor

one signed and dated ‘Kollman 1839’ (lower left)
watercolour on paper laid down on board; watercolour heightened with white on paper
20 x 17.5 cm (7⅞ x 6⅞ in); 20 x 23 cm (7⅞ x 9 in) (2)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1786 - Russia 1846)

St. Petersburg Itinerants & Coachmen outside the Cathedral of the Mother of God of Kazan, St. Petersburg

one dated 1846 (lower left); the other signed and dated ‘C. Kollmann 1820’ (lower centre)
pencil and watercolour on paper
16 x 23.5 cm (6¼ x 9¼ in); 15 x 21 cm (6 x 8¼ in) (2)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1786 - Russia 1846)

Peasants on a Cliff Path & Peasants on a Sleigh

one dated 1838 (lower right); the other signed and dated ‘C. Kollmann/ 1846’ (lower left)
pencil and watercolour on paper
18.7 x 27.4 cm (7⅜ x 10¾ in); 26 x 22.5 cm (10¼ x 8⅞ in) (2)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1788 - Russia 1846)

Navvies Lunching; The Kvas Vendor; A Couple Giving Alms to a Beggar

two signed and dated ‘C. Kollmann 1842’ (one lower right, one lower centre)
pencil and watercolour on paper
21 x 31.4 cm (8¼ x 12¾ in); 17 x 23 cm (6¾ x 9 in); 12.5 x 17 cm (4⅞ x 6¾ in) (3)

   

 

 
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1788 - Russia 1846)

The Coachman; Navvies; The Old Soldiers

one signed and dated ‘Kollmann/ 1843’ (lower left); two signed and dated ‘Collman/ 1840’ (lower centre)
watercolour and ink, over pencil on paper
13 x 18.5 cm (5⅛ x 7¼ in); 18.2 x 23.5 cm (7⅛ x 9¼ in); 19 x 25.5 cm (7½ x 10 in) (3)

   

 

 
Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (Feodosija 1817 - Feodosija 1900)

A Strong Wind

signed and dated ‘Aivasovsky 1856’ (lower right)
pencil and gouache on paper
23 x 32.7 cm (9 x 12⅞ in)

Expertise: Grabar-Institutes Moscow, 22nd February 2005, No. 261-EK-149-05.

   

 

 
Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (Feodosija 1817 - Feodosija 1900)

Shipwreck

signed and dated ‘Aivasovsky 1856’ (lower right)
pencil and gouache on paper
23 x 32.7 cm (9 x 12⅞ in)

Expertise: Grabar-Institutes Moscow, 22nd February 2005, No. 261-EK-149-05.

   

 

 
Grigorij Ivanovich Kapustin (Ukranian 1865 - 1925)

A Russian Merchant Brig in Rough Seas

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
watercolour and bodycolour on paper
11.4 x 15.8 cm (4½ x 6¼ in)

   

 

 
Nicholas Matthews Condy (Plymouth 1816 - Plymouth 1851)

The Russian Corvette ‘Prince of Warsaw’, at Plymouth, the Grand Duke in the Admiral's Barge

signed 'N. Condy' and inscribed with title on separate strip of paper
sepia watercolour heightened with gouache
15 x 21.8 cm (6 x 8⅝ in)

   

 

 
Alexei Alekseevich Harlamoff (Saratov 1840 - Paris 1922)

Portrait of a Young Woman

signed ‘Harlamoff’ (lower left)
charcoal on paper
51 x 37 cm (20 x 14½ in)

   

 

 
Alexei Alekseevich Harlamoff (Saratov 1840 - Paris 1922)

A Young Girl in Traditional Costume

signed and dated ‘Harlamoff/1881’ (lower right)
black ink on paper
46 x 30 cm (18⅛ x 11¾ in)

   

 

 
Klavdi Vasilievich Lebedev (Moscow 1852 - Moscow 1916)

Resting Peasant

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1911’ (lower right)
watercolour on paper
34 x 27 cm (13½ x 11⅜ in)

   

 

 
Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov (Lop’jal near Vyatka 1848 - Moscow 1926)

Une Parisienne

signed in Cyrillic and dated 1875 (lower left) and inscribed and dated ‘Paris/75’ (lower right)
pencil on paper
30.5 x 22.8 cm (12 x 9 in)

   

 

 
Apollinary Mikhailovich Vasnetsov (Riabovo, Viatka 1856 - Moscow 1933)

Hunters on Horseback in a Pine Forest

signed in Cyrillic (lower left)
pencil and watercolour on paper
14 x 20.7 cm (5½ x 8⅛ in)

   

 

 
Vladimir Egorovich Makovsky (Moscow 1846 - St. Petersburg 1920)

A Ukrainian Peasant Girl

signed and indistinctly inscribed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1902/14 Aug/...’ (centre right)
pencil, charcoal and watercolour on paper laid on board
34.2 x 25.3 cm (13½ x 10 in)

   

 

 
Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky (Moscow 1839 - St. Petersburg 1915)

Portrait of an Arab

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
gouache on board
35.5 x 25.1 cm (14 x 9⅞ in)

   

 

 
Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky (Moscow 1839 - St. Petersburg 1915)

A Study for ‘A Street Scene in Cairo’

signed ‘C. Makowsky’ (lower right)
watercolour on paper
29.5 x 22 cm (11½ x 8¾ in)

   

 

 
Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky (Moscow 1839 - St. Petersburg 1915)

A Cairo Street Scene

signed ‘C. Makovsky’ (lower left)
watercolour on paper
35 x 49 cm (13 x 19 in)

   

 

 
Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky (Moscow 1839 - St. Petersburg 1915)

Unloading Boats on the Bosphorus

watercolour on paper laid down on board
17.2 x 23.2 cm (6¾ x 9⅛ in)

   

 

 
J Pavlikevitch (Russian, 20th Century)

Sunset on the Golden Horn, Istanbul

signed ‘JPavlikevitch’ (lower right)
pencil and watercolour on paper
17.8 x 21.9 cm (7 x 8⅝ in)

   

 

 
J. Pavlikevitch (Russian, 20th Century )

On the Bosphorus

signed and inscribed 'Istanbul/Pavlikevitch' (lower left)
watercolour over pencil on paper
16 x 22.5 cm (6¼ x 8⅞ in)

   

 

 
J Pavlikevitch (Russian, 20th Century )

Figures in the Courtyard of the Bayezid II Mosque

inscribed and signed 'Istanbul/ J Pavlikevitch' (lower left) and inscribed in French (lower right)
watercolour on paper
43.2 x 29.2 cm (17 x 11½ in)

   

 

 
J Pavlikevitch (Russian, 20th Century )

The Interior of a Mosque

inscribed, dated and signed 'Stanboul 919/Pavl...' (lower left)
watercolour over pencil on paper
43.5 x 27 cm (17 x 10½ in)

   

 

 
J. Pavlikevitch (Russian, 20th Century)

Constantinople Street Café

signed and inscribed 'Constantinople/Pavlikevitch' (lower right)
watercolour over pencil on paper
30 x 20 cm (11⅞ x 7⅞ in)

   

 

 
J. Pavlikevitch (Russian, 20th Century )

A Market Scene

inscribed, dated and signed 'Stanboul 14/Pavlikevitch' (lower left)
watercolour over pencil
43.5 x 27 cm (17 x 10½ in)

   

 

 
J. Pavlikevitch (Russian, 20th Century)

Street Vendors

inscribed, dated and signed 'Stanboul 919/Pavl...' (lower left)
watercolour over pencil
43.5 x 27 cm (17 x 10½ in)

   

 

 
Richard Karlovich Zommer (Munich 1866 - Russia 1939)

Praying Nomads

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
watercolour on paper laid down on board
30.5 x 85 cm (12 x 33⅜ in)

SOLD

   

 

 
William Simpson (Glasgow 1823 - London 1899)

Circassians at the Fort of Waia, 8th October 1855

inscribed 'Circassians at the Fort of Waia/ 8th Octr 1855' (lower left), signed and dated 'Wm Simpson/ 1858' (lower right)
pencil and watercolour on paper
25.4 x 42.6 cm (10 x 16¾ in)

   

 

 
William Simpson (Glasgow 1823 - London 1899)

Circassia. Tcherkess of the Soubash.

signed and dated ‘Wm. Simpson. 1875’ (lower right) and inscribed ‘Circassians’ (lower left), signed again ‘Wm. Simpson.’ and inscribed as titled on The Fine Art Gallery label (on the reverse)
pencil and watercolour heightened with white on paper
17.2 x 12 cm (6¾ x 4¾ in)

   

 

 
Lev Evgrafovich Dmitriev-Kavkazsky (Russian Caucasus 1849 - St. Petersburg 1916)

Bukharan Jews

signed, inscribed and dated in Cyrillic ‘3 February 1875’ (lower right)
pencil on coloured paper
33.7 x 22.5 cm (13¼ x 8⅞ in)

   

 

 
Aleksandr Evgen'evich Yakovlev (St. Petersburg 1887 - Paris 1938)

A Desert Fort

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
red chalk on paper
46.3 x 61.6 cm (18¼ x 24¼ in)

   

 

 
Aleksandr Evgen'evich Yakovlev (St. Petersburg 1887 - Paris 1938)

Portrait of a Kirghiz

inscribed, signed and dated 'Merghen/ Kirghiz/ Reyik Karane/ A Iacovlev/ 4 Sept. 1931' (lower right)
pastel and chalk on paper
52 x 36.5 cm (20½ x 14¼ in)

   

 

 
Sergey Osipovich Ovsyannikov (Russian, 1880 - 1937)

A House in North Africa

signed in Cyrillic (lower left)
watercolour on paper
21.5 x 27 cm (8½ x 10⅝ in)

   

 

 
Vasily Vasilyevich Vereshchagin (Cherepovets 1842 - Lüshun 1904)

A Study of the People of Central Asia

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
pencil and grey wash on paper
9.3 x 14.5 cm (3⅝ x 5¾ in)

   

 

 
Nikolai Konstantinovich Roerich (St. Petersburg, Russia 1874 - Nagar, India 1947)

Mongolian Landscape: Bure-yin-gol, Tsaidam

inscribed ‘N. Roerich’ ‘N.62 1928’ and ‘Mongolian Landscape by N. Roerich, .890’ by Louis Horch (on reverse)
gouache on cardboard
38 x 47cm (12¼ x 16 in)

   

 

 
Maksimilian Aleksandrovich Voloshin (Kiev 1877 - Koktebel 1932)

Koktebel

signed with monogram and dated '1928' (lower left)
with a dedication in Cyrillic: 'Dear Boris Ivanovich in memory of Koktebel/
according to some maps here used to be a town and port/ Maximilian Voloshin' (lower left)
pen and watercolour on paper laid on cardboard
26.2 x 34 cm (10¼ x 13¼ in)

   

 

 
Maksimilian Aleksandrovich Voloshin (Kiev 1877 - Koktebel 1932)

Koktebel at Dusk

with an indistinct dedication in Russian; signed in Cyrillic, inscribed and dated 'Koktebel'/1918' (lower right)
pencil, watercolour and ink on paper
26 x 34.7 cm (10¼ x 13½ in)

   

 

 
Sir Thomas Edward Gordon (Aberdeen 1832 - 1914)

Lake Victoria, Great Pamir, May 2nd, 1874

signed with initials ‘T.E.G.’ (lower left)
watercolour on paper
15.2 x 24.1 cm (6 x 9 ½ in)

   

 

 
Nikolai Nikolaevich Karazin (Kharkov 1842 - Gatchina 1908)

A Kirghiz Gathering

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘92’ (lower right)
pencil, watercolour and gouache with gum arabic, on paper laid on card
17.8 x 14 cm (7 x 5½ in)

   

 

 
Nikolai Nikolaevich Karazin (Kharkov 1842 - Gatchina 1908)

Cavalry in the 1812 Campaign

signed in Cyrillic (lower right) and dated ‘93’, further inscribed on reverse
pen and ink heightened with gouache on paper laid on card
31.25 x 22.75 cm (12¼ x 9 in)

   

 

 
Nikolai Nikolaevich Karazin (Kharkov 1842 - Gatchina 1908)

Horse Watering at the Edge of a Battlefield

signed in Cyrillic (lower left)
gouache on paper
29.3 x 45.8 cm (11½ x 18 in)

   

 

 
Nikolai Nikolaevich Karazin (Kharkov 1842 - Gatchina 1908)

Cossack on Horseback

signed and inscribed in Cyrillic and dated '28 [Oct ]1895' (lower right)
ink and wash on paper
28.5 x 38 cm (11¼ x 15 in)

   

 

 
Fedor Federovich Gorschelt (Munich 1829 - Munich 1871)

Barge Haulers

signed and dated ‘T. Gorschelt/1869’ (lower right)
pencil and watercolour on paper laid on paper
19 x 40.3 cm (7½ x 15⅞ in)

   

 

 
Adolphe Josefovich Charlemagne (St. Petersburg, 1826 - 1901)

The Road to Chernomor

signed in Cyrillic (lower right), variously inscribed in Cyrillic (near each figure)
watercolour and gouache on paper
17 x 21cm (6¾ x 8¼ in)

   

 

 
Pyotr Petrovich Sokolov (St. Petersburg 1821 - St. Petersburg 1899)

Hunting with Borzoi

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1890’ (lower right)
pen, brush and black ink and gouache on paper
45 x 63.5 cm (17¾ x 25 in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

A Rest on the Way

pen and watercolour on paper
11 x 16.5 cm (4¼ x 6½ in)

   

 

 
Nicholai Egorovich Sverchkov (St. Petersburg 1817 - 1898)

Winter Sleigh Ride

signed in Cyrillic, inscribed and dated ‘1859’ (lower left)
pencil and watercolour on paper
22 x 32.5 cm (8¾x 12¾ in)

   

 

 
Pavel Stepanovich Rozhankovsky (Russian, early 20th Century)

Winter Landscape

signed in Cyrillic and dated '1905' (lower right)
watercolour and gouache on paper
18.5 x 40.5 cm (7¼ x 16 in)

   

 

 
Bogdan Pavlovich Villevalde (Pavlovsk, Russia 1818 - Dresden, Germany 1903)

Cavalry Battle

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
pencil and watercolour on paper
oval 18 x 25 cm (7⅛ x 9⅞)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

A Singing Peasant

signed with Cyrillic initials, inscribed and dated ‘A.S?.1856./Roma’ (lower left);
further inscribed in Russian ‘Ah you and me./Ah me and you’ (upper left), the same phrase paraphrased in excised letters (lower right)
pencil and brown wash on paper
29.5 x 22.5 cm (11⅝ x 8⅞ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

A Courier on a Journey to Astrakan & A Russian Soldier Riding in a Droschke

one inscribed and dated ‘...courier on a Journey from Petersburg/ to Astrakan June 4th 1823’ and further inscribed (lower left);
the other inscribed ‘a Droshke’ (lower centre) and dated ‘St. Petersburg July 5th 1823’ (lower right)
watercolour and ink on paper
each 17 x 23.6 cm (6⅝ x 9¼ in) (2)

   

 

 
William McConnell (British, active 1850 - 1890)

An Officer in a Horse-Drawn Carriage, St. Petersburg

inscribed and dated ‘Petersburg/2 April 1875’ (lower left);
further inscribed and dated ‘22 april 1875/ St. Petersburg’ (lower right)
pencil, pen and black ink and watercolour on paper, heightened with white
12.6 x 21 cm (5 x 8¼ in)

   

 

 
Nikolai Tarasievich Malyshev (St. Petersburg b.1851)

Scenes of Peasant Life

signed 'N. Malischeff' (lower left)
with a watercolour study (verso)
ink and gouache on paper
50 x 36 cm (19¾ x 14 in)

   

 

 
Vasili Fedorovich Timm(Riga 1820 - Berlin 1895)

The Couple

signed in Cyrillic and dated 1843 (lower left)
pencil and watercolour on paper
20.5 x 16 cm (8 x 6¼ in)

   

 

 
Dominik Ernestovich Gagen (Russian 1810 - 1876)

Scenes from Russian Life

signed in Cyrillic and dated 1838-43 (lower left and lower right variously)
pencil, black ink and wash on paper
largest 34 x 41.6 cm (13⅜ x 16½ in); smallest 23.9 x 28.4 cm (9⅜ x 11¼ in) (8)

   

 

 
Georg Emmanuel Opitz (Prague 1775 - Leipzig 1841)

Tending to the Horses

indistinctly signed and inscribed 'Opitz....' (lower centre, on the crate)
watercolour over pencil on paper
24 x 28.5 cm (9½ x 11¼ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, c.1870

A Settlement on the Banks of a River

watercolour on paper
34 x 49 cm (13⅜ x 19¼ in)

   

 

 
Mstislav Valerianovich Dobuzhinsky (Novgorod 1875 - New York 1957)

A View of Šaukėnai, Lithuania

signed, inscribed and indistinctly dated 'MDobuzhinsky / 3* / Saukenai' (lower right)
pencil on paper
23 x 28 cm (9 x 11 in)

   

 

 
Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin (Elabuga 1832 - St. Petersburg 1898)

Edge of a Pine Forest

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1884’ (lower right)
graphite and charcoal on paper
32.5 x 46.5 cm (12¾ x 18¼ in)

   

 

 
Henryk Siemiradzki (Pechenegi, Ukraine 1843 - Krakow, Poland 1902)

The Rape of the Sabine Women

signed in Cyrillic (lower right) and dated '27 August 1867' (lower right)
pen and ink heightened with bodycolour over pencil on paper
54 x 76 cm (21½ x 30 in)

   

 

 
Vasili Ivanovich Surikov (Krasnoyarsk, Siberia 1848 - Moscow 1916)

The Storm

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
graphite, pen, ink and wash heightened with white, on paper
13 x 19.7 cm (5¼ x 7¾ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

Peasants Venerating an Icon at a Roadside Shrine

signed indistinctly (lower right)
pencil, charcoal and gouache on coloured paper
48.3 x 76.3 cm (19 x 30 in)

SOLD

   

 

 
Alexander Osipovich Orlovsky (Warsaw 1777 - St. Petersburg 1832)

Six Roundels Depicting Horsemen

five signed with monogram: four dated ‘1815’; one dated ‘1816’
pencil and gouache with gum arabic on paper
each 9.8 cm (3⅞ in) diameter (6)
mounted as one, in folder bound in red morocco leather with a plaque engraved ‘à Michel Lanskoy’

   

 

 
Ivan Petrovich Prianishnikov (Russian, 1841 - 1909)

Soldiers Returning Home

signed in Cyrillic (lower left) and ‘IPrianishnikov’ (lower right)
watercolour over pencil heightened with white on paper
15.5 x 27 cm (6¼ x 10½ in)

   

 

 
Ivan Petrovich Prianishnikov (Russian, 1841 - 1909)

Resting Troops

signed in Cyrillic (lower left)
pencil and watercolour, heightened with white, on buff paper
14.6 x 27 cm (5¾ x 10 in)

   

 

 
Johann Georg Paul Fischer (Hanover 1786 - London 1875)

The Grand Duke Constantine’s Regiment of Cuirassiers of the Imperial Russian Army in 1806

signed and dated ‘Johann Paul Fischer fit 1815’ (lower left); dated 1815 (on the reverse);
the mount inscribed with title and dated 1806
watercolour over pencil on paper, with pen and ink
20.5 x 29 cm (8 x 11½ in)

   

 

 
Johann Georg Paul Fischer (Hanover 1786 - London 1875)

Russian Uralsk & Don Cossacks on the Attack

signed, inscribed and dated ‘J. Paul Fischer fit. /London 1814’ (lower left);
further inscribed with title and dated 1806, on the original wash-line mount
pen, grey ink and watercolour over pencil on paper, heightened with touches of bodycolour
20.5 x 29 cm (8 x 11½ in)

   

 

 
Konstantin Nikolaevich Filippov (1830 - Yalta, Crimea 1878)

Imperial Convoy

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
watercolour on paper
23 x 47.5 cm (9 x 18¾ in)

   

 

 
Konstantin Nikolaevich Filipov (1830 - Yalta, Crimea 1878)

Travellers in a Caucasian Landscape

signed ‘C. Philippoff.’ (lower right)
pencil and watercolour on paper
21.6 x 30.5 cm (8½ x 12 in)

   

 

 
Pyotr Petrovich Sokolov (St. Petersburg 1821 - St. Petersburg 1899)

Tales of the War

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1859’ (lower right)
watercolour on paper
16 x 21 cm (6¼ x 8½ in)

   

 

 
Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Vilno 1869 - St Petersburg 1942)

A Russian Cavalry Officer (recto) and Other Sketches of Various Characters (verso)

signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
pen and ink on paper
28.5 x 38.8 cm (11¼ x 15¼ in)

   

 

 
Sir John Crampton (Dublin 1805 - Bray 1886)

Two Cossacks on Guard & Study of a Log Sleigh

one inscribed 'St. Petersburg, Feb, 1830' (upper right)
watercolour with pencil on paper
12.5 x 9.5 cm (5 x 3¾ in); 8.5 x 15 cm (3⅜ x 5⅞ in) (2)

   

 

 
Otto Gerlach (Leipzig 1862 - Teheran 1908)

Tatar Troops Swearing Allegiance to the Tsar Before the Regiment Banner

signed ‘O. Gerlach’ (lower left)
watercolour and gouache on paper
31 x 46.5 cm (12¼ x 18⅓ in)

   

 

 
Sir William Russell Flint, R.A., P.R.W.S. (Edinburgh 1880 - London 1969)

Tried for his Life

signed and dated 'W/ RUSSELL/ FLINT/ 1904' (lower right)
watercolour heightened with gouache
46.5 x 72 cm (18¼ x 28¼ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, c.1820

Encore un Pourceaugnac

titled and inscribed on mount ‘Encore un Pourceaugnac/
Je suis un de ces pauvres provinciaux sur le compte du quel on cherche toujours à se divertir’
watercolour and bodycolour on paper, laid down on board
20 x 26.3 cm (7⅞ x 10⅜ in)

   

 

 
Russian School, Nineteenth Century

The Garden Party

with partially effaced inscription in Cyrillic (on the reverse)
watercolour on paper
19.5 x 24 cm (7¾ x 9½ in)

   

 

 
Luigi Ossipovich Premazzi (Milan 1814 - Istanbul 1891)

Afternoon Pursuits of a Lady

signed and dated 'L. Premazzi 1846' (lower left);
signed, inscribed and dated on the mount 'L. Premazzi Milanesi, a St Pietroburgo 1846'
watercolour over pencil on paper
16 x 24 cm (6 x 9 in)

   

 

 
Karl Pavlovich Bryullov (St. Petersburg 1799 - Marciano 1852)

Greek Lying on a Rock & Study of a Head

one signed with monogram (upper right)
ink on paper; pencil on paper
21.7 x 26 cm (8⅝ x 10¼ in); 25.3 x 20.3 cm (10 x 8 in)(2)

   

 

 
Alexei Petrovich Bogoliubov (Pomeranie, Novgorod 1824 - Paris 1896)

Hougoumont Farm, Waterloo & Outside Hougoumont Farm

one signed and dated ‘A. Bogoliubov/1870’ (lower right) and inscribed ‘Waterloo fer de Goumont’ (lower left);
the other inscribed ‘F. Goumont.’ (lower left), signed in Cyrillic (lower right)
black and white chalk on paper; gouache and watercolour on paper
56 x 71.5 cm (22⅛ x 28⅛ in); 39 x 50.5 cm (15⅜ x 19⅞ in) (2)

   

 

 
Zinaida Evgenievna Serebriakova (Neskuchnoye estate, Kursk 1884 - Paris 1967)

Working in Soil in the Apple Orchard

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1908’ (lower right)
gouache over pencil on paper
33 x 54 cm (13 x 21¼ in)

   

 

 
Stepan Feodorovich Kolesnikov (Adrianopol 1879 - Belgrade 1955)

In the Fields

signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘S. Kolesnikov 1919/I/10’ (lower left)
gouache on board
14.2 x 27.9 cm (5⅝ x 11 in)

   

 

 
Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev (Moscow 1886 - Cagnes-sur-Mer, France 1939)

Two Views of Chile

both signed 'Boris Grigoriev' (one lower right, the other lower left)
gouache and ink on card
37.5 x 50.5 cm (14¾ x 20 in); 34.5 x 50.5 cm (13½ x 20 in) (2)

   

 

 
Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev (Moscow 1886 - Cagnes-sur-Mer, France 1939)

The Andes, Chile

signed 'Boris Grigoriev' (lower right)
pencil, watercolour and gouache on paper
34.3 x 50.3 cm (13½ x 19¾ in)

   

 

 
Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev (Moscow 1886 - Cagnes-sur-Mer, France 1939)

Cattle at Rest

signed ‘Boris Grigoriev’ (lower left)
gouache on paper
40 x 55.5 cm (15¾ x 21¾ in)

   

 

 
Philip Andreyevich Maliavin (Kazanki, Samara province 1869 - Nice, France 1940)

Reclining Nude

signed ‘Ph Maliavin’ (lower left)
pastel on paper
48.8 x 63.5 cm (19¼ x 25 in)

   

 

 
Philip Andreyevich Maliavin (Kazanki, Samara province 1869 - Nice, France 1940)

A Peasant Girl in a Colourful Shawl

signed with initials (lower left); signed ‘PhMaliavin’ (lower right)
pencil and coloured crayons on paper
35 x 25 cm (13¾ x 9⅞ in)

   

 

 
Philip Andreyevich Maliavin (Kazanki, Samara province 1869 - Nice, France 1940)

Head and Torso of a Woman in Russian Dress

signed ‘PhMaliavin’ (centre right)
pencil and coloured chalk on paper
46 x 32.4 cm (18 x 12¾ in)

   

 

 
Philip Andreyevich Maliavin (Kazanki, Samara province 1869 - Nice, France 1940)

Head and Torso of a Woman in a Kerchief

signed ‘PhMaliavian’ (centre right)
pencil and black chalk, with touches of red and blue chalk, on paper
44.4 x 32 cm (17½ x 12⅝ in)

   

 

 
Paul Mak (St. Petersburg 1891 - Brussels 1967)

Portrait of a Woman

signed, inscribed and dated ‘Paul Mak/1948/Bruxelles’ (upper right)
pencil, ink and coloured crayon on paper
43 x 37 cm (16⅞ x 14⅛ in)

   

 

 
Nadia Benois (St. Petersburg 1896 - Gloucestershire 1975)

St. Paul du Var

signed 'NBenois' (lower right)
further inscribed on original, Arthur Tooth & Sons label on the reverse
pen and ink wash on paper
39 x 60 cm (15½ x 23¾ in)

SOLD

   

 

 
Maria Marevna (Cheboksary, Department of Kazan 1892 - London 1984)

Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter, Marika (Rivera), aged 23, with a Lover

signed and dated ‘42/Marevna’ (lower left)
pencil, pen, black ink, watercolour and gouache on paper
63.5 x 48.2 cm (25 x 19 in)

   

 

 
Natalia Sergeevna Goncharova (Ladizkino, near Tula 1881 - Paris 1962)

Stage Design for 'The Firebird’, Act II

signed and inscribed 'Oiseau de Feu/ décors II tableau/ N. Goncharova' (lower right)
watercolour over pencil on paper, with gouache and gold paint
69 x 29.5cm (27 x 11¾in)