Russian

Benjamin Patersson (Varberg, Sweden 1748 - St. Petersburg 1815) The Kamenny Island Palace as seen from Aptekarskii Island gouache on paper
20.5 × 29.5 cm (8 x 11⅝ 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)
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’
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)
Auguste Ricard De Montferrand (Chaillot, France 1786 - St. Petersburg 1858) St. Isaac’s Cathedral under Construction gouache on paper
21 x 27.5 cm (8¼x 10¾ 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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1788 - 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 1788 - 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)
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 Nikolaevich Filippov ( 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)
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)
School Neapolitan A View of the Neva River, St. Petersburg gouache on paper
22 x 35.5 cm (8½ x 14 in)
School Neapolitan A View of Elagin Island Palace gouache on paper
22.5 x 32 cm (8¾ x 11¾ in)
School Russian The Assassination of Alexander II gouache on paper
101.5 x 135 cm (40 x 53⅛ 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)