Russian

Benjamin Patersson (Varberg, Sweden 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)
School English 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)
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)
Henryk Siemiradzki (Pečenegi, Ukraine 1843 - Strzalkowo, 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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
Karl Ivanovich Kollmann (Augsburg, Germany 1788 - 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) 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 1788 - 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)
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)
Nicholai Egorovich Sverchkov (St. Petersburg 1817 - Tsarskoye Selo 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)
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)
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)
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) 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)
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)
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)
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)