MacDougall Auctions 8 June 2009

8 Jun 2009

21 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF VLADIMIR
RUSSIAN, XIX CENTURY
4,000-6,000 pounds
* 22 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF KIEVO-PECHERSKAYA LAVRA (OF THE KIEVAN CAVES MONASTERY)
CENTRAL RUSSIA, FIRST HALF OF THE XVII CENTURY
15,000-20,000 pounds
23 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF THE BURNING BUSH
CENTRAL RUSSIA, MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
2,000-3,000 pounds
* 24 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF THE SIGN
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW?), SECOND HALF OF THE XVIII CENTURY
20,000-25,000 pounds
* 25 . THE POKROV
RUSSIAN (MSTERA), FIRST HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
2,500-3,000 pounds pounds
26 . CHRIST THE SAVIOUR
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK OF T. TELOGREEV (1824–54), NIZHNI NOVGOROD, 1830
15,000-20,000 pounds
* 27 . THE MOTHER OF GOD AND CHRIST WITH A SILVER-GILT OKLAD, SET IN A CARVED AND GILDED WOODEN FRAME
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK iSh IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1849
800-1,000 pounds pounds
28 . CHRIST PANTOKRATOR WITH A SILVER AND ENAMEL OKLAD
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK SG IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1908-1917
4,000-6,000 pounds
29 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF VLADIMIR
RUSSIAN, MOSCOW, 1882
5,000-7,000 pounds
30 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF SMOLENSK
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK A.Ch. IN CYRILLIC, SARATOV, 1848
9,000-13,000 pounds
* 31 . ST. NICHOLAS FLANKED BY FOUR FAMILY PATRONS WITH A SILVER-GILT AND ENAMEL OKLAD
RUSSIAN, LAST QUARTER OF THE XIX CENTURY, MAKER’S MARK OF N. ALEKSEEV IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW
15,000-18,000 pounds
32 . THE OLD TESTAMENT TRINITY
RUSSIAN (SUZDAL), SECOND HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
15,000-20,000 pounds
* 33 . CHRIST PREACHING IN THE TEMPLE — THE FEAST OF THE MID-PENTECOST
RUSSIAN (MSTERA), CIRCA 1800
3,000-4,000 pounds
34 . THE OLD TESTAMENT PATRIARCH JOB
NORTHERN RUSSIA, LATE XVII CENTURY
60,000-80,000 pounds
* 35 . A PRIVATE ICON WITH A DEISIS IN THE CENTRE, SURROUNDED BY IMAGES OF THE MOTHER OF GOD AND SAINTS TO WHICH ONE CAN PRAY ON CERTAIN OCCASIONS
RUSSIAN (NEVYANSK), MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
10,000-15,000 pounds
36 . A VITA ICON OF ST. JULITA AND HER SON ST. KIRIKOS
RUSSIAN (OLD BELIEVERS’ WORKSHOP, KHOLUI OR MSTERA), FIRST HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
8,000-12,000 pounds
* 37 . A VITA ICON OF ST. NICHOLAS
CENTRAL RUSSIA (SUZDAL OR MSTERA), SECOND HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
7,000-9,000 pounds
* 38 . THE VICTORIOUS ST. GEORGE WITH FOUR FAMILY PATRONS
RUSSIAN (URAL?), MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
8,000-10,000 pounds
* 39 . A LARGE ICON OF ST. NICHOLAS OF MOZHAISK
CENTRAL RUSSIA, SECOND HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
3,500-4,500 pounds
* 40 . A CIRCULAR ICON PORTRAYING THE RAISING OF LAZARUS
RUSSIAN (PALEKH), XIX CENTURY
1,500-2,000 pounds