MacDougall Auctions 8 June 2009

8 Jun 2009

* 81 . ST. BARBARA IN PRAYER TO CHRIST WITH A SILVER-GILT OKLAD AND CUT-OUT HALOES WITH LACED RIMS
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK OF DMITRY ORLOV IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1864
5,000-7,000 pounds
82 . ST. ANNA KASHINSKAYA WITH A SILVER-GILT OKLAD
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK OF ALEXANDER GOLOVIN IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1882
1,800-2,400 pounds
* 83 . THE ANGEL OF THE LORD DELIVERING ST. PETER FROM PRISON WITH A SILVER-GILT OKLAD
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK L.M IN CYRILLIC, ST. PETERSBURG, 1857
20,000-25,000 pounds
* 84 . THE MONASTIC STS. ZOSIMA AND SAVATII, FOUNDERS OF THE SOLOVETSKY MONASTERY, IN ADORATION OF THE MOTHER OF GOD OF THE SIGN, WITH A SILVER-GILT AND ENAMELLED BASMA
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW), CIRCA 1600
55,000-65,000 pounds
* 85 . THE ANASTASIS
RUSSIAN (POVOLZHYE), XVII CENTURY
25,000-30,000 pounds
* 86 . THE ASCENSION
RUSSIAN (POVOLZHYE), SECOND HALF OF THE XVII CENTURY
15,000-18,000 pounds
87 . A VITA ICON OF ST. BARBARA
RUSSIAN (KOSTROMA?), LATE XVII CENTURY
25,000-35,000 pounds
88 . THE NINE MARTYRS OF KYZIKOS
RUSSIAN (PALEKH?), CIRCA 1800
12,000-16,000 pounds
89 . ST. NIKITA
RUSSIAN (POVOLZHYE), LATE XVIII CENTURY
14,000-18,000 pounds
90 . ARCHANGEL MICHAEL “HORSEMAN OF THE APOCALYPSE”
CENTRAL RUSSIA, XVII CENTURY
15,000-20,000 pounds
91 . STS. BORIS AND GLEB
RUSSIAN, CIRCA 1600? (VRESKA)
16,000-20,000 pounds
* 92 . CHRIST THE “NON-SLEEPING EYE” (ANAPESON)
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW?), XVII CENTURY
40,000-60,000 pounds
* 93 . A GROUP OF THREE ICONS SHOWING THE ENTHRONED CHRIST IN MAJESTY FLANKED BY THE APOSTLE PHILIP AND ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST
CENTRAL RUSSIA, FIRST HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
6,000-8,000 pounds
* 94 . A LARGE ICON FROM A DEISIS TIER SHOWING ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST AND THE ARCHANGEL MICHAEL
CENTRAL RUSSIA, LATE XIX CENTURY
14,000-18,000 pounds
* 96 . THE DIVINE WISDOM OF GOD, ST. SOPHIA WITH A CONTEMPORARY SILVER-GILT BASMA
RUSSIAN (NOVGOROD?), XVII CENTURY
8,000-12,000 pounds
95 . No lot
* 98 . THE ARCHANGEL MICHAEL
RUSSIAN, THE CASE DATING TO THE XVII CENTURY, THE INSET ICON TO THE XVIII CENTURY
40,000-50,000 pounds
97 . AN IMPORTANT ICON OF STS. VASILIY THE GREAT, SYMEON THE STYLITE AND THEODOSIA
RUSSIAN (VLADIMIR PROVINCES), CIRCA 1600
25,000-35,000 pounds
* 99 . A LARGE ICON OF THE SHUISKAYA MOTHER OF GOD
NORTHERN RUSSIA, CIRCA 1800
7,000-9,000 pounds
* 100 . CHRIST PANTOKRATOR
CENTRAL RUSSIA, THIRD QUARTER OF THE XIX CENTURY
1,200-1,500 pounds