MacDougall Auctions 8 June 2009

8 Jun 2009

* 121 . THE ENTRY OF THE MOTHER OF GOD TO THE TEMPLE
GREEK, XVI CENTURY
30,000-40,000 pounds
122 . A CARVED WOOD ALTAR CROSS SHOWING SELECTED SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF CHRIST ENCASED IN A GILT, GEM-STUDDED SETTING
GREEK (MOUNT ATHOS), XVIII CENTURY
5,000-7,000 pounds
* 123 . ST. IGNATIOS “THEOPHOROS” (THE BEARER OF LIGHT)
GREEK, XVII CENTURY
15,000-20,000 pounds
* 124 . STS. PETER AND PAUL HOLDING THE CHURCH OF UNION
GREEK, CIRCA 1600
20,000-30,000 pounds
125 . CHRIST PANTOKRATOR
RUSSIAN (OLD BELIEVERS’ WORKSHOP), LATE XIX CENTURY IN THE TRADITION OF THE XVI CENTURY
6,000-10,000 pounds
* 126 . THE LIFE OF THE PROPHET ELIJAH IN THE WILDERNESS AND HIS FIERY ASCENT TO HEAVEN
RUSSIAN, CIRCA 1800 IN THE TRADITION OF THE XVII CENTURY
30,000-40,000 pounds
* 127 . FOUR SCENES FROM THE APOCALYPSE OF JOHN
RUSSIAN (KOSTROMA?), LATE XVII CENTURY
20,000-25,000 pounds
* 128 . ST. NICHOLAS
RUSSIAN (NOVGOROD PROVINCES?), SECOND HALF OF THE XVI CENTURY
30,000-40,000 pounds
* 129 . A LARGE ICON OF THE MOTHER OF GOD OF VLADIMIR
RUSSIAN, CIRCA 1800 IN THE TRADITION OF THE XVI CENTURY
60,000-80,000 pounds
* 130 . A LARGE ICON OF THE MANDYLION SET IN A CARVED AND GILDED WOODEN FRAME
RUSSIAN (VETKA?), EARLY XIX CENTURY
10,000-12,000 pounds
* 131 . A LARGE ICON OF THE MOTHER OF GOD OF THE BURNING BUSH WITH TWO FAMILY PATRONS ON THE BORDER
RUSSIAN (OLD BELIEVERS’ WORKSHOP), MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
7,000-9,000 pounds
* 132 . A DOUBLE-SIDED PROCESSIONAL ORNAMENTALLY SHAPED ICON DEPICTING ON ONE SIDE CHRIST PANTOKRATOR AND ON THE OTHER THE LIFE OF THE PROPHET ELIJAH IN THE DESERT AND HIS HEAVENLY ASCENT
RUSSIAN (OLD BELIEVERS’ WORKSHOP), MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
4,000-6,000 pounds
* 133 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF TIKHVIN
CENTRAL RUSSIA, LATE XVIII CENTURY
4,000-6,000 pounds
* 134 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF KAZAN
CENTRAL RUSSIA, SECOND HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
1,000-1,200 pounds
* 135 . A BUST-LENGTH IMAGE OF ST. NICHOLAS
RUSSIAN (KHOLUI?), MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
5,000-7,000 pounds
* 136 . A QUADRIPARTITE ICON WITH THE CRUCIFIXION IN THE CENTRE AND FOUR FAMILY PATRONS ON THE BORDER, WITH A SILVER OKLAD
RUSSIAN (NEVYANSK), CIRCA 1800
4,000-6,000 pounds
137 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF SMOLENSK
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK SG IN CYRILLIC, 1896–1908
6,000-8,000 pounds
138 . CHRIST PANTOKRATOR WITH AN ENAMELLED, PARCEL-GILT OKLAD
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK SG IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1896–1908
12,000-15,000 pounds
* 139 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF VLADIMIR WITH A SILVER-GILT, FILIGREE AND ENAMEL OKLAD
RUSSIAN, THE ICON DATING CIRCA 1800, THE OKLAD MADE BY THE FIRST MOSCOW ARTEL, 1908
50,000-60,000 pounds
140 . A PAIR OF WEDDING ICONS, EACH WITH A SILVER OKLAD AND ENAMEL HALOES
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK OF IVAN GUBKIN IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1907–1918
8,000-12,000 pounds