MacDougall Auctions 8 June 2009

8 Jun 2009

* 141 . ST. NICHOLAS THE MIRACLE-WORKER
RUSSIAN, MAKER'S MARK SG IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1908–1917
6,000-8,000 pounds
142 . THE BAPTISM OF CHRIST WITH A SILVER-GILT OKLAD
RUSSIAN, THE PANEL DATING TO THE XVII CENTURY, MAKER’S MARK PIV IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1750
10,000-15,000 pounds
* 143 . ST. JOHN THE THEOLOGIAN IN SILENCE
RUSSIAN (IN THE TRADITION OF ARMOURY CHAMBER), CIRCA 1700
9,000-12,000 pounds
* 144 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF SMOLENSK
CENTRAL RUSSIA, SECOND HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
5,000-7,000 pounds
* 145 . THE MOTHER OF GOD “JOY TO ALL WHO GRIEVE”
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW?), CIRCA 1800
14,000-18,000 pounds
* 146 . AN UNUSUALLY LARGE AND IMPORTANT ICON OF ST. VASILIY WITH AN ELABORATE PARCEL-GILT AND ENAMEL OKLAD
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK OF PAVEL OVCHINNIKOV IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1872
150,000-180,000 pounds
147 . THE POKROV
RUSSIAN (NIZHNEE POVOLZHYE), SECOND HALF OF THE XVII CENTURY
30,000-40,000 pounds
148 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF VLADIMIR
RUSSIAN, XIX CENTURY IN THE TRADITION OF THE XVII CENTURY
8,000-12,000 pounds
* 149 . ST. JOHN THE FORERUNNER
RUSSIAN (KARELIA OR NOVGOROD PROVINCES?), CIRCA 1600
30,000-40,000 pounds
* 150 . HODEGETRIA MOTHER OF GOD SURROUNDED BY GREEK SAINTS
GREEK (IONIAN ISLANDS, CORFU?), CIRCA 1700
15,000-20,000 pounds
* 151 . THE POKROV
RUSSIAN (NOVGOROD PROVINCES), SECOND HALF OF THE XVI CENTURY
45,000-55,000 pounds
* 152 . THE APPEARANCE OF THE MOTHER OF GOD TO ST. SERGEI RADONEZHSKY
RUSSIAN (KLEMENTOVSKAYA SLOBODA), XVII CENTURY
15,000-20,000 pounds
* 153 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF SMOLENSK
RUSSIAN, XIX CENTURY
15,000-20,000 pounds
* 154 . ST. NICHOLAS
RUSSIAN, CIRCA 1900
20,000-30,000 pounds
* 155 . A MINIATURE CARVED WOOD ICONOSTASIS
RUSSIAN (NOVGOROD?), CIRCA 1550, THE BASMA WITH MAKER’S MARK V.Y AND I.V IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1808
40,000-60,000 pounds
156 . ST. GEORGE
GREEK (IONIAN ISLANDS), CIRCA 1700
8,000-10,000 pounds
* 157 . MARIA, THE MOTHER OF GOD, WITH HER MOTHER ST. ANNA
GREEK, LATE XV CENTURY
25,000-35,000 pounds
158 . THE MEDICAL ST. PANTELEIMON
GREEK, XVII CENTURY
6,000-8,000 pounds
159 . THE TEN HOLY MARTYRS OF CRETE
GREEK, SIGNED “BY THE HAND OF EMMANUEL (TZANE), THE PRIEST, AXPH (1688)”
15,000-20,000 pounds
160 . THE ANNUNCIATION
NORTHERN GREECE, CIRCA 1600
7,000-9,000 pounds