MacDougall Auctions 7-11 June 2010

7 Jun 2010

21 . THE ANNUNCIATION IN A SILVER OKLAD
YAROSLAVL, LAST QUARTER OF THE 18TH CENTURY,
ASSAY MARK G.L IN CYRILLIC, 1786

2,000-3,000 pounds
22 . SELECTED SAINTS PRAYING BEFORE THE HOLY FACE, IN A SILVER OKLAD
ROMANOV, CIRCA 1800 TO FIRST QUARTER OF THE 19TH CENTURY,
MAKER'S MARK OF ALEXEI KOLOTISHIN IN CYRILLIC, YAROSLAVL, 1867

6,000-8,000 pounds
23 . A SET OF IMPORTANT ICONS OF THE FOUR EVANGELISTS FROM THE ROYAL DOORS. CIRCLE OF SIMON USHAKOV
MOSCOW, ARMOURY CHAMBER, CIRCA 1670-1680s
220,000-240,000 pounds
24 . A LARGE ICON OF THE ARCHANGEL MICHAEL, LEADER OF THE HEAVENLY HOST
CIRCA 1700
23,000-26,000 pounds
25 . THE DESCENT INTO HELL
YAROSLAVL, SECOND QUARTER TO MID 17TH CENTURY
5,500-7,500 pounds
26 . THE ENTOMBMENT OF CHRIST
KOSTROMA, FIRST HALF OF THE 18TH CENTURY
5,000-7,000 pounds
27 . THE BAPTISM OF CHRIST
PALEKH, SECOND QUARTER OF THE 19TH CENTURY, MIXED MEDIA
2,500-3,500 pounds
28 . THE TRANSFIGURATION OF CHRIST WITH SELECTED SAINTS ON THE BORDER
PALEKH, FIRST THIRD OF THE 19TH CENTURY
5,000-7,000 pounds
29 . THE OLD TESTAMENT TRINITY
YAROSLAVL, LAST THIRD OF THE 18TH CENTURY
5,000-7,000 pounds
30 . THE ASSUMPTION OF SAINT JOHN THE THEOLOGIAN (THE VISION OF THE HEAVENLY JERUSALEM)
CENTRAL RUSSIA (KHVALYNSK OR GUSLITSY), CIRCA MID 19TH CENTURY
2,000-3,000 pounds
* 31 . THE RESURRECTION AND DESCENT INTO HELL WITH FEASTS, THE PASSION, "THE ONLY BEGOTTEN SON" AND THE FOUR EVANGELISTS
MOSCOW, SECOND QUARTER TO MID 19TH CENTURY
7,000-9,000 pounds
32 . THE MOTHER OF GOD "ALL CREATION REJOICES IN THEE"
MSTERA (?), END OF THE 18TH CENTURY
7,500-9,500 pounds
33 . A TRAVELLING ICONOSTASIS IN FIFTEEN FOLDS
MOSCOW REGION, SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY
12,000-14,000 pounds
34 . THE NINE HOLY MARTYRS OF KIZIK
MOSCOW (?), END OF THE 18TH CENTURY TO CIRCA 1800
6,000-8,000 pounds
35 . THE PROPHET ELIJAH IN THE DESERT
PALEKH, CIRCA 1800
5,000-7,000 pounds
36 . A TRIPTYCH OF CHRIST PANTOCRATOR
MOSCOW, CIRCA 1900, OIL ON SILVER, MAKER'S MARK AMM IN CYRILLIC
2,000-2,500 pounds
* 37 . AN IMPORTANT ICON OF THE MYRRH-BEARING WOMEN AT THE TOMB
ROSTOV, FIRST THIRD OF THE 16TH CENTURY
100,000-150,000 pounds
38 . THE MOTHER OF GOD "UMILENIE"
MOSCOW, THIRD QUARTER OF THE 16TH CENTURY
20,000-22,000 pounds
39 . MOTHER, DO NOT WEEP FOR ME IN A SILVER-GILT OKLAD
SUZDAL (?) OLD BELIEVER'S WORKSHOP, MID 17TH CENTURY,
MAKER'S MARK V.A. IN CYRILLIC, 1767

7,500-9,500 pounds
40 . THE EVANGELISTS MATTHEW, MARK, LUKE AND JOHN (FROM THE ROYAL DOORS)
LAST THIRD OF THE 19TH CENTURY (except the modern Mark icon)
4,000-6,000 pounds