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Imperial Russian Heirlooms to go on Sale with the Berdyaev Samovar at Doyle, New York, 31 January

Imperial Russian Heirlooms to go on Sale with the Berdyaev Samovar at Doyle, New York, 31 January

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 12/01/2018 10:00 AM

On January 31, 2018, Doyle New York holds its next auction of Russian Works of Art. Showcased are more than 135 lots of Fabergé, icons, silver, bronzes and memorabilia from private collections across the United States.   Highlighting the sale is property from the descendants of Russian Grand Duke George Mikhailovich (1863-1919), grandson of Emperor Nicholas […] Read More

Contemporary Russian Art Charity Exhibition and Auction, Rossotrudnichestvo, 16 – 21 January

Contemporary Russian Art Charity Exhibition and Auction, Rossotrudnichestvo, 16 – 21 January

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 12/01/2018 12:55 AM

Immediately after the New Year holidays, between 15 and 21 January, the auction house “Litfond” and the Rossotrudnichestvo office in the UK will hold a charity exhibition of modern Russian art in London. The event will take place in support of the London School of Russian Ballet in London. Official opening of the exhibition will […] Read More

Russian Art and Culture Helps Rediscover Works by Russian-Ukrainian Avant-Garde Artist Alexis Gritchenko

Russian Art and Culture Helps Rediscover Works by Russian-Ukrainian Avant-Garde Artist Alexis Gritchenko

BY Irene Kukota POSTED 18/12/2017 5:40 PM

On 28th November, the team of the Russian Art and Culture  celebrated the London launch of Dynamocolour  — the first monograph on the oeuvre of the Ukrainian-Russian avant-garde artist Alexis Gritchenko written by the art historian Vita Susak.  The event took place during the Russian Art Week at the Shapero Rare Books Gallery, in the immediate […] Read More

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DIVIDED BY DEINEKA. MACDOUGALL’S OUTGUN SOTHEBY’S IN SOVIET SHOWDOWN

DIVIDED BY DEINEKA. MACDOUGALL’S OUTGUN SOTHEBY’S IN SOVIET SHOWDOWN

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 14/12/2017 12:00 PM

OUR INTERNATIONAL EDITOR SIMON HEWITT SURVEYS AUCTIONS & EXHIBITIONS DURING RECENT RUSSIAN WEEK IN LONDON. THERE WAS AN UNWONTED SURFEIT of Soviet Art during Russian Week – 100 lots of it sprinkled through MacDougall’s five-hour sale, and a whole catalogue of the stuff at Sotheby’s. Alexander Deineka (1888-1965) was the go-to man. Only Christie’s, of the […] Read More

BACKIN’ FECHIN: RUSSIAN ART ESCAPES FROM THE DOLDRUMS

BACKIN’ FECHIN: RUSSIAN ART ESCAPES FROM THE DOLDRUMS

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 01/12/2017 11:16 AM

Russian Auctions in London 27-29 November 2017: Statistical Summary BY SIMON HEWITT (INTERNATIONAL EDITOR) WITH TOTAL SALES OF £38m, up 65% on last June and the highest single-week total since 2014, the Russian auction market bounced back this November. TOTAL SALES LOTS OFFERED LOTS SOLD % SOLD TOTAL SHARE Sotheby’s 472 313 66% £14.24m 37.4% […] Read More

BRAFA ART FAIR, BRUSSELS, 27 JANUARY – 4 FEBRUARY 2018

BRAFA ART FAIR, BRUSSELS, 27 JANUARY – 4 FEBRUARY 2018

BY Irene Kukota POSTED 23/11/2017 3:01 PM

The BRAFA, or the Brussels Art Fair, is one of the art and antiques sector’s top 5 fairs worldwide. It is organized every year by the nonprofit Belgian Antiques Fair Association. History of the Fair Created in 1956, it is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious art fairs which has been held for over […] Read More

Russian Art Week Guide, November 2017

Russian Art Week Guide, November 2017

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 13/11/2017 9:00 AM

Our new Russian Art Week Guide is up and out! In this issue, Simon Hewitt, our international editor, reviews the forthcoming auction sales and interviews Marat Gelman, curator of Art Riot at the Saatchi Gallery. Further to that, Juliet Bingham talks about her role as curator of the Ilya and Emilia Kabakov retrospective at Tate Modern. You will […] Read More

RA+C SALES PREVIEW NOVEMBER 2017

RA+C SALES PREVIEW NOVEMBER 2017

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 30/10/2017 2:30 PM

Alexander Deneika (1888-1965) threatens to be the most prominent figure in the London salerooms this November, with two powerful inter-war works each expected to bring around £3m. His 5ft 8in Coal Miner (1925) at Sotheby’s on November 28 is the left-hand, and only surviving figure, from a wider canvas painted by Deneika after visiting the […] Read More

Russian Art Week in London: 24 November – 1 December 2017

Russian Art Week in London: 24 November – 1 December 2017

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 25/10/2017 11:16 AM

The next Russian Art Week will take place in London from 24 November to 1 December 2017. Russian Art Week, coinciding with the June and November auctions of Russian Art at Sotheby’s, Christie’s, MacDougall’s and Bonhams, attracts anyone who’s anyone in the Russian Art world. RUSSIAN ART+CULTURE publishes the official guide to Russian Art Week. […] Read More

Silver, Objets de Vertu & Russian Works of Art On Sale at Freeman’s Auction, 17 October

Silver, Objets de Vertu & Russian Works of Art On Sale at Freeman’s Auction, 17 October

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 09/10/2017 3:45 AM

  To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, on 17th October, Freeman’s, the US oldest auction house based in Philadelphia, holds an exceptional sale of Pre-revolutionary Russian masterworks, including an Imperial presentation ring by Michael Perkhin for Faberge (Lot 21 Est. $80,000-120,000), an exceptional cloisonne enamel box by Feodor Ruckert (Lot 8 Est. […] Read More

Collectors Irmina Nazar and Artur Trawinski to Launch the European ArtEast Foundation During Frieze Week

Collectors Irmina Nazar and Artur Trawinski to Launch the European ArtEast Foundation During Frieze Week

BY Irene Kukota POSTED 28/09/2017 2:13 PM

A new foundation to promote Eastern European Art will be launched this October, during Frieze week. Two Polish art collectors Irmina Nazar and Artur Trawinski are going to make an important step in promoting the Eastern European art on the European market. They have supported arts for over a decade as collectors and philanthropists. Irmina and Artur […] Read More

THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. GLITTERING COSMOSCOW NAILS ITS INTENTIONS TO THE MAST

THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. GLITTERING COSMOSCOW NAILS ITS INTENTIONS TO THE MAST

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 15/09/2017 9:00 AM

A CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR in a neo-Classical trade-hall begun under Catherine the Great. Sounds crazy. Looks stunning. Cosmoscow ran September 7-10 in Gostiny Dvor, two minutes’ walk from Red Square, and across the road from the Stary Anglisky Dvor (Old English Court) granted to London’s Muscovy Company by Ivan The Terrible in October 1555. On […] Read More

Bahraini Artist Balqees Fakhro Exhibits At Cosmoscow 2017

Bahraini Artist Balqees Fakhro Exhibits At Cosmoscow 2017

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 05/09/2017 4:09 PM

Art Bahrain Across Borders (ArtBAB), the Kingdom of Bahrain’s international art fair is pleased to announce its participation at the Cosmoscow International Art Fair, which will be held at the Historic Market Building from 8th to 10th September 2017. At stand D7, Balqees Fakhro, one of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s leading artists, will be represented […] Read More

Cosmoscow International Contemporary Art Fair, 8-10 September

Cosmoscow International Contemporary Art Fair, 8-10 September

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 04/09/2017 10:00 AM

Cosmoscow International Contemporary Art Fair is soon to launch its opening, celebrating its fifth anniversary in the year 2017. Cosmoscow will take place at the historical commercial centre Gostiny Dvor between 8 – 10 September, supported by strategic partner Credit Suisse and jewellery partner Garrard. The Fair marks its 5th anniversary with a new Colloborations […] Read More

JUNE DIARY. By Simon Hewitt

JUNE DIARY. By Simon Hewitt

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 07/07/2017 1:30 PM

Our International Editor Simon Hewitt looks back on four events with a Russian flavour from a busy first month of Summer   SET FAIR FOR VILNIUS Vilnius, just 20 miles from the Belarus border, may seem an unlikely place for an international art fair and, when ART VILNIUS was first staged in 2009, Vilnius was […] Read More

Bruun Rasmussen Sets a New World Record for the Russian 16th Century Icon from Zeiner-Henriksen Collection

Bruun Rasmussen Sets a New World Record for the Russian 16th Century Icon from Zeiner-Henriksen Collection

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 24/06/2017 4:12 PM

We are delighted to announce the results of the Bruun Rasmussen auction in Copenhagen and are most happy that we have also contributed towards the success of the sale. Below are the results of the auction, which will undoubtedly be good news to many icon dealers. The auction of Zeiner-Henriksen collection held by Bruun Rasmussen […] Read More

Post-Sale Report: STABLE NOT STRONG. Consignor Caution Delays Market Revival. By Simon Hewitt

Post-Sale Report: STABLE NOT STRONG. Consignor Caution Delays Market Revival. By Simon Hewitt

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 08/06/2017 8:11 PM

AS RA+C FOUNDER THEODORA CLARKE (aka Theo) campaigned tirelessly in Bristol East in T-shirt and jeans, the art world focused on Mayfair and the ability of the Russian auction market to pursue its tentative turnaround of last November. Electoral periods are seldom good news for the art market, which thrives on political and economic stability. […] Read More

Sotheby’s Marks 10 Years in Moscow with an Exhibition at the Rumyantsev Museum

Sotheby’s Marks 10 Years in Moscow with an Exhibition at the Rumyantsev Museum

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 23/05/2017 5:41 PM

This spring, Sotheby’s celebrates 10 years of its official presence in Moscow with a remarkable exhibition: the art lovers will have a chance to see the highlights from June Sales of Russian Art Revealed & over 40 artworks acquired by Russian private collectors in past Sotheby’s auctions and exhibited alongside. This show is expected to provide insights into private collections formed in today’s  […] Read More

RUSSIAN ART WEEK JUNE 2017: AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS. By Simon Hewitt

RUSSIAN ART WEEK JUNE 2017: AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS. By Simon Hewitt

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 22/05/2017 9:00 AM

Our International Editor Simon Hewitt expertly peruses catalogues of the forthcoming sales and gives his recommendations to collectors and art investors while also analysing the general situation on the Russian art market. MacDougall’s ‘Our strong private treaty sales over the last nine months encourage us to be optimistic about the forthcoming Russian auctions’ declares William MacDougall, […] Read More

Russian Art Week Guide, June 2017

Russian Art Week Guide, June 2017

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 21/05/2017 10:00 PM

And now, just hot off the press, our new Russian Art Week Guide which will help you find your own way through the maze of events, descending upon us as an avalanche within a weeks’ time! You will find the expertly opinion of Simon Hewitt about the upcoming Russian Art auctions along with their schedule; the interview of Natasha […] Read More

Alexey Firsov to Exhibit His New Works at the Arthill Gallery, 25 May – 25 June

Alexey Firsov to Exhibit His New Works at the Arthill Gallery, 25 May – 25 June

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 19/05/2017 3:08 PM

The artist Alexey Firsov is not a novice in London. He has already had series of his exhibitions here, one having taken place at the Riflemaker gallery. This time, it is the Arthill gallery which showcases series of new, fresh works by the artist. The title of the new exhibition is‘Cross Country’. Alexey Firsov names himself a […] Read More

The Shtager Gallery Launches Its Space for Experimental Projects in London, 19-30 May

The Shtager Gallery Launches Its Space for Experimental Projects in London, 19-30 May

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 14/05/2017 1:45 AM

A Russian gallerist, Marina Shtager, opens up her new space for experimental projects in London with Too Much as Not Enough exhibition. Artist, curator, dealer, provocateur and polymath Marcel Duchamp is a Pandora of art history for some, and John the Baptist of modern and contemporary art for the others. Among many disruptions of the […] Read More

Early Petrov-Vodkin To Feature in MacDougall’s June Russian Art Auction, 7 June

Early Petrov-Vodkin To Feature in MacDougall’s June Russian Art Auction, 7 June

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 13/05/2017 10:12 AM

MacDougall’s 7 June Russian Art Auction features an early work by Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin: Portrait of an African Boy.  He painted the masterpiece in 1907 during a two-month trip to Algeria and Tunisia. This expressive, rather intimate image of a child was created during the artist’s visit to Biskra, a town in northern Algeria. Petrov-Vodkin’s Tunisian […] Read More

Artist Olga Lomaka Opens Up her Contemporary Art Gallery in London

Artist Olga Lomaka Opens Up her Contemporary Art Gallery in London

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 29/04/2017 5:20 PM

Despite the gloom and doom of recent years, when so many galleries in London had to close down, it is a pleasure to watch this tendency countered and witness a gallery opening. And it is a double pleasure to realise that the newly established gallery is launched by Olga Lomaka —  a London-based artist with […] Read More

Art Bahrain Across Borders 2017: An Ukrainian Perspective. By Oleg Olenev.

Art Bahrain Across Borders 2017: An Ukrainian Perspective. By Oleg Olenev.

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 28/04/2017 4:20 PM

  Bahrain Art Across Borders (BAAB), a major new arts initiative designed to showcase Bahraini art for a global audience. In 2016 it announced its selection of 17 artists  who took their works to be exhibited in London in April. BAAB is a project of Art Select (brand of Art and Spice), the art investing and […] Read More

The SOVKOM Auction “Russian Art of the XXth Century” to Take Place on 30th March.

The SOVKOM Auction “Russian Art of the XXth Century” to Take Place on 30th March.

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 28/03/2017 12:00 AM

The approaching SOVKOM spring auction will feature Russian art of the 20th century represented by 103 lots, comprising classical Russian pre-revolutionary art and works by the masters of the  socialist realism. Among the highlights of the upcoming auction are Yu. Klever, Sunset over the Swamps, 1898 and  Winter Landscape with Road, 1900s;  F. Rubo, Eastern […] Read More

Ivan Pokhitonov’s Masterpiece “Duck Hunters on a Lake” to be Auctioned at 25 Blythe Road on 5th April

Ivan Pokhitonov’s Masterpiece “Duck Hunters on a Lake” to be Auctioned at 25 Blythe Road on 5th April

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 15/03/2017 12:00 AM

We would like to draw the attention of our readers and Russian art collectors that a small work by Ivan Pokhitonov will soon come to auction at 25, Blythe Road in April 2017.  The Spring auction of Pictures from a Private London Club, run by Harry Moore-Gwyn at 25 Blythe Road, will take place on […] Read More

GALLERIES: MacDougall’s Open Russian Art Gallery in London on 3 March

GALLERIES: MacDougall’s Open Russian Art Gallery in London on 3 March

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 01/03/2017 12:00 AM

MacDougall’s are delighted to announce the opening of a gallery specializing in Russian art at its London premises. Located right in the centre of the capital, MacDougall’s Gallery will open its doors to the public throughout the year and will run in parallel with regular auction operations. The gallery will serve as a dynamic platform […] Read More

BRAFA BOUNCES ON: BUBBLY BRUSSELS FAIR GIVES RUSSIANS THE CHAMPAGNE TREATMENT. BY SIMON HEWITT

BRAFA BOUNCES ON: BUBBLY BRUSSELS FAIR GIVES RUSSIANS THE CHAMPAGNE TREATMENT. BY SIMON HEWITT

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 02/02/2017 12:00 AM

No other European Fair makes such efforts to attract a Russian clientèle as BRAFA, the Brussels Art Fair. It has its own special Moscow agent, Comtesse Ekaterina de Rochambeau, who engineers the VIP visits of over 100 Russian collectors, journalists, designers and interior architects. This year’s fair (January 21-29) duly saw ‘an increase in Russian […] Read More

ARTICLE: ROUND & ABOUT IN RUSSIAN WEEK. It’s Not All Auctions – as Simon Hewitt Discovers

ARTICLE: ROUND & ABOUT IN RUSSIAN WEEK. It’s Not All Auctions – as Simon Hewitt Discovers

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 09/01/2017 12:00 AM

IN THE SECOND OF TWO ARTICLES, OUR INTERNATIONAL EDITOR SIMON HEWITT INTERVIEWS ACE VIOLINIST YURI ZHISLIN AND DISCUSSES SOME OF THE OTHER EVENTS HELD IN LONDON DURING RUSSIAN WEEK MINIATURE MASTER One meeting leads to another, and I was grateful to Mumtoz Kamolzoda, Craig Murray’s Russian translator at the Turkish Cultural Centre, for introducing me to […] Read More

AUCTION RESULTS: RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE Post-Sale Report by Simon Hewitt

AUCTION RESULTS: RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE Post-Sale Report by Simon Hewitt

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 09/12/2016 12:00 AM

Russian Auctions in London 28-30 November 2016 RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE Post-Sale Report BY SIMON HEWITT (INTERNATIONAL EDITOR) ROOTLESS RODDY RAISES THE BAR ZAKHAROV SOOTHES BUT IVANOV SEETHES FROM THE MOMENT Russian Art+Culture’s new owner Natasha Butterwick uncorked the first bottle of Lamborghini Spumante at the opening reception in Alon Zakaim’s Chagall-lined Dover Street gallery, […] Read More

AUCTION RESULTS: Back from the Brink by Simon Hewitt, November 2016

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 07/12/2016 12:00 AM

Russian Auctions in London 28-30 November 2016 RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE Post-Sale Survey BY SIMON HEWITT (INTERNATIONAL EDITOR) BACK FROM THE BRINK Russian Sales Rebound 40% After All-Time Low After a rock-bottom Auction Week total of £16.4m last June, I suggested the Russian auction market’s collapse might have bottomed out. So it has proved: takings […] Read More

AUCTION RESULTS: BACK FROM THE BRINK Russian Sales Rebound 40% After All-Time Low, by Simon Hewitt

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 02/12/2016 12:00 AM

Russian Auctions in London 28-30 November 2016 RUSSIANART+CULTURE Post-Sale Survey BY SIMON HEWITT (INTERNATIONAL EDITOR) BACK FROM THE BRINK Russian Sales Rebound 40% After All-Time Low After a rock-bottom Auction Week total of £16.4m last June, I suggested the Russian auction market’s collapse might have bottomed out. So it has proved: takings from Russian Auction […] Read More

NEWS: Unique Roerich at MacDougall’s Russian Art Auction, 30 November

NEWS: Unique Roerich at MacDougall’s Russian Art Auction, 30 November

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 14/11/2016 12:00 AM

Unique Roerich at MacDougall’s Russian Art Auction Russian Art Auction, 10.30am, 30 November 2016 Nicholas Roerich, St Mercurius of Smolensk. 1919. £350,000–500,000 MacDougall’s Russian Art Auction on 30 Novmeber features a unique painting by Nikolai Roerich. Saint Mercurius of Smolensk is the culmination of an important and relatively little researched period of the Roerich’s oeuvre. […] Read More

NEWS: Doyle Opens Russian Works of Art Department

NEWS: Doyle Opens Russian Works of Art Department

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 13/11/2016 12:00 AM

NEWS: DOYLE OPENS RUSSIAN WORKS OF ART DEPARTMENT NEW YORK, NY (November 10, 2016) — Doyle has announced the opening of a Russian Works of Art Department, further expanding the expertise of the New York-based auctioneers and appraisers. Russian Specialist Mark Moehrke, a 15-year auction veteran, has been named Vice President and Director of the Russian Works […] Read More

AUCTION: Russian Books at Pierre Bergé’s Library Sale at Sotheby’s Paris, 8-9 November

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 26/10/2016 12:00 AM

Pierre Bergé’s Library At Sotheby’s Paris 8-9 November EXHIBITIONS LONDON: 27-28-29-30 October, 2016 Sotheby’s – New Bond Street, London PARIS : 4-5-6 and 7 November, 2016 Drouot-Richelieu – 9 rue Drouot, 75009 Paris, France The second part of Pierre Bergé’s library, to be offered at the beginning of November, is dedicated to 19th-century European literature. The catalogue will be […] Read More

INTERVIEW: Jay Vincze, Head of London Impressionist & Modern Art at Christie’s, on Kandinsky’s ‘Rigid and Curved’, 1935

INTERVIEW: Jay Vincze, Head of London Impressionist & Modern Art at Christie’s, on Kandinsky’s ‘Rigid and Curved’, 1935

BY Anna Prosvetova POSTED 19/10/2016 12:00 AM

Wassily Kandinsky painted Rigide et Courbé (Rigid and Curved) in December 1935, marking the second anniversary of his arrival in Paris following the closure of the Bauhaus in Berlin. Estimated at $18-25 million, the painting is being offered from an important private American collection and has not been on the market since 1964. The upcoming […] Read More

NEWS:  Two Russian Imperial Jewels of great historical importance go on view at Sotheby’s London, until 17 October.

NEWS: Two Russian Imperial Jewels of great historical importance go on view at Sotheby’s London, until 17 October.

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 14/10/2016 12:00 AM

TWO SUPERB JEWELS OF IMPERIAL RUSSIAN HERITAGE Linked to Two of the Greatest Rulers of Russian History – Peter the Great & Catherine the Great – Until 17 October Together with highlights from Sotheby’s Geneva 16 November Sale of Magnificent & Noble Jewels, including the mesmerising Sky Blue Diamond (est.$15-25 million) Two exceptional jewels of extraordinary historical […] Read More

NEWS: Russian Art + Culture Acquired by Natasha Butterwick

NEWS: Russian Art + Culture Acquired by Natasha Butterwick

BY Simon Hewitt POSTED 10/10/2016 12:00 AM

LONDON 10 OCTOBER 2016 – It was announced today that the award-winning English-language platform RUSSIAN ART+CULTURE has been acquired by Natasha Butterwick, wife of prominent Russian Art dealer James Butterwick. Natasha, who was born in Moscow and moved to London in 2001, has over 20 years’ art world experience in the fields of research, dealing […] Read More

AUCTION: Early Soviet posters to be featured in Kestenbaum & Company auction, 22 September

AUCTION: Early Soviet posters to be featured in Kestenbaum & Company auction, 22 September

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 21/09/2016 12:00 AM

Kestenbaum & Company, the New York City based boutique auction house dedicated to the sale of Fine Judaica will be offering for auction-sale a rare collection of early Soviet posters. These richly illustrated posters in both Russian and Yiddish seek to promote to Russian Jews the Communist utopia. Topics focus upon elections, economics, military buildup […] Read More

ART FAIR: Russian Highlights of LAPADA Art and Antiques Fair at Berkeley Square, 13 – 18 September

ART FAIR: Russian Highlights of LAPADA Art and Antiques Fair at Berkeley Square, 13 – 18 September

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 09/09/2016 12:00 AM

The LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair returns for its eighth year to the suitably breathtaking surrounds of Berkeley Square, Mayfair. Sponsored by Delancey, the LAPADA Fair offers an unmissable opportunity to source and buy some of the world’s most coveted works of art, antiques, design and decorative arts. This year, it will take place from Tuesday 13 th […] Read More

AUCTION: Important Fine & Decorative Art Auction at Shapiro Auctions, New York, 17 September

AUCTION: Important Fine & Decorative Art Auction at Shapiro Auctions, New York, 17 September

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 01/09/2016 12:00 AM

Important Fine & Decorative Art Auction At Shapiro Auctions, New York 17 September at 10am EDT This auction of over 400 works of art and antiques features important lots by Asian, American, Latin American, Russian and European artists. Paintings by Impressionists and Modern masters including Moise Kisling, Kees van Dongen, and Ferdinand Botero, will be […] Read More

AUCTION: MacDougall’s Fine Art Auction Seeking Works by Geli Korzhev and other Russian Artists

AUCTION: MacDougall’s Fine Art Auction Seeking Works by Geli Korzhev and other Russian Artists

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 26/08/2016 12:00 AM

On behalf of important clients, we are looking for works by Geli Korzhev, Alexander Deineka, Yuri Pimenov, Alexander Gerasimovas well as other exemplary works of the Soviet masters. Please contact their specialists for free and confidential valuation at russian@macdougallauction.com Forthcoming sale: 30 November 2016, 10:30 Auction of Important Russian Art Accepting consignments Read More

AUCTION: NOSTALGIA. Before and After. A Collection of Unique Polaroids by Andrey Tarkovsky at Bonhams London, 6 October

AUCTION: NOSTALGIA. Before and After. A Collection of Unique Polaroids by Andrey Tarkovsky at Bonhams London, 6 October

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 19/08/2016 12:00 AM

The definitive collection of Polaroids taken by the legendary filmmaker Andrey Tarkovsky (1932-1986) will come to auction for the first time in a stand-alone sale, Nostalgia: Before and After – Important Polaroids by Andrey Tarkovsky, at Bonhams London on 6 October 2016. The photographs – 257 Polaroids in total, are divided into 29 lots containing […] Read More

AUCTION: Russian Drawings, Rare Books, and Soviet Paintings at Shapiro Auction (Online), 20 August 2016

AUCTION: Russian Drawings, Rare Books, and Soviet Paintings at Shapiro Auction (Online), 20 August 2016

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 16/08/2016 12:00 AM

Russian Drawings, Rare Books, and Soviet Paintings  at Shapiro Auction (Online), 20 August, 10 AM EDT Discover Soviet art and books at Shapiro Auctions. Over 230 no reserve lots of Russian drawings, rare books and Soviet paintings. A timed, online-only auction available through Invaluable. Bid on any lot at any time until the auction times […] Read More

AUCTION: Collection of Prince Felix Yusupov and his wife Princess Irina of Russia at Hôtel Drouot, 4 November 2016

AUCTION: Collection of Prince Felix Yusupov and his wife Princess Irina of Russia at Hôtel Drouot, 4 November 2016

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 02/08/2016 12:00 AM

Collection of Prince Felix Yusupov and his wife Princess Irina of Russia at Hôtel Drouot, 9 Rue Drouot, 75009 Paris, France 4 November, 2 pm  A regal collection    More than 120 personal and historic items belonging to the Prince and Princess Yusupov will be offered for sale during this auction. Preserved by Victor Contreras, a […] Read More

OPPORTUNITY: MacDougall’s Fine Art Auction seeking works by Yuri Pimenov

OPPORTUNITY: MacDougall’s Fine Art Auction seeking works by Yuri Pimenov

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 27/07/2016 12:00 AM

MacDougall’s Fine Art Auction seeking works by Yuri Pimenov On behalf of an important client, MacDougall’s is looking for works with distinguished provenance by Yuri Pimenov Please contact their specialists for free and confidential valuation at russian@macdougallauction.com MacDougall’s will be having their Auction of Important Russian Art on 30 November 2016.    Read More

AUCTION: SPACE HISTORY at Bonhams New York, 20 July

AUCTION: SPACE HISTORY at Bonhams New York, 20 July

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 11/07/2016 12:00 AM

SPACE HISTORY At Bonhams New York 20 July at 1pm ETD Bonhams announces the Space History auction, to take place in New York on July 20, the 47th anniversary of the first documenting events ranging from the dawn of the space race to the end of the Cold War era, including the flown artefacts from […] Read More

JOB: Bilingual Assistant / Russian Art Cataloguer at MacDougall’s Fine Art Auctions

JOB: Bilingual Assistant / Russian Art Cataloguer at MacDougall’s Fine Art Auctions

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 11/07/2016 12:00 AM

MacDougall’s is the only fine art auction house to specialise exclusively in Russian art. The biannual sales during London’s Russian Art Week in June and December feature works by Russian masters from the 19th to the 21st century, works on paper, icons and works of art. They were the first international auction house with a representative […] Read More

AUCTION: Discover Soviet Art & Books at Shapiro Auctions, 15 July

AUCTION: Discover Soviet Art & Books at Shapiro Auctions, 15 July

BY Russian Art & Culture POSTED 07/07/2016 12:00 AM

Discover Soviet Art & Books At Shapiro Auctions Online via Invaluable 15 July at 10am EST   200 No Reserve Lots of Fine & Rare Books and Early Soviet Paintings Please visit the website to browse the sale catalogue.  Read More

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