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  AIVAZOVSKY (АЙВАЗОВСКИЙ) BAKST (БАКСТ) FALK (ФАЛЬК) KOROVINE (КОРОВИH) RODCHENKO  (РОДЧЕНКО)  
  ALTMAN   (АЛЬТМАН) BENOIS (БЕНУА) GONCHAROVA (ГОНЧАРОВА) KUSTODIEV (КУСТОДИЕВ) ROERICH (РЕРИХ)  
  ANISFELD   (АНИСФЕЛЬД) BILIBINE (БИЛИБИН) GRIGORIEV (ГРИГОРЬЕВ) KUZNETSOV (КУЗНЕЦОВ) SARYAN (САРЬЯН)  
  ANNENKOV  (АННЕНКОВ) BURLIUK (БУРЛЮК) IACOVLEFF (ЯКОВЛЕВ) LARIONOV (ЛАРИОНОВ)     More...  
  RUSSIAN PORCELAIN* ORIGINAL ART РУССКИЙ ФАРФОР  
 MIKHAIL ADAMOVICH, 1884-1947 Russian Soviet Propaganda plate, pre-Revolutionary mark of Kuznetsov factory, blue state porcelain factory mark of hammer, sickle and cog,  dated 1919 and initialed by the artist O.Y. Diam. 23cm
MIKHAIL ADAMOVICH, 1884-1947 Coffee cup and matching saucer “Lenin with Red Star”, blue state porcelain factory mark of hammer, sickle and cog,  dated 1921, height of the cup 7.5 cm, diameter of the saucer 15.7 cm. Bibliography: N. Lobanov-Rostovsky. Revolutionary Ceramics Soviet Porcelain1917-1927, London 1990, p36 #6 (illustrated).
ITEM #ADAMOA2 $5000 ITEM #ADAMOA3 $5000

Costume design after BAKST. Nijinsky in “Carnival”

Karlsruhe Majolika by Fritz Behn 1912

49cm high 

 

ITEM #BOA30
$10000

Four porcelain plates with costume designs for different Diaghilev events. Each bears marks of pre-Revolutionary Kuznetsov Porcelain factory,  Leningrad Lomonosov porcelain factory and inscription “After drawing by L. Bakst” Size: 25-47cm.

$10000

Costume design after BAKST. Karl Ens (1898-1972) Volkstedt (Germany) porcelain figure of Tamara Karsavina and Vaclav Nijinsky in "Carnival". Based on a  lithograph by Ludwig Kainer, published in his portfolio Russisches Ballett, Leipzig, Wolff, 1913.  Some small defects. H = 11" Exhibited: “A World of Stage”, April- October2007, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan (illustrated in the catalog). 

(Costume design after BAKST). Porcelain figure of Karsavina in "Scheherazade". Bears marks of Leningrad Lomonosov porcelain factory date 1922 and number 50/21. Form by D. Ivanov.  H = 9"  Exhibited: “A World of Stage”, April- October2007, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan (illustrated in the catalog). Compare: Sotheby’s Russian works of Art, London 12 June 2008 lot734

ITEM #BPOA1
$3000
ITEM #BPOA2
$5000
 

Costume design after BAKST. Karl Ens (1898-1972) Volkstedt (Germany) porcelain figure of Tamara Karsavina and Vaclav Nijinsky in "Carnival". Based on a  lithograph by Ludwig Kainer, published in his portfolio Russisches Ballett, Leipzig, Wolff, 1913.  Some small defects. H = 11" Exhibited: “A World of Stage”, April- October2007, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan (illustrated in the catalog). 

 

ITEM #BPOA3
$5000

(BILIBIN Design). Four porcelain plates by Kornilov factory, numbered 1/140 and signed

on reverse. D=10".Provenance: Christie’s. Russian works of art, paintings and Faberge.

N-Y,18.04.96, Lot 135;Compare: Sotheby’s Russian works of Art, London 12 June 2008 lot 728.
PRICE ON REQUEST

 CHEKHONINE SERGEY  ”Sorrow” By the Imperial Porcelain factory with green underglaze Alexander III imperial porcelain factory mark dated 1893, another IPF monogram obliterated with oval black paint patch, and  state porcelain factory mark of hammer, sickle and cog, dated 1921 with Russian inscription “ Sergei V.. Chekhonin isp. NB (Nadejda Sergeevna Blagovestchenskaia)” all in grey overglaze. The maiden is grieving for the catastrophic harvest, hence the black leaves instead of grain.  24 cm diameter. (N. Lobanov-Rostovsky. Revolutionary Ceramics Soviet Porcelain1917-1927, London 1990, p 48, where similar plate is illustrated).

 

$5000
CHEKHONINE SERGEY  Cup with saucer by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, period of AlexanderIII dated, with underglaze green  mark of AlexanderIII monogram and date 1892, with later  State Porcelain Factory mark of hammer, sickle and cog, dated 1922 on the saucer all in blue overglaze. Height of the cup 6.5 cm, diameter of the saucer 12 cm. (N. Lobanov-Rostovsky. Revolutionary Ceramics Soviet Porcelain1917-1927, London 1990, pp 107, where similar cup and saucer are illustrated). Provenance: Im Kinsky, Vienna, 18.04.07, lot #671.
$5000
CHEKHONINE SERGEY By the Imperial Porcelain factory with green underglaze Nicolas II imperial porcelain factory mark dated 1904,and  state porcelain factory mark of hammer, sickle and cog, dated 1919 with pattern number 186/12 and Russian inscription “After a drawing by S. Chekhonin” all in grey overglaze. Circular, Cubist design with Hammer and Sickle, the emblems depicted around the centre, in cisele gilding with red and black handles and the black section of a cog. 24 cm diameter.  Similar version of the plate has been sold on Christie’s, London, 29 Nov 2006, lot 265  
$5000    
NATALIA DANKO A soviet Porcelain figure “Anna Akhmatova” State Porcelain Manufactory  with black mark “Made in Russia” and date 1924 height 22 cm. (Akhmatova posed for that portrait). Illustrated in N. Lobanov-Rostovsky. Revolutionary Ceramics Soviet Porcelain1917-1927, London 1990, p93 #88.

 

  

NATALIA DANKO A soviet Porcelain figure “Militsionerka” State Porcelain Manufactory c 1920s with black manufactory mark height 20 cm. {The prototype for this figure was the new uniform for policewomen, photograph of which was published in the magazine “Plamia” in 1919. In her figurine Danko successfully copied not only the outfit but also the facial features of the girl featured on that photograph. For a similar model see T.N.Nosovich,, I.P.Popova: State Porcelain Manufactory 1904-1944, St Petrsburg Orchestra 2005 p.347. Similar lot was sold on Sothebys London 18 Sep 2007 lot 443 for 16000gbp (Rostropovich collection).}    
Price on request $5,000

ALEXANDRA EXTER “Aelita” – porcelain figurine, 6x6x4 inches, signed A. Exter, numbered 100/31 and dated (19)24 on a cardboard glued to figurine as a basis, also bearing an illegible stamp of “MejRabProm” (a movie production company where “Aelita” with costumes and decorations by Exter was filmed in 1924).

 
PRICE ON REQUEST  

M.LARIONOV (after). Display charger with a hand-painted portrait of legendary Greek collector George Costakis created on a Greek Keramikos pottery blank 1959-1963 (according to a type of porcelain mark). 35cm in diameter (13-3/4“), 5cm deep, marked with the artist’s ML signature numbered 3. Dr. Anthony Parton wrote on March 16.07: Costakis met Larionov and Goncharova in 1956. A possibility is that Costakis obtained a design from Larionov and then had the piece painted and initialed on his behalf in Greece.

(ALEXANDER GOLOVINE Costume design). Porcelain figurine of Chaliapin in "Boris Godunov". Form by Trupiansky. Bears marks of Leningrad Lomonosov Porcelain Factory, signature by Trupiansky. H = 11". Provenance: Sotheby's. The Russian Sale,Olympia, London, 20.05.2005 lot 253
OALA24
$1500
$5000
 
VASILIJ KANDINSKIJ Two cups with saucers. Cups and saucers by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, period of Nicolas II dated , both with underglaze green  mark of Nicolas II monogram and date, both with later  State Porcelain Factory mark of hammer, sickle and cog, marked with Kandinsky monogram, pattern numbers 141 (151 the second one), dated 1923 and inscribed “Drawing by V. Kandinsky”all in blue overglaze. Height of the cups 6.5 cm, diameter of the saucers 14.5 cm. (N. Lobanov-Rostovsky. Revolutionary Ceramics Soviet Porcelain1917-1927, London 1990, pp 129-130, where other works on porcelain after Kandinsky are illustrated). Provenance: Im Kinsky, Vienna, 18.04.07, lots #667, 668. Similar cup has been sold at Christies, London, 13.06.07 lot 248  
ITEM #KANDOA3
$10000
 

BORIS KUSTODIEV (Design). Five hand painted porcelain plates by Kornilov factory, signed BK and dated 1916 on reverse with caricatures on Rasputin, Nicolas II and Alexandra Feodorovna. D=10". Three of the plates (images in the left column) evidently have been produced when Rasputin was alive, two others are reflecting period when he was already murdered (Dec 1916).

[A mystic, Rasputin had strange healing powers. When no one else could help Alexei's bleeding disorder, Rasputin made the bleeding stop. When the family thought Alexei would die, Rasputin helped him get well. Alexandra, obsessed with guilt for passing the dreaded disease to her son, began to depend on Rasputin for everything. Despite his slovenly appearance and habits, Rasputin had total access to the royal family. (Follow the link to view rare film footage of them.) This shocked even the aristocracy. Contemporary newspapers contained caricatures depicting Rasputin's hold over Nicholas and Alexandra. Rasputin had made an eerie prediction before he died. “If I am killed by common assassins and especially by my brothers the Russian peasants, you, Tsar of Russia, have nothing to fear for your children, they will reign for hundreds of years in Russia....if it was your relations who have wrought my death, then no one in your family, that is to say, none of your children or relations will remain alive for two years. They will be killed by the Russian people...I shall be killed. I am no longer among the living. . Pray, pray, be strong, think of your blessed family.”]
Price on request Enclosed: “Rasputin in death”, watercolor on ivory, a contemporary study, 3.5x4 inches (left image above - compare with original photo to the right)
SIMON LISSIM (Design) Porcelain plate "Fishes", Limoge 1960 D=16"
 

$1500

 
BORIS LOVET-LORSKI THREE CERAMIC PLATES

A)Rooster/Chicken ceramic glazed charger 18 inches diameter c 1943. Similar charger (with a horse) is illustrated in “Boris Lovet-Lorski   The language of time” by Martin Bush, Siracuse University, 1967 p 48.

B)Horse,  ceramic glazed charger 18 inches diameter 1943. Iillustrated in “Boris Lovet-Lorski   The language of time” by Martin Bush, Siracuse University, 1967 p 48.
C) Hunt Ceramic glased charger with antelope and lions 18 inches diameter 1943. Iillustrated and titled in “Boris Lovet-Lorski   The language of time” by Martin Bush, Siracuse University, 1967 p 48.                                                                                                                           
ITEM #LLOA3
$15, 000(3 items together)
ALEXANDRA SCHEKOTIHINA-POTOTSKAIA Soviet porcelain plate “Sun and Moon”(1919) with manufactory marks and date. Diameter 24 cm. For similar plates see Nina Lobanov-Rostovsky Revolutionary Ceramics, Soviet Porcelain 1917-1927, Cassel, London, 1990 p. 62.   
$3000
ALEXANDRA SCHEKOTIHINA-POTOTSKAIA Soviet porcelain plate “Angel with a Child”(1924) with manufactory marks and date. Diameter 24 cm. For similar plates see Nina Lobanov-Rostovsky Revolutionary Ceramics, Soviet Porcelain 1917-1927, Cassel, London, 1990 p. 62
$5000

CONSTANTINE SOMOV Dame with the mask. Porcelain figure. SPB Porcelain Factory, 1906.  h = 11".Illustrated in "Somov K. A.", text by E. Zhuravleva. Moscow, Iskusstvo, 1980, ill#49. Provenance: Sotheby's Icons, Russian Pictures and Works of Art, London 18.12.87 lot 157; Sotheby's, The Russian Sale, London,19.02.1998 lot 595  Exhibited: “A World of Stage”, April- October2007, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan (illustrated in the catalog).

      

SOMOA13a  $10000  
ALEXANDRA SCHEKOTIHINA-POTOTSKAIA Soviet porcelain plate “Komissar”(1921) with manufactory marks and date. Diameter 24 cm. For similar plates see Nina Lobanov-Rostovsky Revolutionary Ceramics, Soviet Porcelain 1917-1927, Cassel, London, 1990 .62.                                                                                                                  
$10000
Aleksei KOROVINE (1897-1950) Edgar Poe Majolika bust, . 6.5 inches high,inscribed underneath with a title, signed and numbered (dated?) 51                               

      

KOROV1  $1,000.-  
 

 

  Inventory

ADAMOVICH АДАМОВИЧ ERMILOV ЕРМИЛОВ JAKUNCHIKOVA ЯКУНЧИКОВА MAK МАК POPOVA ПОПОВА STELLETSKIJ СТЕЛЛЕТСКИЙ
AIVAZOVSKY АЙВАЗОВСКИЙ ERTE ЭРТЕ JAWLENSKIJ ЯВЛЕНСКИЙ MAKOVSKI   МАКОВСКИЙ PORCELAIN ФАРФОР STENBERG СТЕНБЕРГ
ALTMAN АЛЬТМАН EXTER ЭКСТЕР KALMAKOV  КАЛМАКОВ MALEVITCH МАЛЕВИЧ POSTCARDS ОТКРЫТКИ STEPANOVA СТЕПАНОВА
ANDREENKO АНДРЕЕНКО FABERGE ФАБЕРЖЕ KANDINSKY   КАНДИНСКИЙ MALIAVINE МАЛЯВИН POUGNY ИВАН ПУНИ SUETIN СУЕТИН
ANISFELD АНИСФЕЛЬД FALK ФАЛЬК KLIUN КЛЮН MANE-KATZ МАНЕ-КАЦ POZHEDAEFF ПОЖЕДАЕВ TCHELITCHEW ЧЕЛИЩЕВ
ANNENKOV АННЕНКОВ FASINI ФАЗИНИ KLODT КЛОДТ MANSUROV МАНСУРОВ RABIN РАБИН TERECHKOVITCH ТЕРЕШКОВИЧ
  ARKHIPOV БЕРМАН FEDOROVSKI ФЕДОРОВСКИЙ KONCHALOVSKI КОНЧАЛОВСКИЙ MASHKOV МАШКОВ RADAKOV РАДАКОВ TROUBETZKOY ТРУБЕЦКОЙ  
  ARKHIPENKО БЕНУА FILONOV ФИЛОНОВ KOROVINE КОРОВИН MILIOTTI МИЛИОТТИ REMISOV РЕМИЗОВ TYSCHLER ТЫШЛЕР  
  ARONSON БАРАНОВ -РОССИНЕ FONVISIN ФОНВИЗИН KRAMSKOI КРАМСКОЙ MUKHINA МУХИНА REPIN РЕПИН UDALTSOVA УДАЛЬЦОВА  
  BAKST БАКСТ GABO ГАБО KRUCHENYKH КРУЧЕНЫХ NARBUT НАРБУТ RODCHENKO РОДЧЕНКО USHIN УШИН  
  BARANOV-ROSSINE АРОНСОН GASPARD ГАСПАР KRUGLIKOVA КРУГЛИКОВА NEIZVESTNYI НЕИЗВЕСТНЫЙ RODIONOV РОДИОНОВ UTKIN NIKOLAI УТКИН НИКОЛАЙ  
  BENOIS АРХИПЕНКO GLUCKMAN ГЛЮКМАН KUPRINE КУПРИН NILOUSS НИЛУС ROERICH РЕРИХ UTKIN PIOTR УТКИН ПЕТР  
  BERMAN АРХИПОВ GOLOVСHENKO ГОЛОВЧЕНКО KUSTODIEV КУСТОДИЕВ ORLOFF GHANA ОРЛОВА SARYAN САРЬЯН VASNETSOV ВАСНЕЦОВ  
BILIBINE БИЛИБИН GOLOVINE ГОЛОВИН KUZNETSOV КУЗНЕЦОВ OSTROUMOVA -LEBEDEVA ОСТРОУМОВА-ЛЕБЕДЕВА SCHEKOTIHINA-POTOTSKAIA ЩЕКОТИХИНА-ПОТОЦКАЯ VESNIN ВЕСНИН
BOGOMASOV БОГОМАЗОВ GONCHAROVA ГОНЧАРОВА LANSKOY   ЛАНСКОЙ PALMOV ПАЛЬМОВ SCHAKHOVSKAIA ШАХОВСКАЯ WALKOWITZ ВАЛКОВИЦ
BORISOV--MUSATOV БОРИСОВ-МУСАТОВ GRABAR ГРАБАРЬ LARIONOV    ЛАРИОНОВ PASCIN ПАСКИН SEREBRIAKOVA СЕРЕБРЯКОВА WESCHILOV  ВЕЩИЛОВ
BOZHERIANOV БОЖЕРЯНOB GRIGORIEV ГРИГОРЬЕВ LEBEDEFF ЛЕБЕДЕВ PATLAGEAN ПАТЛАДЖАН SEROV СЕРОВ YAKULOV ЯКУЛОВ
BURLIUK БУРЛЮК GRISCHENKO ГРИЩЕНКО LENTULOV ЛЕНТУЛОВ PETRITSKI ПЕТРИТСКИЙ SHUKHAEV ШУХАЕВ YUON ЮОН
CHAGALL ШАГАЛ GUDIASHVILI ГУДИАШВИЛИ LINDE ЛИНДЕ PETROVA ПЕТРОВА SINEZUBOV СИНЕЗУБОВ ZABELLO ЗАБЕЛЛО
CHEKHONIN ЧЕХОНИН HARITONOFF ХАРИТОНОВ LISSIM ЛИССИМ PHOTOGRAPHS ФОТОГРАФИИ SOMOV СОМОВ ZACK  ЗАК
DANKO ДАНЬКО HARLAMOFF ХАРЛАМОВ LISSITZKY ЛИСИТСКИЙ POLENOV ПОЛЕНОВ SOUDBININE СУДБИНИН ZADKINE ЦАДКИН
KARDOVSKAIA КАРДОВСКАЯ IACOVLEFF ЯКОВЛЕВ LOVET- LORSKI ЛОВЕТ- ЛОРСКИЙ POLIAKOFF ПОЛЯКОВ SORINE СОРИН ZDANEVITCH ЗДАНЕВИЧ
DERUJINSKY ДЕРЮЖИНСКИЙ IMPRESSIONISTS ИМПРЕССИОНИСТЫ MAIAKOVSKIJ  МАЯКОВСКИЙ POPKOV ПОПКОВ SOUDEIKINE СУДЕЙКИН  
DOBUZHINSKI ДОБУЖИНСКИЙ IVANOV ИВАНОВ                    
 
 
 
 

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