Christie’s Russian Art Auction

| March 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

Christie’s Russian Art sale on 23 April in New York comprises an extensive representation of the history of Russian Art from 18th century works of art to 21st century paintings. A silver and enamelled Imperial presentation charger by Sazikov leads an impressive section of 210 works of art, highlighted by a wide selection of cloisonné enamels and more than 60 works by Fabergé. In 2009 Christie’s New York established a market share of more than 60% for works of art by the renowned house of Fabergé in the US. Among the paintings, Konstantin Makovsky’s In from a stroll will lead a fine selection of paintings from the 19th to 21st centuries.

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