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part of Russia. Sign. A. N.
Ermolaev 1975 and inscribed
verso with the title and the
artist's name. Oil on board. 
44 x 80 cm.
DKK 15.000 / 
€ 2.000
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Ivan-Constantinowitsch Aivazovsky 
copy after,
 20th century
Marine painting with a sailing ship. Inscribed
Aivazovsky. Oil on canvas. 44 x 66 cm.
DKK 20.000-30.000 / 
€ 2.700-4.000
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Aleksei Petrovich Bogoliubov
b. Russia 1824, d. Paris 1896
Naval battle with numerous sailing ships. 
Signed A. Bogoliubov. Watercolour on paper. 
Visible size 33 x 48 cm.
DKK 60.000 / 
€ 8.000
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Ivan-Constantinowitsch Aivazovsky 
b. Teodosia 1817, d. 1900
Marine with sailing ships off the coast. 
Signed Aivazovsky. Ink and washing on paper. 
Visible size 19 x 28 cm. DKK 100.000 / 
€ 13.000
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Johan Elis Kortman
b. St. Petersburg 1858, d. Rääkkylä 1923
Classical academy drawing depicting two male nudes. Signed J.
E. Kortman and dated 1880 (with Cyrillic letters). Charcoal on
paper. Visible size 68 x 50 cm.
J. E. Kortman studied at the Academies of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg
and in Munich. IAH is the Cyrillic abbreviation for the (Russian) Em-
perors Academy of Fne Arts. The drawing is therefore a student work
from the artists time in St. Petersburg.
DKK 12.000 / 
€ 1.600
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Johan Elis Kortman, 
b. St. Petersburg 1858, d. Rääkkylä 1923
Classical academy drawing depicting a marble bust of a man
with a beard. Signed J. E. Kortman, numbered 2 and stamped
"IAH" (in Cyrillic letters). Charcoal on paper. 
Visible size 61 x 46 cm.
J. E. Kortman studied at the Academies of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg
and in Munich. IAH is the Cyrillic abbreviation for the (Russian) Em-
perors Academy of Fne Arts. The drawing is therefore a student work
from the artists time in St. Petersburg.
DKK 15.000 / 
€ 2.000
1646 
 
Johan Elis Kortman
b. St. Petersburg 1858, d. Rääkkylä 1923
Classical academy drawing de-
picting a bust of a woman. Sig-
ned J. E. Kortman and stamped
IAH examination in fine Art oct.
30th(?) 1878 (with Cyrillic let-
ters). Charcoal on paper. Visible
measure 60 x 47 cm.
J. E. Kortman studied at the Acade-
mies of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg
and in Munich. IAH is the Cyrillic
abbreviation for the (Russian) Empe-
rors Academy of Fine Arts. The dra-
wing is therefore a student work from
the artists time in St. Petersburg.
DKK 15.000-20.000
€ 2.000-2.700
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Johan Elis Kortman
b. St. Petersburg 1858, d. Rääkkylä 1923
Classical academy drawing de-
picting Bacchus or Antinos as
Bacchus. Signed J. E. Kortman,
inscribed "from figure" and
stamped IAH Artistic Examinati-
on oct. 28th. 1878 (with Cyrillic
letters). Charcoal on paper. 
Visible size 67 x 51 cm.
J. E. Kortman studied at the Acade-
mies of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg
and in Munich. IAH is the Cyrillic
abbreviation for the (Russian) Empe-
rors Academy of Fine Arts. The dra-
wing is therefore a student work from
the artists time in St. Petersburg.
DKK 15.000-20.000
€ 2.000-2.700
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Peter Petrovitch Fernlund
19th century
Classical academy drawing de-
picting bust of Antinos as Bac-
chus viewed in profile. Signed
Fernlund and dated oct 10th.
1839 or 1859 (with Cyrillic let-
ters) stamped with the seal of
The Russian Emperors (Nikolaj
I or Aleksander II) Academy of
fine Art. Charcoal on paper. 
Visible size 67 x 51 cm.
DKK 15.000 / 
€ 2.000
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Vassili Vasilievitch 
Vereshchagin
b. Luibez, Novgorod 1842, d. Port Arthur 1904
Asian travellers and camels.
Sign. V. Veretschagin (in Cyrillic
letters). Pencil and watercolour
on paper. 27 x 29 cm.
DKK 6.000 / 
€ 800
1650 
 
Olga Vladimirovna Rozanova ?
b. Melenki 1886, d. 1918
Horse carriage. Inscribed O. Ro-
zanova. Crayon on paper. Sheet
size 14 x 21.5 cm.
In 1915 Olga Rozanova joined the
Suprematist group "Supremus", 
founded by Kasimir Malevich.
DKK 8.000-10.000
€ 1.100-1.300
1651 
 
Anna Petrowna 
Ostroumowa-Lebedewa
b. St. Petersburg 1871, d. same place 1955
Leo Tolstoy and Anton Chek-
hov in front of Tolstoy's estate Ja-
naja Polana. Signed with mono-
gram. Grisaille. Watercolour and
pencil on paper. 
Visible size 27 x 21 cm.
DKK 20.000-25.000
€ 2.700-3.400
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Konstantin Ivanovich Rudakov
b. St. Petersburg 1891, d. same place 1949
Portrait study of Lenin working
at his desk. Inscribed verso (in
Cyrillic letters) "No. 2518 K. I.
Rudakov, property of E.M. Rud-
akova" (the artist's wife). Pencil
on paper. 31 x 21 cm.
DKK 3.000-5.000 / 
€ 400-670
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Russian painter, 
20th century
Three illustrations. The smallest of the three inscribed "Illustrati-
on for ‘Moscow Kabatskaja’, by Esenin", 1920's. Pencil and char-
coal on paper. Various paper sizes, from 15 x 10 to 23 x 18 cm. (3).
DKK 8.000-10.000 / 
€ 1.100-1.300
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A. Savrov, 
Russian painter,
 
19th century
Winter landscape with a winding brook
and a small farmhouse. Signed A. Savrov
(in Cyrillic letters). Oil on canvas. 
53 x 44 cm.
DKK 20.000-30.000 / 
€ 2.700-4.000
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André Joseph Mécou
b. Grenoble c. 1771, d. Paris 1837
André Joseph Mécou after Jean Henri
Benner: A pair of portraits of "S: M.
l'Empereur Pierre-le Grand" and "S: M.
l'Impératrice Catherine II". Both titles
are in Cyrillic letters. Engravings. Visible
size 23.5 x 16 cm. Corner bobinet fra-
mes. (2).
DKK 3.000-4.000 / 
€ 400-540
1656 
 
Vasilij Veretschagin, 
b. 1842, d. 1904
Cossacks with captured cavalrymen.
Sign. V. Veretschagin 13.1 (in Cyrillic let-
ters). Pencil and watercolour on paper.
27 x 29 cm.
DKK 10.000-15.000 / 
€ 1.300-2.000
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Frants Alexeevich Roubaud
b. Odessa 1856, d. Munich 1928
Russian mortar position, Winter. Signed
F. Roubaud. Indian ink hightened with
white on paper mounted on cardboard.
Visible size 42 x 47 cm.
It has not been possible to identify the uni-
forms of the soldiers. They are either Russian
or French soldiers.
DKK 10.000-12.000 / 
€ 1.300-1.600
1658 
 
Bogdan Willewalde
b. St. Petersburg 1818, d. 1903
Battle scene with cavalry. Signed. B. Wil-
lewalde. Oval. Pencil and watercolour
on paper. Visible size 18 x 25 cm.
DKK 25.000 / 
€ 3.400
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna 
Romanova of Russia
Grand Duchess Olga (1882-1960) was daughter of
Czar Alexander III of Russia and Empress Dag-
mar, b. Princess of Denmark. In her childhood
and youth the Empress had been taught by the
painter Heinrich Buntzen, and therefore she was
able to discover the artistic talents of her daughter
at an early age. Subsequently she arranged for
Olga to be taught by the painter Stanislaw Johan-
nowitsch Zukowski (1873-1944) which was quite
unusual at the Russian Court. Henceforth, the
Grand Duchess's main recreational activity was to
paint - in a slightly impressionist style and often
choosing motifs such as gardens or flower ar-
rangements. After the Russian revolution, in
1920, Olga and her husband, Colonel Nikolai Ku-
likovsky, and their two sons fled to Denmark
where they took up residence with Dagmar at
Hvidøre Castle. In spite of cruel memories of the
Russian civil war, Olga managed to maintain great
joie de vivre in Denmark, in part because she con-
tinued to paint. When Dagmar died in 1928 the
Kulikovskys moved to Knudsminde, Ballerup, Co-
penhagen. In  1948  they decided to immigrate to
Canada. Olga died as the last Grand Duchess in
the world, far from Russia and Denmark - a poor
widow who had nevertheless retained her strong
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna
Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
A spring day in the garden. Sig-
ned Olga. Oil on cardboard. Visi-
ble size 38 x 45 cm.
DKK 15.000-20.000
€ 2.000-2.700
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna
Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
A landscape in the spring with
anemones in bloom. Signed Olga.
Watercolour on paper. 
24 x 34 cm.
DKK 10.000-15.000
€ 1.300-2.000
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CD
Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna
Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
"Flowers in the garden at Knuds-
minde". Signed Olga. Oil on
board. 25 x 33 cm.
DKK 10.000-15.000
€ 1.300-2.000
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna Romanova 
of Russia, 
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
View of a forest lake. Signed Olga. Watercolour
on paper. Visible size 34 x 25 cm. 
DKK 8.000 / 
€ 1.100
1663 
  
CD
Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna Romanova 
of Russia, 
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
Window sill with spring flowers. Signed Olga.
Watercolour on paper. Visible size 13 x 10.5 cm.
DKK 3.000-5.000 / 
€ 400-670
1664 
  
CD
Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrov-
na Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
Granch Duchess Olga's home in
Gammel Holte, Denmark. Sig-
ned Olga. Oil on board. 
46 x 54 cm.
DKK 10.000-15.000
€ 1.300-2.000
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna Romanova 
of Russia, 
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
In the outskirts of the garden of Knudsminde
with a view of the fields. Crocus in full bloom.
Signed Olga. Oil on board. 35 x 27 cm.
DKK 20.000 / 
€ 2.700
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna Romanova 
of Russia, 
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
A garden path in bloom. Signed Olga. Oil on
canvas mounted on board. 41 x 33 cm.
DKK 20.000-25.000 / 
€ 2.700-3.400
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrov-
na Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
A small boy playing in front of
thatched farmhouse. Signed Olga.
Oil on cardboard. 37 x 45 cm.
DKK 20.000-25.000
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna
Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
Children and geese on the road
in a Cossack village. Signed O.
Kulikovsky. Watercolour on pa-
per. Visible size 17 x 25 cm.
As of November 1916 Olga was mar-
ried to Nikolaj Kulikovsky (1882-
1958) officer in The Imperial Cuiras-
sier Guard. Hence this work is signed
with this name.
DKK 15.000-20.000
€ 2.000-2.700
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CD
Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna
Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
The garden at Knudsminde whe-
re the Grand Duchess resided.
Signed Olga. Oil on paper
mounted on cardboard. 
32 x 41 cm.
Provenance: Ejnar Olsen, driver and
factotum for the Grand Duchess at
Knudsminde.
DKK 15.000 / 
€ 2.000
1670 
  
CD
Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna
Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
Flowering crocus in the garden of
Knudsminde. Signed Olga. Oil on
board. 24 x 33 cm.
DKK 15.000 / 
€ 2.000
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Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna 
Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
Two Russian women in front of a
church. Signed Olga. Oil on board. 
39 x 32 cm.
DKK 30.000-40.000 /
 € 4.000-5.400
1672 
  
CD
Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna 
Romanova of Russia
b. Russia 1882, d. Canada 1960
Anemones in a spring forest. Signed
Olga. Oil on board. 36 x 46 cm.
DKK 20.000-25.000 / 
€ 2.700-3.400
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Liubov Popova, style of, 
20th century
 
Cubistic composition later signed/attri-
buted to L. Popova (in Cyrillic letters).
Early 20th century. Oil on canvas. 
92.5 x 56.5 cm.
Technical condition report available upon 
request.
DKK 20.000-30.000 / 
€ 2.700-4.000
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Russian painter, 
20th century
Cubistic Composition. Signed T.
S. 1923 (in Cyrillic letters). Ink
and watercolour on paper. 
29 x 37 cm.
It has been suggested that T. S. could
be the shortening for Telingater Solo-
mon (1903-1969). T. Solomon was
studying 1920-1921 in Vhutemas
and worked a few times with El Lisit-
ski.
DKK 5.000 / 
€ 670

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El Lissitzky, style of,
 20th century
Constructivist sculpture. Mobile
of painted iron. 
H. 177 cm. W. 84 cm.
DKK 20.000-30.000
€ 2.700-4.000
1676 
 
Aleksandr Rodchenko, style of
20th century
Constructivist composition. Indi-
cated Rodchenko 18. Gouache on
paper. 29.7 x 20.5 cm.
DKK 15.000-20.000
€ 2.000-2.700
1677 
 
Ignati Nivinski, 
b. 1881, d. 1933
Set design. Signed Ign. Niv. 1921.
Gouache and pen on cardboard.
38 x 46 cm.
DKK 10.000 / 
€ 1.300
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Tatyana Alekseevna Mavrina
b. Nizhny 1902, d. Moscow 1996
The Vasilij Cathedral in Moscow. Signed T. M.
1943 (in Cyrillic letters). Watercolour on paper.
Sheet size 69 x 45 cm. Unframed.
Provenance: The estate after M. Tieme-Block (1913-
1999).
DKK 7.000-10.000 / 
€ 940-1.300
1679 
 
Anatolij Timofeevich Zverev, 
b. Moscow 1931, d. 1986
A Russian church. Signed verso A. Zverev 54 (in Cy-
rillic letters). Oil on paper. Visible size 49 x 33 cm.
Zverev was a famous Moscow nonconformist who was
representative of the unofficial art in the 1960-1980s.
He was expelled from the 1905 Year Artistic College
"because of formalism". His works were exhibited main-
ly in home exhibitions 1959-1962. Zverev's works are
today kept in the Tretyaakov State Gallery, Museum of
Modern Art and private collections. 
DKK 10.000 / 
€ 1.300
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Tatyana Alekseevna Mavrina
b. Nizhny 1902, d. Moscow 1996
A street scene with strolling figures.
Signed Mavrina 20. 9. 44. Water-
colour on paper. 
Sheet size 47 x 68 cm. Unframed.
DKK 4.000-6.000 / 
€ 540-800
1681 
 
Alexsander Grigoriev Tyschler
b. Melitopol 1898, d. 1980
"Robin Hood", drawing for theatrical
costume. Signed A. Tyshler (in Cyril-
lic letters). Pen and watercolour on
paper. Sheet size 43 x 30.5 cm.
Provenance: The estate after M. Tieme-
Block (1913-1999).
DKK 4.000-6.000 / 
€ 540-800
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Mstislav Valerianovitch Dobuzinski
b. Novgorod 1875, d. New York 1957
"The Gates to Eternity". Tempera on
cardboard. 55 x 45 cm. Unframed.
From the cycle "The Dreams of the Ci-
ties".
DKK 30.000 / 
€ 4.000
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Alexandre el. Alexander Konstantinovich Bogomazov
b. Yampol (the Ukraine) 1880, d. Kiev 1930
Two futuristic charcoals. One of them is an abstract compo-
sition. Signed A. B. (in Cyrillic letters) 1914. Charcoal on pa-
per. 22 x 17. The other depicts a woman by a loom. Red cra-
yon on paper. 22 x 23. Both unframed. (2).

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Provenance: The Russian art collector
Igor Dytjenko. A Russian newspaper
article about Dytjenko's collection with
depictions of the two drawings sold he-
re is included in the lot. In addition,
the lot includes a copy of the buyer's
certificate where Dytjenko has signed
for the sale of the two drawings to a
Danish buyer in 1996. Bogomazov
was educated at the Academy of Fine
Arts in Kiev in the years after 1900,
and he since participated in a number
of important avant-garde exhibitions.
He was strongly inspired by Italian fu-
turism and participated in the cu-
bism/futurism exhibition in Moscow
in 1912. 
Bogomazov was able to blend the
avantgardism from Kiev with French
cubism and Italian futurism. The lar-
ger part of the motives in his drawings
and paintings are inspired by city life
and architecture in Kiev.
DKK 12.000-15.000
€ 1.600-2.000
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Wasilij/ Vassyl Khmeluk
b. Berezivka, the Ukraine 1903, d. Paris 1986
Still life with flowers. Signed V.
Khmeluk. Oil on canvas. 
40 x 55 cm.
The Ukrainian artist Vassyl Khmeluk
was active in Paris as a member of the
French expressionist school, and often
explored colour through expressionist
overtones.
DKK 6.000-8.000 / 
€ 800-1.100
1685 
 
Anatolij Timofeevich Zverev
b. Moscow 1931, d. same place 1986
A horse. Signed A. Zverev 60.
Gouache on paper. 
Visible size 40 x 57 cm.
DKK 15.000-20.000
€ 2.000-2.700

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