8 most expensive lots of "Russian auction" in London

• 8 most expensive lots of "Russian auction" in London

In London, complete the "Russian auction" arranged by major auction houses. For the purchase of works it was spent £ 50 million. This is a record amount for the "Russian Trading" since 2008. According to the British press, the main buyers Russians began.

The most expensive lot - a picture of Nicholas Roerich, "Proceedings of the Mother of God", which was sold at Bonhams auction for £ 7, 88 million (eight times the estimate). For £ 4, 78 million left "Still Life with Fruit" by Ilya Mashkov. A "kids-musicians" Alexander Volkov and the "sunset" Ivan Shishkin were sold for £ 2, 1 million each. These and other most expensive lots, "Russian Trading" - in our gallery.

Nicholas Roerich, "Proceedings of the Virgin", 1931

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Sold at auction for £ Bohams 7, 88 million

Ilya Mashkov "Still Life with Fruit"

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Sold at Christie's auction for £ 4, 77 million

Ivan Shishkin "sunset"

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For sale at MacDougall's auction for £ 2, 1 million

Alexander Volkov "Children of musicians"

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Sold at auction for £ Bohams 2, 1 million

Mikhail Nesterov "Wanderers. Over the Volga "

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For sale at MacDougall's auction for £ 1, 89 million

Nikolay Feshin "Portrait of the wife and daughter"

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Sold at Sotheby's for £ 1, 48 million

Yuri Annenkov "Portrait of Anna Akhmatova"

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Sold at auction sites Sotheby's for £ 902,500

Natalia Goncharova "Femme Cubiste"

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Sold at Sotheby's for £ 662, 5 thousand.