MacDougall Auctions is the only fine art auction house to specialise solely in Russian Art. Our June 2007 sale raised $13 million.
In addition, we are the leading auction house for Russian post war and contemporary art; our last sale was the largest ever in the world for this sector of the market, at $5.4mn.
We offer paintings and works of art from the 18th century to the present, and have handled a range of important private collections, including the $2mn Kosloff estate sale which set a world record price for a Korovin portrait of $750,000.
In our June 2007 sale we set several world record prices including $792,000 for Marie Vassilieff’s exceptional Man and Woman, $562,000 for Dmitry Stelletsky’s Four Seasons, $216,000 for Boris Sveshnikov and $442,000 for Five Faces by Oleg Tselkov, one of the highest prices ever for a living Russian artist.
The concentrated approach to the Russian Art market is based on our professional team of Russian Art experts, unrivalled by any other auction house. Our experts' backgrounds include: The Tretyakov Gallery, The Grabar Institute, Christie's and Sotheby's. The narrow specialisation of each expert means our clients get the most comprehensive service and advice available.