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Priciest paintings by Russian artists ever sold at auctions

June 06, 15:54 UTC+3

As Russian art sales week is underway in London, TASS recalls the most expensive paintings by Russian artists ever sold at auctions

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Kazimir Malevich's painting "Suprematist Composition" (1916) was sold for just over $60 million at Sotheby's auction house in 2008
Kazimir Malevich's painting "Suprematist Composition" (1916) was sold for just over $60 million at Sotheby's auction house in 2008
Kazimir Malevich's painting "Suprematist Composition" (1916) was sold for just over $60 million at Sotheby's auction house in 2008
© AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh
Ernst Beyeler, a dealer from Basel, Switzerland, bought Wassily Kandinsky's "Fugue" (1914) for $20.9 million in 1990
Ernst Beyeler, a dealer from Basel, Switzerland, bought Wassily Kandinsky's "Fugue" (1914) for $20.9 million in 1990
Ernst Beyeler, a dealer from Basel, Switzerland, bought Wassily Kandinsky's "Fugue" (1914) for $20.9 million in 1990
© AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere
Kazimir Malevich’s "Mystic Suprematism" (Black Cross on Red Oval) was sold for $37.8 million in 2015
Kazimir Malevich’s "Mystic Suprematism" (Black Cross on Red Oval) was sold for $37.8 million in 2015
Kazimir Malevich’s "Mystic Suprematism" (Black Cross on Red Oval) was sold for $37.8 million in 2015
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Malevich’s "Suprematism, 18th Construction" (1915) was sold for $33,8 million in 2015
Malevich’s "Suprematism, 18th Construction" (1915) was sold for $33,8 million in 2015
Malevich’s "Suprematism, 18th Construction" (1915) was sold for $33,8 million in 2015
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Mark Chagall “L’Anniversaire” (1923) was sold for $14,9 million in 1990
Mark Chagall “L’Anniversaire” (1923) was sold for $14,9 million in 1990
Mark Chagall “L’Anniversaire” (1923) was sold for $14,9 million in 1990
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Wassily Kandinsky's "Sketch for Improvisation number 8" (1909) was sold for $23 million in 2012
Wassily Kandinsky's "Sketch for Improvisation number 8" (1909) was sold for $23 million in 2012
Wassily Kandinsky's "Sketch for Improvisation number 8" (1909) was sold for $23 million in 2012
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"Suprematist Composition" by Russian painter Kazimir Malevich (1919-1920) was sold for $17 million in 2000
"Suprematist Composition" by Russian painter Kazimir Malevich (1919-1920) was sold for $17 million in 2000
"Suprematist Composition" by Russian painter Kazimir Malevich (1919-1920) was sold for $17 million in 2000
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Wassily Kandinsky's "Sketch for Improvisation number 3" (1909) was sold for $21,1 million at Christie's auction in 2013
Wassily Kandinsky's "Sketch for Improvisation number 3" (1909) was sold for $21,1 million at Christie's auction in 2013
Wassily Kandinsky's "Sketch for Improvisation number 3" (1909) was sold for $21,1 million at Christie's auction in 2013
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Alexej von Jawlensky's "Shokko in a red hat" (1910) was sold for $18,6 million at Sotheby's in 2008
Alexej von Jawlensky's "Shokko in a red hat" (1910) was sold for $18,6 million at Sotheby's in 2008
Alexej von Jawlensky's "Shokko in a red hat" (1910) was sold for $18,6 million at Sotheby's in 2008
© AP Photo/Akira Suemori
Wassily Kandinsky's "Beach Scene" (1909) was sold for $17,2 million at Christie's in 2014
Wassily Kandinsky's "Beach Scene" (1909) was sold for $17,2 million at Christie's in 2014
Wassily Kandinsky's "Beach Scene" (1909) was sold for $17,2 million at Christie's in 2014
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Kazimir Malevich's painting "Suprematist Composition" (1916) was sold for just over $60 million at Sotheby's auction house in 2008
© AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh
Ernst Beyeler, a dealer from Basel, Switzerland, bought Wassily Kandinsky's "Fugue" (1914) for $20.9 million in 1990
© AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere
Kazimir Malevich’s "Mystic Suprematism" (Black Cross on Red Oval) was sold for $37.8 million in 2015
© AP Photo/Richard Drew
Malevich’s "Suprematism, 18th Construction" (1915) was sold for $33,8 million in 2015
© Fine Art Images/Heritage Images/Getty Images
Mark Chagall “L’Anniversaire” (1923) was sold for $14,9 million in 1990
© 2017 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris
Wassily Kandinsky's "Sketch for Improvisation number 8" (1909) was sold for $23 million in 2012
© wassilykandinsky.ru
"Suprematist Composition" by Russian painter Kazimir Malevich (1919-1920) was sold for $17 million in 2000
© EPA
Wassily Kandinsky's "Sketch for Improvisation number 3" (1909) was sold for $21,1 million at Christie's auction in 2013
© EPA/YM YIK EPA
Alexej von Jawlensky's "Shokko in a red hat" (1910) was sold for $18,6 million at Sotheby's in 2008
© AP Photo/Akira Suemori
Wassily Kandinsky's "Beach Scene" (1909) was sold for $17,2 million at Christie's in 2014
© AP Photo/Julie Jacobson

A Russian art sales week kicked off in London on June 5. Sotheby´s, Christie´s and MacDougall auction houses offer paintings and works of art by leading Russian artists. The auction houses feature the paintings by Leonid Pasternak, Isaac Levitan, Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin. TASS recalls the most expensive paintings by Russian artists ever sold at auctions.

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