James Butterwick

Address: 34 Ravenscourt Road, London W6 OUG

Tel: +44 (0)20 8748 7320

Contact: James Butterwick

Tel: +44 (0)7768 361905




James acts as a source for museum quality paintings of the Russian and European School with impeccable provenance and has access to leading Western experts, private collections and museums in any field of the arts. Gallery by appointment only.



Lindsay Fine Art Agents and Dealers in European Fine Art and Old Masters Paintings

Address: 405 Kings Rd London SW10 0BB England

Contact: Ivan Lindsay

Tel: +447798500897



Ivan set up Lindsay Fine Art Ltd in 1990 to deal in European Old Master paintings. The Russian paintings division was formed in 2004 with an emphasis on 20th century painting and sculpture and a particular interest in the post-war Moscow School 1940-1980. Lindsay Fine Art Ltd acts as agent for sellers and also holds a stock of Old Master and Russian paintings. Advice is available to collectors on all aspects of collecting. Lindsay Fine Art Ltd monitors auction sales of paintings worldwide and works with a network of curators, dealers, restorers and collectors that has been developed over the last 20 years.



Maxim Boxer Exhibitions & Auctions

Tel: +7 495 233-06-33


Contact: Maxim Boxer


Maxim Boxer Exhibitions & Auctions was founded by Maxim Boxer and Konstantin Semkin in 2014, and is rapidly establishing on the London art scene. Maxim is a curator, dealer, and director of Ravenscourt Gallery in Moscow who focuses on contemporary and modern Russian art. In 2014 he curated two exhibitions  in Mayfair, London –  ‘Cosmism’ in May and ‘Metaphysics’ in November –  the sales results were 74% and 68% respectively.


Russian Art Consultancy

Tel: +44 (0)20 7229 8240

Fax: +44 (0)20 7229 8242


Contact: Ivan Samarine, Founder



The Russian Art Consultancy is a London-based business which buys, sells and gves advice about Russian paintings and works of art. The company specialises in Russian art from the ancient times until the early 20th century. Ivan Samarine, who founded the company with his partner the late John Stuart, is a name well known to those interested in Russian art. For years Stuart and Samarine ran the Russian department at Sotheby’s, where they built up the Russian market and raised the international profile of Russian art.