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In our auctions of Prints & Multiples we offer lithographs, etchings, woodcuts, linocuts, screenprints and multiples by the most important artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.

The large and varied selection includes works by Vallotton, Renoir, Picasso, Munch, Kirchner, Chagall and Miró, and extends to works by Lichtenstein, Warhol, Haring, Stella, Hockney, Pistoletto, Kusama, Chillida, Bourgeois, Koons, Gertsch and more.

With two stand-alone auctions each year with printed catalogues, Koller underlines the importance of original graphic art. Records have been set for works by Warhol, Picasso, Haring, Vallotton, Lichtenstein, Gertsch and Banksy. These auctions offer young collectors and newcomers to the auction market in particular a good introduction to navigating their way through art and the art market.

Clarisse Doge is pleased to provide a no-obligation valuation of your works in view of a possible auction consignment.

We accept consignments until the middle of April for the June auction and until the end of September for the November auction.

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Prints & Multiples

Auction 20. June 2024, 10.00 AM
Koller Zurich A209



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Auction 26. June 2024, 02.00 PM
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Auction: 28 November 2024, consignments accepted until late September 2024.


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My Favourite Object


What has always attracted me to Ellsworth Kelly's work is his emphasis on the perfectionist reduction of his spontaneous imagery. He manages to achieve a lot with a little, but also to create a little with a lot. As a result, his works radiate an imperturbable calm, power and expansive presence. The main elements in his work are colour, form and space. The purity of these three components defines his life’s work. The solitary geometric or organically arranged forms, the precise rigour of the outlines and the monochrome, luminous, intense and saturated areas of colour combine in synergy to create a self-sustaining unity.

Kelly’s forms derive from real-life impressions – fragments of everyday life, such as tiles of a street café, fragments of modern architecture, garden entrances or window shapes, which he transforms into impressive two-dimensional forms.

By introducing spontaneity, Ellsworth Kelly also differs from most Constructivist or Minimal Art artists. The strictness of his pictorial constructions is sometimes softened by breaches of geometric rules. This can be seen in our example: tilted, the monochrome shape balances happily on its tip. Although the wonderful summery blue is set in motion, the work radiates no less calm and power – definitely one of my favourite objects of the season.


Clarisse Doge (PostWar & Contemporary Art Department)

Artist index Prints & Multiples


CARLA ACCARDI HENRI-GEORGES ADAM YAACOV AGAM AI WEIWEI ANNI ALBERS DARREN ALMOND JÜRG ALTHERR FRANCIS ALŸS RICHARD JOSEPH ANUSZKIEWICZ KAREL APPEL SHUSAKU ARAKAWA NOBUYOSHI ARAKI AVIGDOR ARIKHA JOHN M. ARMLEDER FRANCIS BACON JOHN BALDESSARI BANKSY PHYLLIDA BARLOW FRANCIS BAUDEVIN MARC BAUER ROMARE BEARDEN GOTTFRIED BECHTOLD WERNER BERGES ANNA-EVA BERGMAN ANNA-EVA BERGMANN CHARLES BÉZIE LEONARDO BEZZOLA TAMARA BIALECKA MARTIN BOYCE GEORGES BRAQUE YVES BRAYER ROMERO BRITTO MARCEL BROODTHAERS BYRON BROWNE HELLMUT BRUCH DANIELE BUETTI HOLGER BUNK DANIEL BUREN BALTHASAR BURKHARD FRANÇOIS BURLAND ALBERTO BURRI SERGIO BUSTAMANTE MIRIAM CAHN BRIAN CALVIN MASSIMO CAMPIGLI LEONORA CARRINGTON JEAN CARZOU CÉSAR (CÉSAR BALDACCINI) EDGAR CHAHINE IVAN CHERMAYEFF EDUARDO CHILLIDA ANDREAS CHRISTEN DAN CHRISTENSEN ANTON CHRISTIAN CHRISTO (VLADIMIROV JAVACHEFF) KIM CHUN-HWAN PIERRE CLERK FRANCO CLIVIO CHUCK CLOSE MAX COLE HORACIO CORDERO RENÉ CREVEL SYLVAIN CROCI-TORTI MARTHA CUNZ KARL FRED DAHMEN ALLAN D'ARCANGELO DONA DE CARLI GÉRARD DE PALÉZIEUX ALBERT DECARIS EDGAR DEGAS PAUL DELVAUX JAN DIBBETS HERBERT DISTEL PETER DOIG JÖRG DÖRING GUSTAVE-JEAN DU PASQUIER MARCEL DUCHAMP MARLENE DUMAS KEITH EDMIER FRANZ EGGENSCHWILER RAINER EISCH JAMES ENSOR ULRICH ERBEN RITA ERNST ERTE (ROMAIN DE TIRTOFF) M.C. (MAURITS CORNELIS) ESCHER RICHARD ESTES ANGUS FAIRHURST WOJCIECH FANGOR JEAN FAUTRIER CHARLES FAZZINO LEONOR FINI HANS FISCHER BARRY FLANAGAN DAN FLAVIN ANNEMIE FONTANA CORSIN FONTANA GÜNTHER FÖRG SAM FRANCIS HELEN FRANKENTHALER JEAN FRÉLAUT JOHNNY FRIEDLAENDER ERNST FUCHS NAUM GABO JOHANNES GACHNANG PETER GASSER RUPPRECHT GEIGER LUDGER GERDES JOCHEN GERZ CATHERINE GFELLER JOHN GIORNO MILTON GLASER LUO GONGLIU FLORIN GRANWEHR EMILIO GRAU-SALA ALAN GREEN BORIS DMITRIJEWITSCH GRIGORJEW WADE GUYTON FABRICE GYGI MICHEL HAAS ALICE HALICKA PETER HALLEY HERBERT HAMAK RICHARD HAMILTON BENDIX HARMS HANS HARTUNG EBERHARD HAVEKOST YASUO HAYASHI BERNHARD HEISIG HOWARD HODGKIN GERHARD HOEHME CHRISTINA HOFMANN RETO HUBER & MARKUS HUBER ROBERT HUMBLOT GEORGE HURRELL LOUIS ICART LEIKO IKEMURA FRÉ ILGEN ROBERT INDIANA KYOHEI INUKAI INVADER (FRANCK SLAMA) ANDRÉ JACQUEMIN SHIRLEY JAFFE FILIPP JENIKAE JASPER JOHNS BEN JOHNSON ALLAN DUDLEY JONES ILJA KABAKOV ANISH KAPOOR KAWS (BRIAN DONNELLY) ELLSWORTH KELLY EDWARD KIENHOLZ ERNST LUDWIG KIRCHNER KONRAD KLAPHECK PETER KLASEN ROLF KNIE OSKAR KOKOSCHKA FRANTISEK KUPKA MAX KURZWEIL TADAAKI KUWAYAMA JEAN ÉMILE LABOUREUR MARIA LASSNIG UWE LAUSEN KALAL LAXMA GOUD LERMITE (Jean-Pierre Schmid dit) (Le Locle 1920–1977 Les Bayards) Lot de 6 lithographies en noir Maison dans la Nuit. Fin du Jour. La Grande Faucheuse. Le Village. La Clôture. Maisons sous la Neige. Formats divers. Non encadrées. JAMES LICINI RICHARD LINDNER LOS CARPINTEROS LOUIS LOZOWICK MARIETTE LYDIS MICHEL MAJERUS ALFRED MANESSIER ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE FRANZ MARC BRICE MARDEN TON MARS KENNETH MARTIN MANFREDO MASSIRONI EWALD MATARÉ PAUL MCCARTHY JOHN MCCRACKEN LÁSZLÓ MOHOLY-NAGY FRANÇOIS MORELLET PHILIPPE MORISSON SARAH MORRIS CARL MOSER ED MOSES ROBERT MOTHERWELL OTTO MUEHL HARALD F. MÜLLER OTTO MÜLLER THOMAS MÜLLER EDVARD MUNCH YOSHITOMO NARA MARCEL NORTH GUIDO NUSSBAUM CLAES OLDENBURG JULIAN OPIE PAWEL ORLOWSKI GEORGES OUDOT CLAUS OTTO PAEFFGEN BLINKY PALERMO LUCIANO PALMIERI GIULIO PAOLINI STEVEN PARRINO ALDO PATOCCHI GIULIANO PEDRETTI GRAYSON PERRY RICHARD PHILLIPS PISA, A.L. GEORGES HENRI PISSARRO JAUME PLENSA ROBERT POLIDORI SIGMAR POLKE JACKSON POLLOCK LARRY POONS FRANCISQUE POULBOT LOTHAR QUINTE MARKUS RAETZ MEL RAMOS ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG JEAN-PIERRE RAYNAUD PATRICK RAYNAUD TOBIAS REHBERGER GEORGE RICKEY BRIDGET RILEY PIPILOTTI RIST HENRI MARCEL ROBERT UGO RONDINONE TAL R NELLY RUDIN ED RUSCHA ROBERT RYMAN FRED SANDBACK PAOLO SCHEGGI FRANCOIS-LOUIS SCHMIED TONY SCHNEIDERS MANFRED SCHOCH THOMAS SCHÜTTE MICHAEL SCOTT RICHARD SERRA ROMAN SIGNER PHIL SIMS DAN RAMIREZ KIKI SMITH SOHAN QADRI JESÚS RAFAEL SOTO FERDINAND SPINDEL DANIEL SPOERRI EDUARD SPÖRRI LORENZ SPRING BEAT STREULI HIROSHI SUGIMOTO DONALD SULTAN ANTONI TÀPIES LI TIANBING JEAN TINGUELY & NIKI DE SAINT-PHALLE JEAN TINGUELY & JEAN-PIERRE HUSER JOAQUIN TORRES GARCÍA DAVID TREMLETT LILL TSCHUDI CY TWOMBLY RAOUL UBAC GÜNTHER UECKER INEZ VAN LAMSWEERDE SPYROS VASSILIOU BERNAR VENET MARCEL VERTES VIEIRA DE SILVA, MARIA ELENA (Lisbon 1908–1992 Paris) Les piétons de Noël. 1978. Lithograph 373/400. Signed lower right: Vieira de Silva. Image size: 23x17.8 cm, printed on wove paper. Very good condition. Framed. JACQUES VILLEGLÉ (JACQUES MAHÉ DE LA VILLEGLÉ) JORINDE VOIGT FRIEDRICH VORDEMBERGE-GILDEWART ANDY WARHOL ALBAN WELTI HENDRIK NICOLAAS WERKMANN JOHN WESLEY FRANZ WEST JAMES McNEILL WHISTLER EDUARD WIIRALT LUDWIG WILDING GIMMI WILHELM SUE WILLIAMS ERIC ERISTON WINARTO PAUL WUNDERLICH ERWIN WURM FRANZ ANATOL WYSS GAO XINGJIAN YUKINORI YANAGI KAN YASUDA MANOUCHER YEKTAI YUE MIN JUN HERBERT ZANGS ZAO WOU-KI PENG ZHANG GILBERT ZORIO ANDERS ZORN

SELECTED RESULTS Prints & Multiples


PABLO PICASSO

(Málaga 1881–1973 Mougins)
Pique. 1959.
Colour linocut, 3. state. 42/50. Signed in pencil lower right: Picasso, as well as mirror-dated in the plate upper right: 13.10.59. Image 53.3 × 64 cm on wove paper by Arches (with the watermark) 62.2 × 75.3 cm. Published by Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris. Printed by Hidalgo Arnéra, Vallauris.
PABLO PICASSO
PABLO PICASSO

RICHARD SERRA

(San Francisco 1939–2024 New York)
T.E. Siegen. 1999.
Etching. 29/40. Signed and dated in pencil lower right: R. Serra 99. Sheet size 151,1 × 121 cm on Sommerset Satin tan paper. Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles (with the blindstamp). Printed by Matthew Jackson and Carmen Schilaci.
RICHARD SERRA
RICHARD SERRA

CHF 54 000 (hammer price)
All information is subject to change.

ROY LICHTENSTEIN

(1923 New York 1997)
Still life with Picasso. 1973.
Colour screenprint. 8/90. Signed and dated in pencil lower right: rf Lichtenstein '73. On the reverse with the workshop number: RL 73-5066. Image 72.4 × 53.2 cm on firm vélin by Arches 75.9 × 55.8 cm. Published by Propyläen Verlag, Berlin and Panthéon Presse, Rome. Printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles (with the blindstamp).
ROY LICHTENSTEIN
ROY LICHTENSTEIN

CHF 16 000 (hammer price)
All information is subject to change.

ANDY WARHOL

(Pittsburgh 1928–1987 New York)
Goethe. 1982.
Colour screenprint. 55/100. Signed in pencil lower left: Andy Warhol. On the reverse with the red Copyright stamp: Andy Warhol 1982 and the details of the publishers. Sheet size 96.5 × 96.5 cm on Lenox Museum Board. Published by Edition Schellmann & Klüser, Munich/Denise René & Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf. Printed by Rupert Smith, New York (with the blind stamp embrosing). From the same titled 4-part series.
ANDY WARHOL
ANDY WARHOL

CHF 60 000 (hammer price)
All information is subject to change.

BANKSY

(Bristol 1974–lives and works in England)
Flower Thrower Triptych (Grey). 2019.
Colour screenprint on recycled cardboard. 268/300. Signed in pencil on the lower left of the left board: BANKSY. Also numbered on the reverse of the centre and left boards. Sheet size Flowers: 74.9 × 55.1 cm, Thrower: 91.9 × 61.2 cm, Hand: 37.2 × 47 cm. Published by Gross Domestic Product (with the attached label).
BANKSY
BANKSY

JOSEF ALBERS

(Bottrop 1888–1976 New Haven)
GRAY INSTRUMENTATION I. 1974.
Portfolio with 12 colour screenprints, title, imprint and 6 texts by Josef Albers. 36/36. Each signed in pencil lower right: Albers, also titled and numbered lower left: GRAY INSTRUMENTATION Ia-Il. Also numbered in the imprint: 36/36. With the stamp on the reverse: COPYRIGHT JOSEF ALBERS 1974 JA + number. Image 28 × 28 cm on wove paper by Arches 88 48.2 × 48.2 cm. Title, texts and imprint on Japan paper. Published and printed by Tyler Workshop, New York (with the blindstamp). With separate folder. In original box and original slipcase. Complete.
JOSEF ALBERS
JOSEF ALBERS

CHF 75 000

BANKSY

(Bristol 1974–lives and works in England)
No Ball Games (Grey). 2009.
Colour screenprint. 233/250. Signed in pencil lower right: Banksy. Image 61 × 64 cm on wove paper 67 × 70 cm. Published by Pictures on Walls, London (with the blindstamp).
BANKSY
BANKSY

CHF 47 500

JEFF KOONS

(York 1955–lives and works in New York)
Balloon Dog (Blue). 2021.
Multiple. Porcelain. 407/799. With the incised signature, title, date, number and stamp on the backside of a front leg: Jeff Koons BALLOON DOG (BLUE) '21 Limited Edition Bernardaud. Produced at Bernardaud, Limoges. Measurements 40 × 48 × 15.8 cm. In original box.
JEFF KOONS
JEFF KOONS

CHF 22 500

DAMIEN HIRST

(Bristol 1965–lives and works in Devon)
Eternal Sleep (Satin Crystal). 2017.
Multiple. 13/35. Crystal on Corian base. With the incised signature at the lower back of the scull : DHirst. Produced by Lalique (with the incised company name). Measurements incl. base 20 × 16.5 × 22 cm. In original box.
DAMIEN HIRST
DAMIEN HIRST

CHF 18 750

PABLO PICASSO

(Málaga 1881–1973 Mougins)
Visage de femme. 1953.
Plate. Ceramic painted in blue, green, white and black. Decorated with engobes and knife engraved under the glaze. From the edition of 400. On the underside with the stamps: EDITION PICASSO and MADOURA PLEIN FEU. Size 38 × 31 cm.
PABLO PICASSO
PABLO PICASSO

CHF 36 900