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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.

Silke Stahlschmidt and Clarisse Doge are pleased to provide a no-obligation valuation of your works in view of a possible auction consignment.

We accept consignments until the end of April for the June/July auction and until the end of September for the December auction.

NEXT AUCTION: DECEMBER 2022
CONSIGNMENTS NOW ACCEPTED





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If you wish to consign to one of our auctions, we will value your artworks free of charge. Please send us photos if possible, or call us. We will arrange an appointment to view your property at your home or in one of our offices in Zurich, Geneva, Genoa, Munich or Düsseldorf. You will then receive our auction estimates so that you can make your decision.

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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 FRANCIS ALŸS RICHARD JOSEPH ANUSZKIEWICZ SHUSAKU ARAKAWA NOBUYOSHI ARAKI AVIGDOR ARIKHA FRANCIS BACON JOHN BALDESSARI BANKSY WERNER BERGES LEONARDO BEZZOLA TAMARA BIALECKA MARTIN BOYCE GEORGES BRAQUE YVES BRAYER MARCEL BROODTHAERS HELLMUT BRUCH DANIELE BUETTI DANIEL BUREN BALTHASAR BURKHARD ALBERTO BURRI MIRIAM CAHN BRIAN CALVIN MASSIMO CAMPIGLI JEAN CARZOU EDGAR CHAHINE IVAN CHERMAYEFF EDUARDO CHILLIDA PIERRE CLERK CHUCK CLOSE RENÉ CREVEL MARTHA CUNZ ALLAN D'ARCANGELO GÉRARD DE PALÉZIEUX ALBERT DECARIS EDGAR DEGAS PAUL DELVAUX JAN DIBBETS HERBERT DISTEL PETER DOIG GUSTAVE-JEAN DU PASQUIER MARCEL DUCHAMP MARLENE DUMAS KEITH EDMIER RAINER EISCH JAMES ENSOR ERTE (ROMAIN DE TIRTOFF) M.C. (MAURITS CORNELIS) ESCHER RICHARD ESTES WOJCIECH FANGOR CHARLES FAZZINO LEONOR FINI HANS FISCHER BARRY FLANAGAN DAN FLAVIN ANNEMIE FONTANA CORSIN FONTANA HELEN FRANKENTHALER JEAN FRÉLAUT JOHNNY FRIEDLAENDER ERNST FUCHS NAUM GABO JOHANNES GACHNANG PETER GASSER RUPPRECHT GEIGER JOCHEN GERZ CATHERINE GFELLER MILTON GLASER EMILIO GRAU-SALA BORIS DMITRIJEWITSCH GRIGORJEW MICHEL HAAS ALICE HALICKA PETER HALLEY HERBERT HAMAK RICHARD HAMILTON BENDIX HARMS EBERHARD HAVEKOST YASUO HAYASHI BERNHARD HEISIG HOWARD HODGKIN GERHARD HOEHME CHRISTINA HOFMANN ROBERT HUMBLOT GEORGE HURRELL LOUIS ICART LEIKO IKEMURA FRÉ ILGEN ROBERT INDIANA KYOHEI INUKAI INVADER (FRANCK SLAMA) ANDRÉ JACQUEMIN JASPER JOHNS ALLAN DUDLEY JONES ANISH KAPOOR KAWS (BRIAN DONNELLY) ELLSWORTH KELLY EDWARD KIENHOLZ ERNST LUDWIG KIRCHNER KONRAD KLAPHECK PETER KLASEN ROLF KNIE OSKAR KOKOSCHKA FRANTISEK KUPKA JEAN ÉMILE LABOUREUR MARIA LASSNIG 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. RICHARD LINDNER LOUIS LOZOWICK MARIETTE LYDIS MICHEL MAJERUS ALFRED MANESSIER ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE FRANZ MARC BRICE MARDEN TON MARS MANFREDO MASSIRONI PAUL MCCARTHY LÁSZLÓ MOHOLY-NAGY FRANÇOIS MORELLET SARAH MORRIS CARL MOSER ED MOSES ROBERT MOTHERWELL OTTO MUEHL OTTO MÜLLER EDVARD MUNCH YOSHITOMO NARA MARCEL NORTH GUIDO NUSSBAUM CLAES OLDENBURG JULIAN OPIE GEORGES OUDOT BLINKY PALERMO LUCIANO PALMIERI GIULIO PAOLINI ALDO PATOCCHI GIULIANO PEDRETTI RICHARD PHILLIPS PISA, A.L. GEORGES HENRI PISSARRO JAUME PLENSA SIGMAR POLKE JACKSON POLLOCK FRANCISQUE POULBOT LOTHAR QUINTE MARKUS RAETZ MEL RAMOS ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG TOBIAS REHBERGER BRIDGET RILEY PIPILOTTI RIST HENRI MARCEL ROBERT ED RUSCHA ROBERT RYMAN FRED SANDBACK PAOLO SCHEGGI FRANCOIS-LOUIS SCHMIED TONY SCHNEIDERS MANFRED SCHOCH THOMAS SCHÜTTE RICHARD SERRA ROMAN SIGNER DAN RAMIREZ KIKI SMITH SOHAN QADRI JESÚS RAFAEL SOTO EDUARD SPÖRRI BEAT STREULI DONALD SULTAN JEAN TINGUELY & NIKI DE SAINT-PHALLE JEAN TINGUELY & JEAN-PIERRE HUSER JOAQUIN TORRES GARCÍA DAVID TREMLETT CY TWOMBLY RAOUL UBAC INEZ VAN LAMSWEERDE 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 DE LA VILLEGLÉ JORINDE VOIGT FRIEDRICH VORDEMBERGE-GILDEWART ALBAN WELTI JOHN WESLEY JAMES McNEILL WHISTLER EDUARD WIIRALT GIMMI WILHELM PAUL WUNDERLICH ERWIN WURM FRANZ ANATOL WYSS GAO XINGJIAN YUKINORI YANAGI YUE MIN JUN ZAO WOU-KI ANDERS ZORN

SELECTED RESULTS Prints & Multiples


FRANCIS BACON

(Dublin 1909–1992 Madrid)
Étude pour un portrait du Pape Innocent X d'après Vélasquez. 1989.
Colour lithograph. E.A., artist's proof outside the edition 60. Image 94.5 × 68.5 cm on wove paper by Arches (with the watermark) 120 × 77 cm. Published and printed by Librairie Seguier for IRCAM, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.
FRANCIS BACON
FRANCIS BACON

CHF 51 540

NIKI DE SAINT-PHALLE

(Neuilly-sur-Seine 1930–2002 San Diego)
Nana with golden turban. 1986.
Multiple. Polyester resin, painted. 9/25. With the incised signature on the underside: Niki. also with the foundery stamp: HALIGON. Measurements 38 × 16 × 19 cm.
38 × 16 × 19 cm.
NIKI DE SAINT-PHALLE
NIKI DE SAINT-PHALLE

CHF 43 000

ROY LICHTENSTEIN

(1923 New York City 1997)
I love liberty. 1982.
Colour screenprint. 79/250. Signed and dated lower right: rf Lichtenstein © 82. Image 82 × 53.5 cm on wove paper by Arches 97.5 × 68.5 cm. Published by the the artist and People of the American Way, Washington. Printed by La Paloma, Los Angeles.
ROY LICHTENSTEIN
ROY LICHTENSTEIN

CHF 61 300

KEITH HARING

(Reading 1958–1990 New York City)
From: The Fertility Suite. 1983.
Colour screenprint. 70/100. Signed and dated in pencil on the lower right margin: K. Haring 83. Image 102 × 120.2 cm on firm wove paper 106.5 × 127 cm. Published by Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York.
KEITH HARING
KEITH HARING

CHF 61 300

FRANZ GERTSCH

(Mörigen 1930–lives and works in Rüschegg)
Gräser. #13. 2004.
Woodcut in colours. 13/27. Signed in pencil on the reverse: Franz Gertsch. Image 125 x 124.5 cm on Kumohadamashi Japan paper by Heizaburo Iwano 153 x 153 cm. Printed by Nik Hausmann, Franz and Maria Gertsch. Unique in colour. In the original artist's frame.
FRANZ GERTSCH
FRANZ GERTSCH

CHF 79 600

PABLO PICASSO

(Málaga 1881–1973 Mougins)
Femme / Vase deux anses hautes. 1952.
Vase. Ceramic painted in black and white, partially glazed. Decorated with engobes and knife engraved under the glaze. From the edition of 400. Inscribed on the underside: EDITION PICASSO, as well as with the stamps: EDITION PICASSO and MADOURA PLEIN FEU (hardly readable). Height 39.6 cm. Tiny dents.
PABLO PICASSO
PABLO PICASSO

CHF 53 980

MARC CHAGALL

(Witebsk 1887–1985 Saint-Paul-de-Vence)
Le rêve de Paris. 1969/70.
Colour lithograph. 45/75. Signed in pencil lower right: Marc Chagall. Image 89.3 × 63.5 cm on wove paper by Arches (with the watermark) 101.7 × 71.8 cm. Published by Éditions Maeght. Minimally trimmed.
MARC CHAGALL
MARC CHAGALL

CHF 24 700

JOAN MIRÓ

(Montroig near Barcelona 1893–1983 Palma de Mallorca)
Femme au Miroir. 1957.
Colour lithograph. 145/150. Signed in pencil lower right: Miró. Image 38 × 56 cm on wove paper by Arches (with the trimmed watermark) 39 × 56.4 cm. Published by Maeght. Printed by Mourlot.
JOAN MIRÓ
JOAN MIRÓ

CHF 29 580

JESÚS RAFAEL SOTO

(Ciudad Bolivar/Venezuela 1923–2005 Paris)
Homenaje al Humano.
Multiple. Screenprint metal and wood. 17/175. On the backside signed: Soto. Measurements 50 × 66 × 12 cm.
JESÚS RAFAEL SOTO
JESÚS RAFAEL SOTO

CHF 21 040

FRANK STELLA

(Malden/Massachusetts 1936–lives and works in New York)
V-Series. 1968.
Portfolio of 8 colour lithographs. 28/100. Signed and dated in pencil lower right and left: F. Stella '68. Varying image sizes on wove paper 41.5 × 56.5 cm / 41 × 73 cm / 41.5 × 89.5 cm. Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles (with the blindstamp, as well as verso with the stamp). Printed by James Webb, Charles Ritt, Dan Gualdoni, George Page, Bruce Lowney. Complete. Partly colour deviation.
FRANK STELLA
FRANK STELLA

CHF 45 440