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PIERO DORAZIO

PIERO DORAZIO

(Rome 1927–2005 Perugia)

Untitled. 1994.

Colour silkscreen. From an edition of 120. Signed and dated in white pencil lower right: Piero Dorazio 1994. Sheet size 74 × 104 cm on wove paper.


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JEAN DUBUFFET

JEAN DUBUFFET

(Le Havre 1901–1985 Paris)

From: Le flux même. 1975.

Colour silkscreen. bon à tirer, outside the edition of 50. Monogrammed and dated in pencil lower right: J.D. 18/12/75. Image 28 × 19 cm BFK Rives wove paper (with the watermark) 32 × 24.5 cm (double sheet). Published by Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris.


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ANDRÉ DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC

ANDRÉ DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC

(Boussy–Saint Antoine 1884–1974 Paris)

3 sheets. Untitled.

Lot of 3 lithographs. VII/X. Signed lower right: A. Dunoyer de Segonzac. Image 39.5 × 59 cm on Japan paper 43 × 62.5 cm. VII/X. Signed lower right: A. Dunoyer de Segonzac. Image 39 × 60 cm on Japan paper 43.3 × 63.1 cm. VII/X. Signed lower right: A. Dunoyer de Segonzac. Image 39.5 × 30.2 cm on Japan paper 43 × 33 cm.


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SHEPARD FAIREY

SHEPARD FAIREY

(Charleston 1970)

Damaged wrong path mural. 2018.

Colour silkscreen. 28/75. Signed ad dated lower right in pencil: sf 18. Image 70 × 134 cm on wove paper 81 × 145 cm. Published and printed by OBEY (with blind stamp).


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CHARLES FAZZINO

CHARLES FAZZINO

(New York 1955–lives and works in New York)

Wedding Nite, New York.

Colour silkscreen, 3D collage. 35 AP/ 50 AP. Signed in pencil lower right: Charles Fazzino, also titled lower centre: Wedding Nite, New York. Sight size 72 × 88 cm.


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FERDINAND GEHR

FERDINAND GEHR

(Niederglatt 1896–1996 Altstätten)

Poppies. 1978.

Lithograph. From an unknown edition. Signed lower right: F. Gehr as well as signed on the stone: F. Gehr. Sheet size 46 59.5 on wove paper.


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RICHARD HAMILTON

RICHARD HAMILTON

(1922 London 2011)

Kent State. 1970.

Colour silkscreen. 1172/5000. Signed lower right in pencil: RHamilton. Image 67 × 87 cm on wove paper 72.5 × 92 cm.


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H.R. (HANS RUDOLF) GIGER

H.R. (HANS RUDOLF) GIGER

(Chur 1940–2014 Zurich)

2 sheets.: From: Alien. 1978.

Lot of 2 colour offsets. 1. 330/350. Signed lower right in white, also entitled and dated in the print: H Giger, ALIEN, 78. Sheet 70.3 × 100 cm. 2. 330/350. Signed lower right in white, also entitled and dated in the print: H Giger, ALIEN 78. Sheet 70.2 × 100 cm. Printed by Albin Uldry, Bern (stamp verso).


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H.R. (HANS RUDOLF) GIGER

H.R. (HANS RUDOLF) GIGER

(Chur 1940–2014 Zurich)

4 sheets.: From: New York City. 1982.

Lot of 4 colour silkscreens. 209/350. Each signed lower right in white: H Giger. Printed verso: Screenprinting in Switzerland by A. Uldry. Sheet size 70 × 50 cm. From the series: New York City. 1982.


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H.R. (HANS RUDOLF) GIGER

H.R. (HANS RUDOLF) GIGER

(Chur 1940–2014 Zurich)

2 sheets.: Patent Ochsner. 1972. Kopf. 1983.

Lot of 2 prints: Colour offset. 53/90. Signed lower right: H Giger, also entitled in the print: ZH CH 70070 Patent Ochsner. Sheet 79.5 × 59.5 cm. Colour silkscreen. 559/1000. Signed lower right in white, also signed and dated in the print: H Giger 84. Sheet 93.8 × 66.2 cm.


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KÄTHE KOLLWITZ

KÄTHE KOLLWITZ

(Königsberg 1867-1945 Moritzburg near Dresden)

Bewaffnung in einem Gewölbe. 1921.

Etching, state X. Inscribed lower right in the stone: Originalradierung von Käthe Kollwitz, also dated lower left: 1921. In addtion, with note on the wove paper????: Käthe Kollwitz, Bauernkrieg Bl. 4. Image 48 × 31.5 cm on wove paper 68 × 52 cm.


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KÄTHE KOLLWITZ

KÄTHE KOLLWITZ

(Königsberg 1867-1945 Moritzburg near Dresden)

Gefallen. 1920.

Lithograph. State IIc. From an unknown edition. Signed lower right in pencil: Käthe Kollwitz. Image 42 × 40 cm on wove paper 64.6 × 46.7 cm.


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FRIEDRICH KUHN

FRIEDRICH KUHN

(Schönenwerd 1926–1972 Zurich)

Die Palme des Friedrich Kuhn. 1968.

Colour offset. Signed and dated lower right in the print: Friedrich Kuhn 68. Image 124 × 85 cm on paper 128 × 90 cm.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

Modulor. 1950/56.

Colour lithograph. From an unknown edition. Signed and dated in the stone lower right: Paris 20/2.56 Le Corbusier, also monogrammed and dated in the stone in the centre of the right margin: LC 50. Image 70.6 × 53 cm on Arches wove paper (with the watermark) 73.5 × 54 cm.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

UNITÉ XX. 1953.

Colour etching and aquatint. 91/130. Signed lower right in pencil: Le Corbusier as well as monogrammed and dated lower left in the plate: L-C 15 8 53. Image 41.3 × 31.3 cm on BFK Rives wove paper 57 × 45.7 cm.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

Taureau. 1963.

Colour lithograph. Signed, dated and monogrammed in the plate lower right: L-C 17/2/63 Le Corbusier. Sheet size 110 × 74 cm on wove paper.


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VERENA LOEWENSBERG

VERENA LOEWENSBERG

(1912 Zurich 1986)

Untitled. 1981.

Colour silkscreen 133/150. Signed and dated in pencil lower right: Loewensberg 81. Image 35 × 35 cm on wove paper 75 × 55 cm.


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MARKUS LÜPERTZ

MARKUS LÜPERTZ

(Reichenberg 1941–lives and works in Dusseldorf)

Hölderlin. 2012.

Colour etching. 6/15. Signed lower right in pencil: ML. Image 69.2 × 49 cm on wove paper 93.5 × 69.5 cm.


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JEAN LURÇAT

JEAN LURÇAT

(Bruyères 1892 - 1966 Saint-Paul-de-Vence)

Le Coq.

Plate. Red ceramic with glazed painting in white, dark green, yellow and red. From an unknown edition. Signed on the underside: Jean Lurcat. 50 × 45 cm.


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ANDRÉ MASSON

ANDRÉ MASSON

(Balagny–sur–Thérain 1896–1987 Paris)

3 sheets: Place de la Concorde. Paris - Eiffel Tower. Composition.

Lot of 3 lithographs. VII/X. 1. Image 39.3 × 30 cm on wove paper 43 × 33 cm. 2. Image 39.6 × 30.3 cm on wove paper 43 × 32.7 cm. 3. Image 39 × 60.6 cm on wove paper 43.2 × 63 cm.


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LEROY NEIMAN

LEROY NEIMAN

(Minnesota 1921 - 2012 New York)

Grand Escalier. 1980.

Colour silkscreen. 226/300. Signed lower right in pencil: LeRoy Neiman. Image 77 × 63 cm on wove paper 101 × 85.5 cm.


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PORTFOLIO

PORTFOLIO

ZÜRCHER KUNSTGESELLSCHAFT (ZURICH ART SOCIETY)

Portfolio with 7 prints by Martin Disler (aquatint and vernis mou), Peter Emch (linocut), Barbara Heé (vernis mou and aquatint ), Josef Felix Müller (colour woodcut), Markus Raetz (colour aquatint), Klaudia Schifferle (drypoint and aquatint), Rolf Winnewisser (colour lithograph), as well as the foreword by Ursula Perruchi-Petri, the cover page and the table of contents. 7/75. Each signed and dated in pencil by the artist. Varying image sizes on wove paper 68 x 72 cm. Published by Kunsthaus Zurich. Printed by Aldo Crommelynck, Paris/ Peter Kneubühler, Zurich/ Erker-Presse, St. Gallen and Richard Steffen, Langenthal. In original case. Complete.


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GERHARD RICHTER

GERHARD RICHTER

(Dresden 1932–lives and works in Cologne)

Plakat Düsseldorf. 1971.

Colour offset lithograph. From an edition of 1000. Signed and dated lower left in pencil: G. Richter 1971. Described below the motif in black printed text: Gerhard Richter Arbeiten 1962-1971. Kunst verein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf Grabbeplatz Kunsthalle, and with the exhibition dates. Image 45.6 × 66.4 cm on granulated offset paper 62.6 × 81 cm. Published by Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf. Printed by Wust, Düsseldorf. The motif is based on a photograph of the oil painting of the Teyde landscape from 1971, the poster was produced on the occasion of the exhibition mentioned above.


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GERHARD RICHTER

GERHARD RICHTER

(Dresden 1932–lives and works in Cologne)

Abstraktes Bild. 1991.

Colour-offset lithograph. From an unknown edition. Signed in pencil lower right: Richter. Inscribed in the print lower margin: Gerhard Richter, Abstraktes Bild, 1977, also lower right: © Gerhard Richter, 1991, Best.Nr.: 206, Achenbach Art Edition / Düsseldorf. Image 49 × 74 cm on wove paper 70 × 90 cm. Published by Achenbach Art Edition, Düsseldorf.


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KARL SCHMIDT-ROTTLUFF

KARL SCHMIDT-ROTTLUFF

(Rottluff near Chemnitz 1884-1976 Berlin)

Bäume im Winter. 1905.

Woodcut. From an unknown edition. Signed with monogram stamp lower right: SR, also monogrammed in the block lower right: SR. 12.1 × 16.8 cm on Japan paper 20 × 25 cm.


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