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ANDY WARHOL

ANDY WARHOL

(Pittsburgh 1928–1987 New York)

"Photographs", 1976-1979. Portfolio with 12 original-photographs.

Gelatin silver prints on Agfa paper. Slightly later prints, printed under the supervision of Chris Makos. The verso of each fully signed by the artist and numbered 208/250 by another hand. Zurich, Bruno Bischofberger and New York, Andy Warhol Photographs, 1980. The prints each 50 x 40.5 cm, image dimensions approx. 42 x 29.5 cm (vertical and horizontal formats); mats 66 x 51 cm; case 69.5 x 53 cm. [2] sheets. Title and plate list; prints inserted in mats, together loose in original, half-leather case with blind-stamped title on the spine. - One of 250 hand-numbered copies.


Sold for CHF 18 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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OLAF BREUNING

OLAF BREUNING

(Schaffhausen 1970–lives and works in New York City)

Ankunft II, 1999.

Chromogenic colour print fix mounted on aluminium plate.

122 × 155 cm.

The verso mounted with 2 gallery labels, 1 of which with signature "Olaf” and printed legend, as well as numbered "E. A. 1” from an edition of 3 and 2 AP.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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LUC FOURNOL

LUC FOURNOL

(1931–2007)

Louis Armstrong, 17 November 1955.

Archival pigment print fix mounted on aluminium plate. Later print.

58 × 99 cm.

Signed lower right. Verso with photographer's stamp on mounted label. Framed.


Sold for CHF 1 188 (including buyer’s premium)
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CANDICE BREITZ

CANDICE BREITZ

(1972 Johannesburg–lives and works in Berlin)

Babel Mirror, 2000. 3 original photographs. Video stills.

Chromogenic colour prints fix mounted on aluminium (mirror polystyrene).

Each 31 × 179.5 cm.

Each signed "C Breitz", titled, numbered 11/20 or 9/20 and dated not the verso. From an edition of 20 + VIII A. P.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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PETER FISCHLI DAVID WEISS

PETER FISCHLI DAVID WEISS

(Zurich 1952–lives and works in Zurich/1946 Zurich 2012)

Airports, 1990. With 1 loose signed and numbered original photograph and 40 illustrations.

Chromogenic colour print. Vintage. Image dimension 25.6 × 38 cm; sheet dimension 29.4 × 41.4 cm. Numbered 84/120 and signed "Fischli" and "David Weiss” below the image. Zurich, Patrick Frey and Valencia, IVAM, 1990. [44] leaves. 30.3 × 42.5 cm. Original pasteboard binding with titles on spine and cover.


Sold for CHF 2 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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GEORGES ROUSSE

GEORGES ROUSSE

(Paris 1947–lives and works in Paris)

Rue des bons enfants, 1997. Diptych.

Dye destruction prints fix mounted on aluminium plates. Vintages.

160 and 159 x 124.5 cm.

From an edition of 3.


Sold for CHF 16 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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ROMAN SIGNER

ROMAN SIGNER

(Appenzell 1938–lives and works in St. Gallen)

"Mütze mit Rakete, 1983". Super 8 film stills. 4 original photographs.

Chromogenic colour prints fix mounted on aluminium/Dibond plate under plexiglas. Vintages.

Each 39.5 × 49.5 cm.

The verso of each mounted with 2 gallery labels with print legend, inventory number "RS/F 85” and numbering 2/10 (+ 3 artist’s proofs).


Sold for CHF 6 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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ROBERT DOISNEAU

ROBERT DOISNEAU

(Gentilly 1912–1994 Paris)

"3 secondes d'éternité", 1973.

Gelatin silver print. Vintage.

23.2 × 30.8 cm.

Verso with agency and photographer's stamp with address "8, Rue d'Alger - Paris 1er", multiple stamps, handwritten notes.


Sold for CHF 550 (including buyer’s premium)
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FLORIS MICHAEL NEUSÜSS

FLORIS MICHAEL NEUSÜSS

(Remscheid-Lennep 1937–2020 Kassel)

Abstraction, 1959-1967. 9 original photographs.

Gelatin silver prints on Agfa paper. Vintages.

Image dimension each approx. 20 × 23 to 35.5 × 25.5 cm; sheet dimension 30 × 40.3 cm (vertical and horizontal formats).

Verso of each with photographer's stamp and/or mounted photographer's label with address "floris m. neusüss, Pestalozzistrasse 28, D-3500 Kassel", each with hand annotation or date, 1 print fully signed.


Sold for CHF 300 (including buyer’s premium)
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FLORIS MICHAEL NEUSÜSS

FLORIS MICHAEL NEUSÜSS

(Remscheid-Lennep 1937–2020 Kassel)

Hommage à Niécephore Niepce. 6 original photographs.

Gelatin silver prints on Agfa paper. Vintages.

Image dimension each approx. 20.5 × 29.5 cm; sheet dimension 29 × 40 cm.

Hand annotated below the image, 1 print monogrammed and dated, the verso of each mounted with photographer's label with address "Floris M. Neusüss, Pestalozzistrasse 28, D 3500 Kassel".


Sold for CHF 525 (including buyer’s premium)
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JOSEF VETROVSKY

JOSEF VETROVSKY

(1897 Prague 1944)

Shadow play with nude and circular form, c. 1930.

Toned gelatin silver print on firm paper. Later print.

Image dimension 23 × 30.3 cm; sheet dimension 27.9 × 37.1 cm.

The lower right corner of the image with blind stamped photographer's stamp "Copyright - Josef Vetrovsky Prague". Matted.


Sold for CHF 688 (including buyer’s premium)
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RENÉ GROEBLI

RENÉ GROEBLI

(Zurich 1927–lives and works in Zurich)

Entkleiden, 1952. From the series "Auge der Liebe".

Platinum-palladium print. Later print, dated 2019.

Image dimension 90 × 60 cm.

Fully signed on the verso, with photographer's stamp with numbering 6/7 (from a series of 7 + A.P.), year of creation and printing and motif number 516. Matted, framed. Fully signed lower right on the mat. The reverse of the frame mounted with photographer's label with address, also fully signed, numbered, motif no., date of creation and printing.


Sold for CHF 6 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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RENÉ GROEBLI

RENÉ GROEBLI

(Zurich 1927–lives and works in Zurich)

"Sitzender Akt", 1952. From the series "Auge der Liebe".

Platinum-palladium print. Later print, dated 2018.

Image dimension 90 × 60 cm.

Fully signed on the verso, with photographer's stamp with numbering, year of creation and printing and motif number 521. Matted, framed. Fully signed lower right on the mat. The reverse of the frame mounted with photographer's label with address, also fully signed and numbered"A.P. 2” (from a series of 7 + A.P.), motif no., date of creation and printing.


Sold for CHF 6 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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RENÉ GROEBLI

RENÉ GROEBLI

(Zurich 1927–lives and works in Zurich)

L'Oeil de l'Amour, 1996. Portfolio with 12 signed original photographs.

Platinum-palladium prints. Later prints, hand printed by the photographer. Image dimension each 24.5 × 34.5 cm; sheet dimension each 41 × 31 cm; 1 print 14.5 ×18 cm. The verso of each fully signed, with photographer's stamp with motif number and creation year. 5 prints additionally fully signed on the recto. [2] leaves. (front matter and preface/imprint); photographs. The title page fully signed and numbered A.P (one of 2 copies, outside the edition of 7). Original half-leather case (53.5 × 42 cm) with blind stamped title on the spine and mounted original photograph (24 × 18 cm).


Sold for CHF 13 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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LUCIEN CLERGUE

LUCIEN CLERGUE

(Arles 1934–2014 Nîmes)

"Nu de la Mer - Camargue 1965".

Gelatin silver print on Baryta paper. Later print, dated 1975.

Image dimension 22.7 × 33.6 cm; sheet dimension 26.3 × 36.6 cm.

Numbered 2/20 and fully signed below. Additionally numbered, fully signed, with photographer's stamp and handwritten annotations and dating on the verso. Matted.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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LILIAN BASSMAN

LILIAN BASSMAN

(1917 New York 2012)

Barbara Mullen, Blowing Kiss Variant, 1950.

Gelatin-silver print. Later print, probably 1994.

Image dimension 38 × 36 cm; sheet dimension 50.5 × 40.4 cm.

Fully signed and hand-numbered 21/25 on verso. Matted, framed (63.5 × 53 cm). Gallery label with printed legend mounted on the reverse of the frame.


Sold for CHF 8 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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LILIAN BASSMAN

LILIAN BASSMAN

(1917 New York 2012)

Barbara Mullen, Flat Hat Bare Back, 1958.

Gelatin-silver print. Later print, probably 1994.

Image dimension 38 × 36 cm; sheet dimension 50.5 × 40.4 cm.

Fully signed and hand-numbered 4/25 on verso. Matted, framed (63.5 × 53 cm). Gallery label with printed legend mounted on the reverse of the frame.


Sold for CHF 6 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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LUCIEN CLERGUE

LUCIEN CLERGUE

(Arles 1934–2014 Nîmes)

"Mort du Taureau, Nimes, c. 1977".

Gelatin silver print. Slightly later print, dated 1983.

Image dimension 24 × 35.5 cm; sheet dimension 28.5 × 40.5 cm.

Fully signed lower right, verso with handwritten legend with dating and numbering E.A. Matted.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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ELLIOTT ERWITT

ELLIOTT ERWITT

(Paris 1928–lives and works in America)

"New York City, 1946".

Gelatin silver print on Baryta paper. Later print.

Image dimension 30.6 × 44.6 cm; sheet dimension 40.7 × 50.5 cm.

Fully signed on the right below the image. Additionally signed, annotated and dated on verso.


Sold for CHF 2 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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ERNST HAAS

ERNST HAAS

(Vienna 1921–1986 New York)

Flamingos over Lake Huntington, Kenya, 1970. From the series "Creation".

Dye transfer print. Vintage.

Image dimension 37 × 57 cm; sheet dimension 50 x 60.5 cm.

Fully signed lower right in the image. Matted.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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RENÉ GROEBLI

RENÉ GROEBLI

(Zurich 1927–lives and works in Zurich)

Rail Magic/ Magie der Schiene, 2016. Portfolio with 12 signed original photographs.

Platinum-palladium prints. Later prints. Image dimension each 37.5 × 35 cm; sheet dimension each 43 × 32 cm. The verso of each fully signed, numbered 4/12, with photographer's stamp with motif number and creation year. [2] leaves (front matter and text leaf); Photographs. The title page fully signed and numbered 4/12 (+2 A.P.). Original half-cloth case with mounted cover illustration (52 × 41 cm).


Sold for CHF 13 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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RENÉ GROEBLI

RENÉ GROEBLI

(Zurich 1927–lives and works in Zurich)

Locomotive from the series "Magie der Schiene", 1949.

Gelatin silver print on Baryta paper. Later print, dated 1992.

Image dimension 34 × 44.7 cm; sheet dimension 40.5 × 50.5 cm.

Matted. Fully signed on verso, num. "h.c.", inventory number 577, dated and photographer's stamp. Additionally fully signed on the mat.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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RENE GROEBLI

RENE GROEBLI

(Zurich 1927–lives and works in Zurich)

"London in Bloomsbury, 1949".

Carbon pigment fine print. Later print, dated 2011.

Image dimension 36 × 45.5 cm.

Matted, framed. Fully signed lower left on the mat, the reverse of the frame mounted with photographer's label with handwritten title, num. 3/20 (+2 AP), dated and additionally fully signed.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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HANS BAUMGARTNER

HANS BAUMGARTNER

(Altnau 1911–1996 Frauenfeld)

Erlebnis - Ereignis - Ergebnis, 1935. 8 original photographs.

Gelatin silver prints on Agfa paper and 1 Lambda print on Kodak paper. 7 vintages and 1 later print.

18.5 × 29.5 to 20.8 × 30.5 cm (vertical and horizontal formats).

Verso with photographer's stamp, handwritten inventory number, partly hand annotated and dated. Each matted, loose in a private cloth case with blind-stamped cover title.


Sold for CHF 3 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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HANS BAUMGARTNER

HANS BAUMGARTNER

(Altnau 1911–1996 Frauenfeld)

3 original photographs, 1937-1958.

Gelatin silver print fix mounted on wooden panel. Later prints.

Each approx. 40 × 30 cm.

Verso of each fully signed twice, hand annotated, photographer's copyright stamp "Photo Hans Baumgartner, Steckborn-Schweiz, Tel. 054-82222", as well as negative number.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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