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ROMAN SIGNER

ROMAN SIGNER

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

Gleichzeitig. 1999.

Multiple. Iron ball painted in blue, thin string and broken block of clay (original). 50/100. Numbered on the block of clay in pencil: 50. Signed and dated in pencil on the wooden box: R. Signer 99. Measurements 19 × 16 × 12 cm. Measurements of the box 28 × 17 × 24 cm. In original wooden box. This multiples was done for the Biennale di Venezia 1999.


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ROMAN SIGNER

ROMAN SIGNER

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

Schwarze Sonne. (black sun)

Lithograph. 1/50. Signed and dated lower right in pencil: R. Signer 2011. Image 100 × 74 cm on wove paper 107 × 81 cm (visible dimensions). Printed by Stoob, Sankt Gallen (with blind stamp).


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MATIAS SPESCHA

MATIAS SPESCHA

(Trun 1925–2008 Zurich)

Composition. 1985.

Lithograph. EA 10/10, artist's proof, outside the edition of 60. Signed, dated and inscribed verso along the lower edge: M. Spescha 85 C. Sheet size 52 × 54 cm on wove paper.


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MATIAS SPESCHA

MATIAS SPESCHA

(Trun 1925–2008 Zurich)

Untitled. 1980.

Offset lithographs. Each signed and dated lower right in pencil: M. Spescha 80. Sheet size 66 × 39 cm on wove paper (double sheet).


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MATIAS SPESCHA

MATIAS SPESCHA

(Trun 1925–2008 Zurich)

From: Lithographie-Serie 1988/1-3. 1988.

Lithograph. X/X, outside the edition of 60. Signed and dated lower right in pencil: M. Spescha 88. Image 48.3 × 34 cm on wove paper 49.2 × 35.3 cm.


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MATIAS SPESCHA

MATIAS SPESCHA

(Trun 1925–2008 Zurich)

Untitled. 1988.

Colour lithograph. X/X, outside the edition of 60. Signed and dated lower right in pencil: M. Spescha 88. Image 48.5 × 33.9 cm on wove paper 49.7 × 35.1 cm (visible dimensions).


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FRANK STELLA

FRANK STELLA

(Malden/Massachusetts 1936–lives and works in New York)

Shards I. 1982. From: Shards.

Colour lithograph and -screenprint. 96/100. Signed and dated in pencil lower right: F. Stella '82. Sheet size 115.6 × 101 cm on wove paper by Arches. Printed by John Hutcheson, James Welty, Spencer Tomkins, Norman Lassiter. Published by Petersburg Press, New York. Sheet 1 from the 9-part series "Shards".


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ANTONI TÀPIES

ANTONI TÀPIES

(1923 Barcelona 2012)

A.L. 231. 1984.

Colour lithograph. 35/120. Signed lower right: Tàpies. Sheet size 90 × 60 cm on wove paper by BFK Rives (with the watermark). Published by Galerie Lelong, Paris. Printed by Atelier Lelong, Paris. Lithograph for the Tàpies-exhibition poster, Galerie Lelong, Paris (21.11.1984 - 05.01.1985).


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HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC

HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC

(Albi 1864-1901 Castle Malromé/Gironde)

Madame Simon-Girard, Brasseur et Guy, dans la Belle Hélène. 1900.

Lithograph. 19/30. With the red monogram stamp lower right and monogrammed on the stone upper left: TL. Inscribed and signed in pencil lower right: à Nous le Capitole T-Lautrec. Image 53 × 46 cm on wove paper 71.5 × 53.5 cm. Published by Kleinmann, Paris (with the blind stamp).


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VARLIN (WILLY GUGGENHEIM)

VARLIN (WILLY GUGGENHEIM)

(Zurich 1900–1977 Bondo)

Untitled.

Colour lithograph. 7/100. Signed lower left in pencil: VARLIN. Image 86 × 57 cm on wove paper 90 × 64 cm.


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VICTOR VASARELY

VICTOR VASARELY

(Pecs 1906–1997 Paris)

Untitled.

Colour lithograph. 115/120. Signed lower right in pencil: Vasarely. Image 22 × 32.7 cm on wove paper.


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VICTOR VASARELY

VICTOR VASARELY

(Pecs 1906–1997 Paris)

Untitled.

Colour silkscreen. 26/250. Signed lower right in pencil: Vasarely. Image 62.5 × 40 cm on wove paper XXX.


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AI WEIWEI

AI WEIWEI

(Beijing 1957–lives and works in Berlin)

Artist's Hand. 2017.

Multiple. Urethane resin with galvanised rhodium. From an edition of 1000. With incised signature: Wei Ai. Dimensions 12.5 × 9.5 × 10.8 cm. Produced by Public Art Fund, USA. With original box.


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