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JOHN M. ARMLEDER

JOHN M. ARMLEDER

(Geneva 1948–lives and works in Geneva and other locations)

Untitled. 2008.

Colour silkscreen. 1/1. Signed and dated in felt-tip pen verso: J Armleder 2008. Image 53.5 × 41.5 cm on silver foil 60.1 × 50.2 cm.


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BANKSY

BANKSY

(Bristol 1974 – lives and works in England and other places)

Love Welcomes Mat.

Multiple. Door mat with remains of a life jacket. No. 2472 from an open edition. With the label on the reverse: Gross Domestic Product # 2472. Banksy in collaboration with LOVE WELCOMES. Measurements 44 × 63 cm. Published in cooperation with the organisation "Love Welcomes". Produced by women in a Greek refugee camp. In original wrapping.


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BECK & JUNG (Holger Backstrom & Bo Ljungberg)

BECK & JUNG (Holger Backstrom & Bo Ljungberg)

(1939 Sweden 1997)(1939 Sweden 2007)

Untitled. 1973.

Multiple. Double-sided colour printed board in metal grid. 79/125. Signed and dated lower right in ball point pen: Beck & Jung 1973, also information on the artists on a label verso. 42.5 × 59.5 cm.


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BEN (VAUTIER)

BEN (VAUTIER)

(Napels 1935–lives and works in Nice)

Ich bin wie ich bin. 2002.

Silkscreen. 23/49. Signed lower right in white felt tip pen: Ben. Image 40 × 60 cm on wove paper 50.5 × 71 cm.


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BEN (VAUTIER)

BEN (VAUTIER)

(Naples 1935–lives and works in Nice)

Jedem sein Held. 2014.

Silkscreen. 36/59. Signed lower right in white felt tip pen: Ben. Sheet size 50 × 40 cm on black wove paper.


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BEN (VAUTIER)

BEN (VAUTIER)

(Naples 1935–lives and works in Nice)

ist alles Kunst? 2015.

Silkscreen. 33/50. Signed lower right in white crayon: Ben. Sheet size 50 × 50 cm on black wove paper.


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MIGUEL BERROCAL

MIGUEL BERROCAL

(Villanueva de Algaidas 1933–2006 Antequera)

Michèle. 1969.

Multiple. Brass. From an unknown edition. Height 15 cm (inc wooden plinth).


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MIGUEL BERROCAL

MIGUEL BERROCAL

(Villanueva de Algaidas 1933–2006 Antequera)

Caballo Casinaide. 1977/78.

Bronze. 809/2000. Incised signature along the mane: BERROCAL, also incised along the side of the plinth: © berrocal. 38 × 40 × 18 cm.


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JOSEPH BEUYS

JOSEPH BEUYS

(Krefeld 1921–1986 Düsseldorf)

7000-Eichen Tüte. 1982.

Colour silkscreen. From the edition of ca. 700. Signed lower right in red felt tip pen: Joseph Beuys, as well as inscribed and dated in pencil on the right hand margin: Documenta 7 1982. Image 36 × 36 cm on brown paper carrier bag 55 × 45 cm. Published by F.I.U. Westfalen.


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MAX BILL

MAX BILL

(Winterthur 1908–1994 Berlin)

Untitled. 1988.

Colour silkscreen. 137/250. Signed and dated lower right in pencil: bill 88. Image 46.5 × 46.5 cm on Japan paper 65 × 50 cm.


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MR. BRAINWASH (THIERRY GUETTA)

MR. BRAINWASH (THIERRY GUETTA)

(Garges-lès Gonesse 1966)

Stay Strong (Switzerland). 2020.

Colour silkscreen. 22/85. Signed in pencil lower right on the lateral margin: Mr. Brainwash, also with finger print and date verso: 2020. Image 71 × 51 cm on wove paper 76.5 × 56.5 cm.


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BERNARD BUFFET

BERNARD BUFFET

(Paris 1928–1999 Tourtour)

La prise de la Bastille. 1979.

Colour lithograph. E.A., artist's proof, outside the edition of 100. Signed and dated lower right in pencil and dedicated centre bottom: Bernard Buffet 79 Pour Armand et Raymonde amicalement. Sheet size 48 × 105 cm on wove paper (visible dimensions).


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CÉSAR (CÉSAR BALDACCHINI)

CÉSAR (CÉSAR BALDACCHINI)

(Marseille 1921–1998 Paris)

L'index (2-parts). 1973.

Bronze, gold patina. 388/600. With the stamped signature at the front: César. Size 22 × 4.1 × 2.4 cm. With foundry stamp: Fonderia Valcamonica Visigalli, Milan, as well as with the stamp: MKA.


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MARC CHAGALL

MARC CHAGALL

(Witebsk 1887–1985 St.Paul–de–Vence)

L’Ecuyère. 1926/27.

Drypoint etching. 26/50. Signed lower right in pencil: Marc Chagall. Image 32.9 × 24.1 cm on Vergé d’Auvergne Richard de Bas (with watermark) 56.1 × 41.3 cm. Printed by Paul Haasen.


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SANDRO CHIA

SANDRO CHIA

(Florence 1946–lives and works in Italy)

Ange Bleu. 1995.

Painted bronze, on a marble plinth. 13/50. With incised signature on the plinth: CHIA. Height 41 cm (inc plinth).


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CHRISTO (VLADIMIROV JAVACHEFF)

CHRISTO (VLADIMIROV JAVACHEFF)

(Gabrovo 1935–2020 New York)

2 sheets.: Wrapped Monument To Leonardo (Project For Piazza Della Scala, Milano). 1971.

Lot of two colour lithograph and collotype prints. 751/999. Signed lower right in pencil: Christo, as well as entitled lower left on the stone: Wrapped Monument to Leonardo (Project for Piazza della Scala, Milano). Sheet size 74.5 × 55.5 cm on BFK Rives. Published by Edition 999, Zurich. Printed by Matthieu AG, Zürich.


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CHRISTO (VLADIMIROV JAVACHEFF)

CHRISTO (VLADIMIROV JAVACHEFF)

(Gabrovo 1935–2020 New York)

Wrapped Reichstag, Project for Berlin. 1986–94.

Colour offset lithograph, collage. From an unknown edition. Signed lower left in blue crayon: Christo. Image 35.5 × 56 cm on wove paper 50 × 70 cm. Published by SCHUMACHER Edition Fils, Düsseldorf.


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FRANCESCO CLEMENTE

FRANCESCO CLEMENTE

(Naples 1952–lives and works in New York and other places)

Friendship. 1989.

Aquatint colour etching. 53/70. Signed lower right in pencil: Francesco Clemente. Image 102.5 × 143.5 cm on wove paper 131.5 × 215 cm (visible dimensions).


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GINO CORTELAZZO

GINO CORTELAZZO

(1927 Padua 1985)

Untitled.

Bronze. Multiple. 29/100. Numbered and with foundry stamp on the underside: 29/100 Venturi arte. Measurements 25.3 × 14 × 14 cm.


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ROBERT DELAUNAY

ROBERT DELAUNAY

(Paris 1885–1941 Montpellier)

La Tour aux rideaux. 1926.

Lithograph. From an unkown edition. Unsigned. Sheet size 28.5 x 21 cm on wove paper. Published by Editions des Quatre Chemins. From the 20-part album "Allo! Paris!".


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FELIX DROESE

FELIX DROESE

(Singen 1950)

Untitled. 2000.

Colour poster, overpainted with watercolour. a/p, artist's proof, outside an unknown edition. Signed and dated upper right in pencil: Felix Droese 2000. Sheet size 136 × 91 cm.


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HANS ERNI

HANS ERNI

(1909 Lucerne 2015)

In Bild und Wort. 1974.

Portfolio with 4 colour lithographs, 5 lithographs, 1 etching, 1 embossed print, 1 relief print and 57 facsimile prints, bound foreword and imprint. LXXX/XC. Signed and numbered in pencil in imprint: Erni LXIII, also each lithograph signed lower right in pencil: Erni. Various image sizes on Japan wove paper 63 × 46 cm. Published by Editions Le Moulin, Muri (with blind stamp). This work was published on the occasion of the artist's 65th birthday and offers an overview of his oeuvre from 1930 until 1974. In original linen case. Complete.


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CHARLES FAZZINO

CHARLES FAZZINO

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

The Essence of Marilyn. 2003.

Colour silkscreen, Collage. 65/500 DX. Signed lower right in pencil: Charles Fazzino. Image 27.9 × 41.9 cm on Museum Board 34 × 46.5 cm.


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FRANZ GERTSCH

FRANZ GERTSCH

(Mörigen 1930–lives and works in Rüschegg)

Silvia II. 2015.

Colour offset. 8/60. Signed in pencil lower left: Franz Gertsch. Image 52 × 50.5 cm on Hahnemühle wove paper 64 × 72.5 cm. Published by Museum Kurhaus Kleve (with the blind stamp). After the painting, dated 2000.


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STEFAN GRITSCH

STEFAN GRITSCH

(Bern 1951 - lives and works in Switzerland)

Daylight. 2004.

Multiple. Dried acrylic. 8/17. Signed and numbered in the accompanying publication: Stefan Gritsch 8/17. Dimensions 29.5 × 29.5 cm. In Original Box.


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