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FÉLIX VALLOTTON

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

(Lausanne 1865 - 1925 Paris)

Wolken. 1894/1965.

Woodcut. From a rare edition, posthumous print dating 1965. On the reverse with a collector's stamp, as well as with a stamp of the artist's name. Image 27 x 19 cm on vélin (with watermark) 54 x 38 cm.


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FÉLIX VALLOTTON

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

(Lausanne 1865 - 1925 Paris)

L'Exécution. 1894.

Woodcut. 76/100. Signed and numbered in blue coloured pen lower right: fvallotton, also monogrammed in the block lower right: FV, and titled lower left: L'EXECUTION. Image 15 x 25 cm on vélin 25 x 32.7 cm.


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FÉLIX VALLOTTON

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

(Lausanne 1865 - 1925 Paris)

La sortie. 1895.

Woodcut. Out from an edition of 100. Signed with blue coloured pen: fvallotton, as well as monogrammed in the block lower left: FV, and titled lower right: LA SORTIE. Image 18 x 22.4 cm on vélin 24.5 x 32.2 cm.


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FÉLIX VALLOTTON

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

(Lausanne 1865 - 1925 Paris)

Tête de vieille femme. 1891.

Woodcut. Printer's proof. Monogrammed in the block lower left: F.V. Image 13 x 10.8 cm on chamois vélin 32.2 x 25 cm.


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EDGAR DEGAS

EDGAR DEGAS

(1834 Paris 1917)

Danseuse mettant son chausson. Around 1892.

Etching, from the canceled plate. From an unknown edition. Image 18 x 12 cm on vélin 35 x 27.3 cm.


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GIOVANNI GIACOMETTI

GIOVANNI GIACOMETTI

(Stampa 1868 - 1933 Glion)

2 sheets: Inverno. Around 1911. Lavori di primavera. 1911.

Lot with 2 woodcuts. 1. Monogrammed in the block lower left: GG, as well as titled lower right: INVERNO. Image 20 x 20 cm on pergament 39.5 x 30 cm. 2. Signed with bleu pencil lower right: Giovanni Giacometti. Image 19.8 x 20 cm on smooth vélin 32 x 25 cm.


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GIOVANNI GIACOMETTI

GIOVANNI GIACOMETTI

(Stampa 1868 - 1933 Glion)

Toeletta della sera III - Portrait Annetta Giacometti. 1911.

Woodcut. Signed in ink lower right: Giovanni Giacometti. Image 25 x 20 cm on vélin 32.8 x 25 cm.


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FÉLIX VALLOTTON

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

(Lausanne 1865 - 1925 Paris)

Les Cygnes. 1892.

Woodcut. From an unknown edition, posthumous print. With the monogramm stamp lower left: fv, as well as monogrammed in the block lower left: F. V. With the atelier blindstamp lower right. Image 13.6 x 17.7 cm on vélin 25.2 x 31.2 cm.


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CUNO AMIET

CUNO AMIET

(Solothurn 1868 - 1961 Oschwand)

2 sheets: Kühe (Bretagne). 1893. Bretonische Mädchen. 1893.

Lot of 2 etchings. 1. Signed and dated lower right fom unknown hand: C. Amiet 93. Image 17.5 x 7.6 cm on vélin 33 x 22 cm. 2. Monogrammed lower center in the image: CA. Image 18.2 x 11 cm on vélin 32.5 x 23 cm.


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KARL SCHMIDT-ROTTLUFF

KARL SCHMIDT-ROTTLUFF

(Rottluff near Chemnitz 1884 - 1976 Berlin)

Katzen. 1915.

Woodcut. Probably from an edition of 75. Signed in pencil lower right: SRottluff. Image 39.8 x 49.8 cm on laid paper 51.5 x 61.5 cm. Published by Grafisches Kabinett J.B. Neumann, Berlin. Printed by Voigt.


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LYONEL FEININGER

LYONEL FEININGER

(1871 New York 1956)

Da-Da I/II. 1918.

Woodcut. One of 4 known examples printed together. Signed in pencil lower left: Lyonel Feininger, also titled lower right: Da=Da and with the register number lower centre: 1876-77. Image 11.7 x 9 cm and 8.7 x 11.9 cm on thin pergamin 25 x 18.5 cm.


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PAUL KLEE

PAUL KLEE

(Münchenbuchsee/Bern 1879 - 1940 Muralto)

Hoffmanneske Szene. 1921.

Colour lithograph. From an edition of 100. Signed, dated and with the work number in pencil lower centre: Klee 1921/123. Image 31.5 x 22.8 cm on firm vélin 35 x 26.5 cm. Published and printed by Staatlichen Bauhaus, Weimar. From the 14-part portfolio "Erste Mappe: Meister des Staatlichen Bauhauses in Weimar, 1922".


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CHRISTIAN SCHAD

CHRISTIAN SCHAD

(Miesbach 1894 - 1982 Stuttgart)

Selbstbildnis. 1927.

Colour screenprint. 244/250. Signed in pencil lower right: Christian Schad. Image 66 x 54.5 cm on vélin by BFK Rives 87 x 70 cm. Published by Edition G.A. Richter. Printed by Frank Kircherer. After the painting.


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PIERRE BONNARD

PIERRE BONNARD

(Fontenay-aux-Roses 1867 - 1947 Le Cannet)

La revue blanche. 1894.

Poster. Colour lithograph. Signed and dated in the block left centre: Bonnard 94. Sheet size 76 x 59.4 cm on vélin on canvas.


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AFTER ALBERTO GIACOMETTI

AFTER ALBERTO GIACOMETTI

(Borgonovo 1901 - 1966 Chur)

La Rue. 1952.

Colour pochoir. 97/200. Signed with biro lower right: Alberto Giacometti, also signed in the plate lower right: Alberto Giacometti. Sheet size 74.3 x 54 cm on vélin. After the painting "La rue" from 1952.


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LILL TSCHUDI

LILL TSCHUDI

(1911 Schwanden 2004)

Sunday. Around 1938.

Colour linocut. 5/50. Signed in the right side of the image, as well as vertically on the lower right: Lill Tschudi. Image 30.4 x 25 cm on pergamin 32.7 x 28.2 cm.


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LILL TSCHUDI

LILL TSCHUDI

(1911 Schwanden 2004)

Autorennen. 1930.

Colour linocut. 5/30. Signed lower right in pencil: Lill Tschudi, as well as titled: Autorennen. Image 14 x 17,5 cm on pergamin 16 x 19 cm.


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LILL TSCHUDI

LILL TSCHUDI

(1911 Schwanden 2004)

Tierra Caliente.

Colour linocut. 7/50. Signed lower right in pencil: Lill Tschudi, as well as titled lower left: "Tierra caliente". Image 34 x 39 cm on pergamin 36.5 x 42 cm.


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AFTER JOAN MIRÓ

AFTER JOAN MIRÓ

(Montroig near Barcelona 1893 - 1983 Palma de Mallorca)

Le moulin à Café. 1954.

Colour etching and -aquatint. 123/300. Signed and dated in pencil lower right: Miró 1954. Image 49 x 57 cm on vélin by Rives 59 x 75.5 cm. Published by Maeght, Paris.


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GIORGIO MORANDI

GIORGIO MORANDI

(1890 Bologna 1964)

Still life. 1930.

Etching, 1st state. 13/30. Signed in pencil lower right: Morandi, also signed and dated in the plate lower centre: Morandi 1930. Îmage 22.8 x 29 cm on China 38 x 50 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 vélin. Published by Editions des Quatre Chemins. From the 20-part album "Allo! Paris!".


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LE CORBUSIER

LE CORBUSIER

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

Les huits. 1963.

Colour lithograph. VII/XXXV. Monogrammed and dated in the stone lower right: L-C 21 8 63. Image 40 x 61 on Japan 53 x 75 cm. Published by Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, Munich (with the blindstamp). Sheet 2 from the portfolio "Europäische Grafik IX".


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SONIA DELAUNAY-TERK

SONIA DELAUNAY-TERK

(Gradižsk 1885 - 1979 Paris)

Untitled.

Colour lithograph. 58/75. Signed lower right: Sonia Delaunay. Image 54.5 x 43 cm on vélin by Arches (with the watermark) 66 x 55.5 cm.


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PORTFOLIO

PORTFOLIO

abstraction crétation art non figurativ 1932-1936

Portfolio with 30 prints (e.g. by Hans Arp, Max Bill, Alexander Calder, Sonia Delaunay, Wasiliy Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian, Theo van Doesburg), introduction in French, English and German, the publisher's statement in three languages and the imprint. XXIX/L, edition for the artist and the employees. Partly signed, partly with signature stamp and also partly unsigned. Variiying image sizes on vélin by Arches 85 x 66 cm. Each sheet in a foil. Published by Paule Nemours. Printed by Ateliers Arcay and Michel Caza, Michel Cassé and Fernand Mourlot also Hans Bäurle and Franco Sciardelli. In original folder. Complete.


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MAX ERNST

MAX ERNST

(Brühl 1891 - 1976 Paris)

For: Benjamin Péret, Mort aux vaches et au champ d'honneur. 1950.

Colour aquatint. 30/40. Signed in pencil lower right: Max Ernst. Image 18 x 12.9 cm on vélin 32.5 x 19.4 cm. Published by Marcel Zerbib, Paris . Printed by Georges Visat, Paris.


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