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CUNO AMIET

CUNO AMIET

(Solothurn 1868–1961 Oschwand)

Paradise. Circa 1900.

Oil and tempera on canvas.

145 × 102 cm (image).


CHF 200 000 / 300 000 | (€ 186 920 / 280 370)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Head study of the sick Valentine Godé-Darel. 1914.

Pencil on paper.

Signed lower right: F. Hodler.

13 × 21 cm (visible measurements).


CHF 7 000 / 10 000 | (€ 6 540 / 9 350)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Standing reaper with scythe. 1909.

Pencil on paper.

Signed lower right: F. Hodler.

39 × 46.5 cm.


CHF 10 000 / 15 000 | (€ 9 350 / 14 020)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Lake Thun, seen from Breitlauenen. 1906.

Oil and oil crayon on canvas.

Signed and dated lower right: F. Hodler 1906.

103 × 89 cm.


CHF 800 000 / 1 200 000 | (€ 747 660 / 1 121 500)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Composition study for ‘The Battle of Morat’. 1915.

Pen and sepia ink on tracing paper, laid on board.

79.5 × 109 cm (visible measurements).


CHF 4 000 / 6 000 | (€ 3 740 / 5 610)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Composition study for ‘The Battle of Morat’ II. 1917.

Pencil and Indian ink on paper.

20 × 29.5 cm (image). 26.2 × 37.8 cm (sheet).


CHF 6 000 / 9 000 | (€ 5 610 / 8 410)

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

(Lausanne 1865–1925 Paris)

Pommier, Equemauville. 1901.

Oil on board.

Signed and dated lower right: F. VALLOTTON 1901.

37 × 42 cm.


CHF 90 000 / 150 000 | (€ 84 110 / 140 190)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

A three-figure study for the ‘The Battle of Näfels’. 1897.

Pencil on wove paper.

Monogrammed lower right: F.H.

24.5 × 26.5 cm (visible dimensions).


CHF 2 000 / 3 000 | (€ 1 870 / 2 800)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Figure study for 'Eurythmy'. 1895.

Oil over pencil on paper.

Signed lower right: F. Hodler.

28.5 × 14 cm.


CHF 12 000 / 18 000 | (€ 11 210 / 16 820)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Lake Geneva, seen from Chexbres. Circa 1911.

Oil on canvas.

Signed lower right: F. Hodler.

68 × 90.5 cm.


CHF 1 500 000 / 2 500 000 | (€ 1 401 870 / 2 336 450)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Study of a warrior for ‘The Battle of Morat'. 1917.

Oil over pencil on paper.

Signed lower right: F. Hodler.

43 × 54 cm.


CHF 10 000 / 15 000 | (€ 9 350 / 14 020)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Taker of the oath, Unanimity. 1912/13.

Oil on paper laid on canvas.

Signed lower right: F. Hodler.

34.5 × 21 cm.


CHF 15 000 / 25 000 | (€ 14 020 / 23 360)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

The Orator from ‘Unanimity’ 1913.

Oil on canvas.

Signed lower right: F. Hodler.

126 × 77 cm.


CHF 150 000 / 200 000 | (€ 140 190 / 186 920)

AUGUSTO GIACOMETTI

AUGUSTO GIACOMETTI

(Stampa 1877–1947 Zurich)

Chi vuol esse lieto, sia Feld I. 1914.

Pastel on paper.

Signed and dated lower left: Augusto Giacometti 1914.

41 × 29.4 cm.


CHF 15 000 / 25 000 | (€ 14 020 / 23 360)

WILHELM GIMMI

WILHELM GIMMI

(Zurich 1886–1965 Chexbres)

Le Figaro. Circa 1913.

Oil on canvas.

Signed lower right: Gimmi.

46 × 55.5 cm


CHF 12 000 / 18 000 | (€ 11 210 / 16 820)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Portrait of Clara Pasche-Battié. 1914.

Oil on canvas.

Signed and dated lower right: 1914 F. Hodler.

47.5 × 39.5 cm.


CHF 350 000 / 500 000 | (€ 327 100 / 467 290)

PETER ROBERT BERRY

PETER ROBERT BERRY

(St. Moritz 1912–1983 Samedan)

Wintermorgen (Berninapass).

Oil on canvas.

Signed lower right: P. R. Berri. Inscribed on the reverse of the stretcher: Wintermorgen (Berninapass).

27 × 41 cm.


CHF 12 000 / 18 000 | (€ 11 210 / 16 820)

GIOVANNI GIACOMETTI

GIOVANNI GIACOMETTI

(Stampa 1868–1933 Glion)

Il burrone (The ravine). Circa 1918.

Oil on canvas.

Inscribed on the reverse by Diego Giacometti: Quadro autentico di mia padre Giovanni Giacoemtti 1868–1933. Maloja 4/10/59. Diego Giacometti.

73 × 50 cm.


CHF 50 000 / 70 000 | (€ 46 730 / 65 420)

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

FÉLIX VALLOTTON

(Lausanne 1865–1925 Paris)

Falaise à Vasouy. 1910.

Oil on canvas.

Signed lower right: F. VALLOTTON.

58 × 89 cm.


CHF 280 000 / 380 000 | (€ 261 680 / 355 140)

FERDINAND HODLER

FERDINAND HODLER

(Bern 1853-1918 Geneva)

Disappointed Soul. 1891.

Pencil, ink, oil crayon and oil on paper laid on canvas.

Inscribed, dated and signed lower right: Enttäuschte Seele 1891. F. Hodler.

49 × 34.5 cm (visible dimensions).


CHF 25 000 / 35 000 | (€ 23 360 / 32 710)

FELIX VALLOTTON

FELIX VALLOTTON

(Lausanne 1865–1925 Paris)

Vue d'Avignon. 1920.

Oil on canvas.

Signed and dated lower left: F. VALLOTTON. 20.

64.5 × 54 cm.


CHF 150 000 / 200 000 | (€ 140 190 / 186 920)

CUNO AMIET

CUNO AMIET

(Solothurn 1868–1961 Oschwand)

Oschwand. 1898.

Watercolour over pencil on paper.

Monogrammed and dated lower right: CA 98. Inscribed: "Dem Fritz p. Flora" (sic).

17.5 × 25 cm (visible measurements).


CHF 4 000 / 7 000 | (€ 3 740 / 6 540)

CUNO AMIET

CUNO AMIET

(Solothurn 1868–1961 Oschwand)

Nebel I. 1932.

Oil on firm paper.

Monogrammed and dated lower right: CA 32. Inscribed and dedicated on the reverse: C. Amiet, Nebel I 1932. P. H. 30 à Lucienne Sé (...) en souvenir de sa visite du 26 août 1933. De son parrain C. Amiet.

41 × 33 cm.


CHF 15 000 / 25 000 | (€ 14 020 / 23 360)

CUNO AMIET

CUNO AMIET

(Solothurn 1868–1961 Oschwand)

Vase with flowers. 1909.

Oil on canvas.

Monogrammed and dated lower right: CA 09.

49.5 × 39.5 cm.


CHF 35 000 / 50 000 | (€ 32 710 / 46 730)

CUNO AMIET

CUNO AMIET

(Solothurn 1868–1961 Oschwand)

Blossoming tree. 1942.

Oil on canvas.

Monogrammed and dated lower right: CA 42, and incised below in the dry paint: CA.

46 × 64.5 cm.


CHF 30 000 / 40 000 | (€ 28 040 / 37 380)