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Amiet Cuno, Bildnis Giovanni Giacometti, 1910 Cuno Amiet, Portrait Giovanni Giacometti, 1910

Cuno Amiet (1868 – 1961)

Portrait Giovanni Giacometti, 1910
Oil on canvas
56 x 61 cm

Provided as loan to the art museum Lucerne/Switzerland.

Amiet Cuno, Loewenzahnwiese, 1903 Cuno Amiet, Dandelion meadow, 1903

Cuno Amiet (1868 – 1961)

Dandelion meadow, 1903
Oil on canvas
60,5 x 55 cm

Sold to important private collection.

Arp Hans, Pagodenfrucht, 1949 Hans Arp, Pagoda fruit, 1949

Hans Arp (1886 – 1966)

Pagoda fruit, 1949
Plaster with rests of original bronze paint
90 x 70 x 65 cm
Hartog 97

Provided as loan to the art museum Winterthur/Switzerland.

Baselgia Guido, LungoGuardo (Piz Languard), 2010 Guido Baselgia, LungoGuardo 11 (Piz Languard), 2010

Guido Baselgia (*1953)

LungoGuardo 11 (Piz Languard), 2010
Analog photography
Gelatin silver print on baryta paper
96 x 120 cm (sheet)
Edition: One of five numbered prints.
This work was executed in 2010 within the series «LungoGuardo» on Piz Languard at Pontresina in the Upper Engadine. It shows the landscape at night facing south with the first morning light.

This work and others by the artist are available.
For requests please contact: info@faessler-fineart.ch.

Giacometti Giovanni, La suonatrice, 1909 Giovanni Giacometti, La suonatrice (The accordion player), 1909

Giovanni Giacometti (1868 – 1933)

La suonatrice (The accordion player), 1909
Oil on canvas
63,5 x 54 cm
MĂĽller/Radlach 1909.07

Sold to important Swiss private collection.

Giacometti Giovanni, Ottilia in gelber Jacke Giovanni Giacometti, Ottilia in yellow cardigan, 1931

Giovanni Giacometti (1868 – 1933)

Ottilia in yellow cardigan, 1931
Ă–l auf Leinwand
101 x 91 cm
MĂĽller/ Radlach 1931.04
Important late portrait of the artist’s daughter Ottilia (1904-1937).

Provided as loan to the Kunsthaus Zurich/Switerland.

Giacometti Giovanni, Violinspieler, 1927 Giovanni Giacometti, Violin player (Bruno Giacometti), 1927

Giovanni Giacometti (1868 – 1933)

Violin player (Bruno Giacometti), 1927
Oil on canvas
34 x 36 cm
MĂĽller/ Radlach 1927.01
The violin player can be identified as Bruno Giacometti (1907 – 2012), the youngest child of the artist, following his brothers Alberto (1901 – 1966) and Diego (1902 – 1985), and his sister Ottilia (1904 – 1937). The future architect was a dedicated violin player at that time.

Provided as loan to the art museum Lucerne/Switzerland.

Roth Dieter, Karnittelkoettelkarnickel (Scheisshase), 1972 Dieter Roth, Rabbitshitrabbit, 1972

Dieter Roth (1930 – 1998)

Rabbitshitrabbit, 1972
Straw and rabbit excrements, squeezed into the shape of a rabbit, mounted by the artist in a closed glass box
Approximately 21 x 10 x 19 cm(rabbit), 22,5 x 22,5 x 22,5 cm (glass box)
Manufacturer: Walter Moser, Basel, built to order of the artist
Editor: Eat Art Galerie, DĂĽsseldorf/Dieter Roth
Edition: One of circa 250 numbered works, each individually manufactured after 1972.

Sold to important Swiss private collection.

Taeuber-Arp, Quatre Plans irreguliers a volutes, 1939 Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Quatre plans irréguliers à volutes (Four irregular planes with volutes), 1939

Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889 – 1943)

Quatre plans irréguliers à volutes (Four irregular planes with volutes), 1939
Tempera and pencil on paper
35 x 26,5 cm

Sold to European private collection.

Taeuber-Arp Sophie, Forme organique, plan et croix, 1932 Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Forme organique, plan et croix (Organic form, plane and cross), 1932

Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889 – 1943)

Forme organique, plan et croix (Organic form, plane and cross), 1932
Gouache on paper
26 x 34,9 cm
A second version, dated 1935, belongs to the permanent collection of art museum Olten/Switzerland.

Provided as loan to the art museum Lucerne/Switzerland.

Taeuber-Arp Sophie, Personnages, um 1926 Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Personnages, circa 1926

Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889 – 1943)

Personnages, circa 1926
Embroidery
43 x 52 cm
One of the works from the series «Personnages», executed in 1926 (Schmidt 1926/9 – 1926/13).

Sold to Swiss private collection.

Vital Not, Einhorn, Zweihorn, Dreihorn, 1986 Not Vital, Einhorn, Zweihorn, Dreihorn (One horn, two horns, three horns), 1986

Not Vital (*1947)

Einhorn, Zweihorn, Dreihorn (One horn, two horns, three horns), 1986
Hydrocal plaster, wood and antlers
300 x 61 x 20 cm
This work is an homage to the US-American artist Frederick Einhorn who died young. «Frederick Einhorn, my best friend, lost his hair very quickly. To console him, and in his honor, I made this sculpture.» Not Vital, in: Thomas Kellein, Not Vital, p. 45/92.
Provided as loan to Tarasp castel, Scuol/Tarasp, Switzerland.

Weber Hugo, Amour Passion, 1963 Hugo Weber, Amour Passion, 1963

Hugo Weber (1918 – 1971)

Amour Passion, 1963
Oil on canvas
151 x 127 cm
One of the major works by the artist, executed during the artist’s residence in New York.

Sold to Swiss private collection.

Zuend Robert, Landschaft am Vierwaldstaettersee Robert ZĂĽnd, Landscape at Lake Lucerne

Robert Zünd (1827 – 1909)

Landscape at Lake Lucerne
Oil on canvas, in its original frame
75 x 100 cm

Sold to Swiss corporate collection.