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Hans Erni (Swiss)
Femme Accroupie
1956
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kripke
1964/2.130

Hans Erni (Swiss)
Les bucoliques de Virgile: (Warrior and Victim), one of a series of 25, Editions
1960
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kripke
1964/2.133

Alberto Giacometti (Swiss)
Woman in Interior (Femme dans l'atelier)
1951
Gift of John Rewald
1985/1.154

Jean Tinguely (Swiss)
Variation on a Dead Leaf (Variation sur Feuille Morte)
1925 – 1983
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
1983/1.281

Paul Klee (Swiss)
Two Trees
1939 – 1940
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Winston
1955/2.11

Jean Tinguely (Swiss)
Untitled
1925 – 1971
Gift of the Lannan Foundation in Honor of the Pelham Family
1997/1.100

Jean Tinguely (Swiss)
The Changing Guard
1964
Gift of the Lannan Foundation in Honor of the Pelham Family
1997/1.101

Jean Tinguely (Swiss)
Untitled
1925 – 1971
Gift of the Lannan Foundation in Honor of the Pelham Family
1997/1.105
This image shows a line drawing of a standing figure. The figure has a large comb coming from the top of their head drawn with fanned-out lines and little circles along the top and wears a dress with a triangular pattern. He/she has arrows pointing downwards for arms. There are a few horizontal lines directly below and behind the figure to indicate shadow. The letter "K" is found at the bottom of the page, within the print plate and handwritten signature of the artist appears next to it. Below that is a horizontal line with the print edition and date in the lower left and the title of the work in the lower right.
Paul Klee (Swiss)
Die Hexe mit dem Kamm
1922
Museum Purchase
1950/1.170
Elongated, slender, standing nude female figure with arms at sides. The figure is somewhat obscured by cross-hatching.
Alberto Giacometti (Swiss)
Nu de face
1955
Museum Purchase
1960/2.135

Alberto Giacometti (Swiss)
Studio Interior with Bottles (L'atelier aux bouteilles)
1901 – 1961
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser
1961/2.49
This watercolor consists of concentric areas of color. At the top is a blue cloud-like shape surrounded by a yellow ring in turn surrounded by an orange-pink color. The bottom edge is an olive-green color where we see thin zigzagging lines in red-brown. 
Paul Klee (Swiss)
Blitzgefahr
1931
Gift of Henry Tracy Kneeland of Bloomfield, Connecticut, in memory of his parents, Frank G. Kneeland and Helen Dodge Kneeland
1987/2.12
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