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Alberto Giacometti (Swiss)
Tete d' Homme, Head of Man
1964
Gift of Dr. Seymour and Barbara K. Adelson
2008/2.270
Interior scene of a woman sitting at a desk.  A window is visible in the background. The image is faintly sketched.
Alberto Giacometti (Swiss)
Mere de l'artiste a la fenetre, (The artist's mother at the window)
1964
Gift of Dr. Seymour and Barbara K. Adelson
2008/2.271

Paul Klee (Swiss)
Charme (Weibliche Anmut)
1904
Museum Purchase
1948/1.370
At the center of the page, there is an oil transfer drawing of two figures. The figure on the left is seated and looking towards the figure on the right, who is standing. The whole page is covered in grey watercolor that is darker at the edges. The page is mounted on cardboard and is titled (l.r.) "das Paar in dez Dämmerung," dated (l.l) "1924" and numbered (l.l.) "69" on the cardboard. 
Paul Klee;Elena Delbanco (Swiss)
Das Paar in der Dämmerung
1924
Gift of Nicholas and Elena Delbanco in memory of Bernard Greenhouse
2015/2.122
A man sits facing forward with his hands in his lap in the corner of a room surrounded by canvases.
Alberto Giacometti (Swiss)
Seated Man
1951
Museum Purchase
1952/2.19
This print shows a standing male nude outlined in black, and colored in pink and tan on a white background. His right leg is bent at the knee and is raised behind him, his foot pointing backwards. He has dark curly hair, and he cradles an instrument against his chest.
Hans Erni (Swiss)
Orpheus
1962
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kripke
1964/2.131

Paul Klee (Swiss)
A Walk with the Child
1940
Museum Purchase
1951/2.38
Two stools centered in an interior setting with several bottles in the upper right corner.
Alberto Giacometti (Swiss)
The Two Stools (Les Deux Tabourets)
1955
Museum Purchase
1962/2.34
A stylized drawing of a man who appears to be running and a four-legged animal, perhaps a dog, on the right. Both are rendered with loose, thin lines.
Paul Klee (Swiss)
Was lauft er?
1932
Gift of Virginia and Eric Stein
2016/2.353
This complex drawing looks like a cross between a map and a plan for a factory. It contains mechanical looking forms, street addresses and epithets. Prominent words and phrases in French, German and English include Booking, 28194, Diaphragne No. 80,  28759 Baden-Baden, Harry Mathews (or Matheus) Kropotkin album 50, Engels = Ursprung, 1 Affiche, and Retour. The drawing is bordered by pieces of cream tape, which have been drawn over in black lines and writing.  
Jean Tinguely (Swiss)
Diagramme No. 80
1970
Gift of the Lannan Foundation in Honor of the Pelham Family
1997/1.103

Paul Klee (Swiss)
Monarchist
1904
Museum Purchase
1948/1.371
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
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