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LE CORBUSIER (Charles-Édouard JEANNERET)

(1887 – 1965)

Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris dit Le Corbusier is a Swiss architect, decorator, designer, sculptor, painter, urban planner and writer naturalised French.
Le Corbusier's work is not limited to his architectural achievements, but covers the whole spectrum of the artistic creation. He designed furniture, produced drawings (between October 1902 and May 1965, Le Corbusier produced several thousand drawings, often of rare beauty), collages and lithographs. He also created tapestries, which he called "Muralnomad", the "mural" of modern times.
In 1965, the year of his accidental death, Le Corbusier said: "Drawing is also a game. [...] I've always drawn. Landscapes, architecture, glasses and bottles for bars, shells, stones, butcher's bones, pebbles, little women, bestiary, these are the steps, the keys..."

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Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Haut, Ronchaud, Le Corbusier

circa 1955

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Musée de la Chaux de Fonds, De Léopold Robert à Le Corbusier

1964

CHF 1350.–

Musée de la Chaux de Fonds, De Léopold Robert à Le Corbusier

1964

CHF 600.–

Le Corbusier, La maison de verre

circa 1970

CHF 290.–

Le Corbusier, Galerie Rivolta

1972

CHF 440.–

Tapisseries Le Corbusier, Musée Rath, Genève

1975

CHF 890.–

Le Corbusier, Dessins, Collages

1975

CHF 640.–

Le Corbusier, LC4 Cassina

1985

CHF 490.–

Le Corbusier, Projets réalisés

1987

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Le Corbusier, Immeuble Clarté

1987

CHF 630.–

LE CORBUSIER, LE MOBILIER ET SON ESPACE

1987

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