Highlights of the collection

Koller, Gotthardpost, 1873
Rudolf Koller, Die Gotthardpost (The Gotthard Post), 1873, Kunsthaus Zürich, 1898
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Sigmar Polke, Levitation, 2005, Kunsthaus Zürich, Vereinigung Zürcher Kunstfreunde, © The Estate of Sigmar Polke, Cologne / 2019 ProLitteris, Zurich
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Andy Warhol, Big Torn Campbellʼs Soup Can (Vegetable Beef), 1962, Kunsthaus Zürich, © 2019 ProLitteris, Zurich
Lorrain, Konstantinsbogen, 1648
Claude Lorrain, Pastoral with the Arch of Constantine, 1648, Kunsthaus Zürich, Donated by the Holenia Trust in memory of Joseph H. Hirshhorn, 1996
Mondrian
Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow, 1930, Kunsthaus Zürich, donated by Alfred Roth, 1987
Füssli, Oberon, 1793-94
Johann Heinrich Füssli, Oberon Squeezes the Flower on Titania's Eyelids, 1793–1794, Kunsthaus Zürich, Vereinigung Zürcher Kunstfreunde, 1993
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Georg Baselitz, Nachtessen in Dresden (Supper in Dresden), 1983, Kunsthaus Zürich, © 2019 Georg Baselitz
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Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Apostle Simon, 1661, Kunsthaus Zürich, Ruzicka-Stiftung, 1949
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Giovanni Segantini, Pascoli alpini (Alpine Pasture), 1893-1894, Kunsthaus Zürich
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Cindy Sherman, Untitled #132, 1984, Kunsthaus Zürich, © 2019 Cindy Sherman
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Vincent van Gogh, Cabanes blanches aux Saintes-Maries, Kunsthaus Zürich, donated by Walter Haefner, 1995
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Claude Monet, Le bassin aux nymphéas, le soir, 1916/1922, Kunsthaus Zürich, donated by Emil G. Bührle, 1952
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Danh Vō, We the People (Detail), 2011–2014, Kunsthaus Zürich, purchased with the support of Swiss Re - Partner for contemporary art, 2014, © 2019 Danh Vō. All rights reserved.
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Auguste Rodin, La porte de lʼenfer (The Gates of Hell), 1880–1917, Kunsthaus Zürich, donated by Emil Georg Bührle, 1949
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Félix Vallotton, Bain au soir dʼété (Bathing on a Summer Evening), 1892-1893, Kunsthaus Zürich, Fondation Gottfried Keller, Office fédéral de la culture, Berne, 1965
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Max Ernst, La ville entière (The Whole City), 1935-1936, Kunsthaus Zürich, © 2019 ProLitteris, Zurich
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Alberto Giacometti, Le Chariot (The Chariot), 1950, Kunsthaus Zürich, Alberto Giacometti-Stiftung, © Succession Alberto Giacometti / 2019, ProLitteris, Zurich
Boghiguian, Untitled, 2018
Anna Boghiguian, Untitled, 2018, Kunsthaus Zürich, 2018, © Anna Boghiguian
Gertsch, Franz und Luciano, 1973
Franz Gertsch, Franz and Luciano, 1973, Kunsthaus Zürich, 1977, © by Franz Gertsch

Highlights include not only the largest collection of Munch paintings outside Norway and the most comprehensive collection of works by Alberto Giacometti but also Impressionist and Classical Modernist paintings from Monet, Picasso and Chagall to Kokoschka, Beckmann and Corinth.

Pop Art from Warhol and Hamilton appears alongside artists including Rothko, Twombly, Beuys and Baselitz. Video installations and photographs by Fischli/Weiss, Pipilotti Rist and others bring the story into the 21st century.

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Rarely seen

The Collection of Prints and Drawings comprises some 95,000 works on paper, including 37,000 drawings that are especially valuable because they are one-offs made by the artists themselves. Since works on paper are extremely fragile and sensitive to external influences such as light, temperature and climatic changes, they cannot be exhibited permanently. However, selected works can be viewed in the Prints and Drawings Collection study room on request.

Image rights and reproductions

If you would like to reproduce works from the Kunsthaus Zürich’s collection in publications, you can obtain usage rights and order images. You can also obtain digital reproductions of all the works in the collection. Individual usage permits can also be supplied electronically, and data can be delivered in the same way.

Advice and contact
franca.candrian@kunsthaus.ch, +41 44 253 84 21