8 
14. Arp, Pre-Adamic Fruit, 1938, 30 cm. high, coll. Bally, Villeneuve, Switz 
erland 58 
15 a, b. Two views of Arp’s studio, 1946 59 
16. Creative Metope, oak relief, 1946, 140 cm. high 61 
17. Shell, black granite, 1938, 26 cm. high, coll. Buchholz Gallery, N.Y. 63 
18. Birdlike Cloud, wood relief and oil, 1943, 51 cm. high, coll. Jan 
Tschichold, West Drayton, Middlesex, England 65 
19. Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Summery Lines, oil on cardboard, 1942 67 
20. Sophie Taeuber-Arp and Arp, Collage, executed by both artists, 1918 68 
21 a, b, c. Three Duets, drawings, 1939 71 
22. Arp, Design in Paper, Torn in the Form of a Swan, Boot, Top and a 
Pipe, 1942, coll. Henry Schultz, New York, photo Eidenbenz 101 
23. Duet Design Composed of Torn and Colored Elements by Sophie 
Taeuber-Arp, 1946, coll. H. Eidenbenz, Basle, photo Eidenbenz 103 
24. Torn and Colored Paper with Stamped Designs, 1946 105 
25. Torn Paper Design Reproduced in Blue and Torn-up Again, 1947, 
photo Eidenbenz 107 
26. Drawing and Torn and Colored Papers, 1947, photo Eidenbenz 109 
27. Interregnum, plaster, 1938 110 
28 a, b, c. Interregnum, black granite, 1946, 32 cm. high, photo Rudolf 
Burckhardt 111 
29 a, b. Lunar Armor, limestone, 1938, 37 cm. high, photo Burckhardt 114 
30. Alu with Claws, plaster, 1942, 45 cm. high, photo Burckhardt 115 
31. Amphora, plaster, 1946, xoo cm. high, photo Rudolf Burckhardt 116 
32. Bird Mask, wood relief, 1918, coll. Doucet, Paris 125 
33. Objects Placed According to the Law of Chance, (varnished wood 
relief), plaster, 1931, coll. Nelly van Doesburg, Paris 126 
34. Woodcut, for cover of “Der Zeltweg,” a dada review, 1919 127 
35. Woodcut, 1920, from “Cinéma Calendrier du Coeur Abstrait” by 
Tristan Tzara 128 
36. Torn Papers, 1946, using impression of woodcut, 1920, from 
“Vingt-cinq-et-un poèmes” by Tristan Tzara 129 
37 a, b, c, d. Human Concretion, stone, 1936, (four views), coll. Maja Sacher, 
Basle, photo Rolf Tietgens 130 
38. Photograph of the artist, 1948, photo Rolf Tietgens 132
	        

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