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Louis Soutter

Switzerland Born in: 1871 Emerging artists
Louis Soutter (Morges, Switzerland, 1871 – Ballaigues, Switzerland, 1942) was a Swiss artist. In 1927, his cousin Le Corbusier became interested in his drawings and began supporting him.

Soutter studied engineering in Lausanne, architecture in Geneva, violin in Brussels, and painting in Lausanne and in Paris. He married Madge Fursman in Brussels, a young American, and they moved to the United States. He became director of the Department of Fine Arts at the Colorado College.

Louis Soutter returned to Switzerland and worked as a violinist in the orchestra of the Grand Théâtre de Genève and the Symphonic Orchestra of Lausanne. He spent the last years of his life, almost anonymous, in Ballaigues, where he died in 1942.
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In time for Christmas
Louis Soutter, Néant, ange noir, Drawing

Louis Soutter

Néant, ange noir, 1960
18 x 22 cm
Drawing

CHF 5,641

In time for Christmas
Louis Soutter, Et il fut revêtu de pourpre, Drawing

Louis Soutter

Et il fut revêtu de pourpre, 1960
22 x 18 cm
Drawing

CHF 6,769

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