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Drawings

Below is the entire inventory of drawings at the Segantini Museum (listed in chronological order):

Folio of Drawings, 1884

Plaster relief on wood, 54 x 40.5 cm
Acquisition, 1986

Ave Maria sui monte (Ave Maria in the Mountains), 1881–1883

Conté crayon, black and coloured crayon on paper, 45.5 x 35.5 cm
Acquisition, 1929

Pastore addormentato (Sleeping Shepherd), 1882

Conté crayon and pencil on paper, 49.5 x 66 cm
On permanent loan from the Swiss Confederation, donated by J. C. J. Drucker, London, 1912

Piccole pecore (Small Sheep), 1883–1885

Conté crayon, white highlights, on paper, 20 x 28 cm
On permanent loan from the Swiss Confederation, donated by J. C. J. Drucker, London, 1912

La propaganda (Sowing Seed), 1897

Conté crayon and black crayon on paper, 59.5 x 51.5 cm
Acquisition, 1927

Giornata fredda di novembre (Cold November Day), ca. 1887

Conté crayon, the light created with the aid of an eraser, on white paper, 25.5 x 46 cm
Donated by J. C. J. Drucker, London, um 1950

Pastorella sognante (Dreaming Shepherd Girl), 1886–1887

Conté crayon, black crayon and pencil on paper, 37.5 x 27.5 cm
On permanent loan from the Swiss Confederation, donated by J. C. J. Drucker, London, 1912

Pifferaio (The Shawm Player), 1885–1887

Conté crayon and black crayon on paper, 47.5 x 33 cm
Donated by Ida Barth, Thalwil, 1934

L’eroe morto (Dead Hero), ca. 1887

Conté crayon, ochre-coloured pastel and gold dust on paper, 33.8 x 21 cm
Acquisition, 1911–1913

Temporale sulle alpi (Storm in the Alps), 1888–1889

Pencil on paper, 34 x 49 cm
Acquisition, 2011

I miei modelli (My Models), 1890

Conté crayon with light brown and grey-blue coloured pencils on paper, 27 x 37 cm
Acquisition, 1927

Ritorno all’ovile (Return to the Sheep Shed), 1891–1892

Charcoal and white crayon on paper, 48 x 57 cm
On permanent loan from the Otto Fischbacher Giovanni Segantini Foundation

Ave Maria a trasbordo (Ave Maria Crossing the Lake), 1890–1892

Black Conté crayon and pencil, white highlights, on blue-green rag paperboard, 24.4 x 37.8 cm
Acquisition, 1935

L’angelo della vita (The Angel of Life), 1892

Conté crayon, pastel and gold pencil on white paper, 59 x 43 cm
Acquisition, 1953

L’angelo della vita (The Angel of Life), 1894–1896

Conté crayon on paper, mounted on card, 41.5 x 34 cm
On permanent loan from the Otto Fischbacher Giovanni Segantini Foundation

Autoritratto (Self-Portrait), 1893

Conté crayon and pencil on paper, 34.5 x 24.2 cm
On permanent loan from the Otto Fischbacher Giovanni Segantini Foundation

L’annunciazione del nuovo verbo (The Annunciation of the New Word), 1896

Black crayon, white highlights, on card, 44.7 x 33 cm
Acquisition, 1929

Autoritratto (Self-Portrait), 1895

Charcoal with gold dust and traces of crayon on canvas, 59 x 50 cm
Donated by the Dr Oskar Bernhard Family, 1948

Primavera sulle Alpi (Springtime in the Alps), 1897

Charcoal and Conté crayon, heightened with white crayon, on card, 56 x 105 cm
Acquisition, 1949

Padiglione del Panorama dell’Engadina (Pavilion for the Engadin Panorama), 1897

Charcoal, black crayon and Conté crayon on paper, mounted on card, 52 x 53 cm
Donated by the Dr Oskar Bernhard Family, 1921

Studio per il Castello Belvedere al Maloja (Study of Belvedere Castle on the Maloja Pass), ca. 1898

Black charcoal on joined paper, 92 x 104 cm
Donated by the Segantini Family, 1991

Cartone per La morte (Cartoon for Death), 1898–1899

Conté crayon and black crayon, heightened with white crayon, on card, 85 x 153 cm
Acquisition, 1949

La vita (Life), 1898

Charcoal and Conté crayon on paper, 137 x 108 cm
On permanent loan from the Stiftung für Kunst, Kultur und Geschichte, Winterthur, 1982

La natura (Nature), 1898

Charcoal and Conté crayon on paper, 137 x 127 cm
On permanent loan from the Stiftung für Kunst, Kultur und Geschichte, Winterthur, 1982

La morte (Death), 1898

Charcoal and Conté crayon on paper, 137 x 108 cm
On permanent loan from the Stiftung für Kunst, Kultur und Geschichte, Winterthur, 1982

La valanga (The Avalanche), 1899

Pencil on beige paper, 68 x 38.8 cm
Acquisition, 1949