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Iconographia

Merletti di carta

J.J. Hauswirth and L.D. Saugy

Charles Apothéloz
1978 / 120 PAGES. Language: In two editions: Italian, English
A collection of astonishing works by Johann-Jakob Hauswirth, whose folk art, thanks to Louis-David Saugy’s diligence and skill, soon became a tradition that lent renown to the Pays-d’Enhaut valley.
Between the snowy crags of Pays-d’Enhaut, in the heart of French-speaking Switzerland, the small museum of Chateau-d’Oex displays unexpected gems of a lost art: brightly-coloured images, naïve pastoral scenes, flowers, animals, small objects pertaining to Alpine valley life cut out of paper and transfigured by the imagination of Johann-Jakob Hauswirth and Louis-David Saugy who, at the time of his death in 1953, was already considered a master of paper cutting.