Artworks credits

Artworks credits

As a Swiss Private Bank, CBH Bank is proud to promote the Swiss cultural heritage.

In the framework of our partnership with the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire of Geneva, we are putting forward a selection of paintings by the renowned Swiss artist Ferdinand Hodler. Ferdinand Hodler is considered to be the Swiss artist that has had the most influence on the painting of the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century.

As ardent admirers of the Arts, we also pride ourselves on having gathered through the years, a beautiful private collection of artworks by both traditional painters, as well as some younger, more contemporary artists.

LE LÉMAN VU DE CHEXBRES, VERS 1904

Oil on canvas Huile sur toile
80 x 100 cm
© Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève, Ville de Genève, photo : Yves Siza

LE LAC LÉMAN ET LE MONT BLANC (LA RADE DE GENÈVE ET LE MONT BLANC À L’AUBE, AVEC CYGNES)

1918. Oil on canvas, 77 x 152.2 cm. © Musée d’art et d’histoire, Ville de Genève

Photo : Yves Siza.

LE LAC DE THOUNE AUX REFLETS SYMÉTRIQUES
Ferdinand Hodler

1905
Huile sur Toile, 80.2 x 100 cm
© Musée d’art et d’histoire, Ville de Genève
Photo : Bettina Jacot-Descombes

LE QUAI DES PÂQUIS À GENÈVE
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot

Around 1842 – 34 x 46 cm – Oil on canvas
© Musée d’art et d’histoire, Geneva, Bequeathed by M. et Mme Frédéric Mayor, 1919

LE LAC DE THOUNE, LE BLÜEMLISALP ET NIESEN
Ferdinand Hodler

1853-1918. Oil on canvas, 38 x 55 cm.
© Private Collection CBH Compagnie Bancaire Hevétique, photo Pascal Bitz

LA JUNGFRAU VUE DE MÜRREN
Ferdinand Hodler

1914
Huile sur Toile, 62.8 x 86 cm
© Musée d’art et d’histoire, Ville de Genève
Photo : Yves Siza

FÉLIX AUBLET
Huile sur toile

Composition abstraite, 1961