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Catalogues raisonnés




As part of its common public interest mission, and to allow a precise albeit generous dissemination of knowledge, the Hartung-Bergman Foundation conducts the publication of the catalogues raisonnés for both artists, based on a reasonably free and open access policy. By carrying this mission, the Foundation respects the wish Hans Hartung and Anna-Eva Bergman expressed during their lifetime, to value the documentation they have bequeathed.




The catalogues raisonnés of Hans Hartung

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The catalogues raisonnés of Hans Hartung’s works are the result of the processing of abundant archives kept by the institution (universal legatee of the artist and holder of his moral rights), but also from collaborations with worldwide experts and internal expertise. Although separately processed to adjust each interface to its specific corpus, the various catalogues raisonnés communicate with each other by hyperlinks.

The Foundation will receive any additional information that could enrich this task: in particular, the discovery of lost or stolen works, the information on the origins or affiliations, the reporting of documentation and iconographic or bibliographic sources... The catalogues raisonnés are therefore likely to evolve, all previous states becoming new archives.

Finally, it reminds the user who discovers the work of Hans Hartung or who seeks information on specific artworks, that this tool only displays a limited amount of the huge quantity of digital and physical resources enclosed at the Foundation.


The catalogue raisonné of Anna-Eva Bergman’s prints

The catalogue raisonne of Anna-Eva Bergman’s prints is available online since November 2017.

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The paper edition:

The Foundation published in 2015 the catalogue raisonné of Anna-Eva Bergman’s prints. This work – at the heart of the missions of valorization of works and archives that the institution conducts daily – has resulted in the publication of a book that reproduces and describes each one of the 254 numbers of her graphic works: etchings, woodcuts, lithographs and serigraphs. This publication also gives the opportunity to consider the remarkable value of this part of her career, closely linked with her pictorial production. Three texts enlighten the question of the role of print in the work of Bergman and analyze this aspect of her production both from the technical point of view and from that of its context and its critical reception.

Anna-Eva Bergman
L’oeuvre gravé / Grafikk
Bilingual edition (French/Norwegian)

This publication of the catalogue raisonné of Anna-Eva Bergman’s prints was launched for the exhibition "Anna-Eva Bergman, Graphic Universe", held at the Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design of Oslo (November 2015 - August 2016). It was supported by this latter for its paper edition.