Emil Zbinden's work consists mainly of drawings and woodcuts.

The artist achieved great fame through his illustrations of the works of Jeremias Gotthelf and C. A. Loosli, both important swiss writers. He mainly created black and white works on the themes of landscape and people in the Emmental as well as workers and industry. Zbinden also left behind an important amount of painted works.


 

Credits: Paul Senn, FFV, Kunstmuseum Bern, Dep. GKS. © GKS

 
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Archive and copyright of works:

Karl and Katharina Zbinden-Bärtschi, Garbenweg 3, CH-3027 Bern

info@emilzbinden.ch

Last updated: May 19th 2019