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This is a list of Swiss visual artists as ranked in the SIKART dictionary and database as of 13:06, 28 June 2008 (UTC).

Artists of great international significance (*****)[edit]

74 artists (approximately 0.5% of all artists in SIKART):

  • "Historic artists (primary focus on work up to the mid-20th century) with a distinctive oeuvre that is the subject of continuous discussion among art researchers. The work of these artists is represented in museums of international repute and is internationally acknowledged in specialist circles."
  • "Contemporary artists who receive prestigious grants and awards, and have created a distinctive oeuvre that occupies a lastingly exemplary position. The work of these artists is represented in museums of international repute and is internationally acknowledged in specialist circles."
  1. Jacques-Laurent Agasse 1767 - 1849
  2. Cuno Amiet 1868 - 1961
  3. Jost Ammann (Jobst) 1539 - 1591
  4. Albert Anker 1831 - 1910
  5. Jean Arp 1886 - 1966
  6. René Victor Auberjonois 1872 - 1957
  7. Johann Baptist Babel (Joannes Baptista) 1716 - 1799
  8. Max Bill 1908 - 1994
  9. Arnold Böcklin 1827 - 1901
  10. Alexandre Calame 1810 - 1864
  11. Antonio Ciseri 1821 - 1891
  12. Adolf Dietrich 1877 - 1957
  13. Martin Disler 1949 - 1996
  14. Peter Fischli 1952
  15. Fischli / Weiss 1979
  16. Robert Frank 1924
  17. Hans Fries (Johannes) 1460 - 1523
  18. Johann Heinrich Füssli 1741 - 1825
  19. Salomon Gessner 1730 - 1788
  20. Alberto Giacometti 1901 - 1966
  21. Antonio Augusto Giacometti 1877 - 1947
  22. Karl Girardet (Charles) 1813 - 1871
  23. Fritz Glarner 1899 - 1972
  24. Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre 1806 - 1874
  25. Camille Louis Graeser 1892 - 1980
  26. Urs Graf (Ursus) (der Ältere, I.) 1485 - 1528
  27. Anton Graff 1736 - 1813
  28. Heintz, Joseph (der Ältere I.) 1564 - 1609
  29. Ferdinand Hodler 1853 - 1918
  30. Samuel Hofmann 1595 - 1649
  31. Ambrosius Holbein (Ambross, Ambrosy) 1494 - 1518
  32. Hans Holbein (der Jüngere) 1497 - 1543
  33. Johannes Itten 1888 - 1967
  34. Maria Anna Angelika Kauffmann (Angelica) Catharina 1741 - 1807
  35. Paul Ernst Klee 1879 - 1940
  36. Le Corbusier 1887 - 1965
  37. Jean-Etienne Liotard (le peintre turc) 1702 - 1789
  38. Richard Paul Lohse 1902 - 1988
  39. Niklaus Manuel (Niclaus) (I.) 1484 - 1530
  40. Maria Sibylla Merian (Maria Sibila, Maria Sibilla, Maria ...) 1647 - 1717
  41. Matthaeus Merian (Matthäus, Mattheus) (der Ältere) 1593 - 1650
  42. Matthäus Merian (der Jüngere) 1621 - 1687
  43. Mario Merz 1925 - 2003
  44. Louis René Moilliet 1880 - 1962
  45. Pier Francesco Mola 1612 - 1666
  46. Robert Müller 1920 - 2003
  47. Hermann Obrist 1862 - 1927
  48. Meret Oppenheim 1913 - 1985
  49. James Pradier 1790 - 1852
  50. Markus Raetz 1941
  51. Germaine Richier 1902 - 1959
  52. Pipilotti Rist 1962
  53. Louis-Léopold Robert 1794 - 1835
  54. Dieter Roth 1930 - 1998
  55. Jean-Pierre Saint-Ours 1752 - 1809
  56. Niki de Saint Phalle 1930 - 2002
  57. Giovanni Battista Emmanuele Maria Segantini 1858 - 1899
  58. Giovanni Serodine 1600 - 1630
  59. Roman Signer 1938
  60. Louis Adolphe Soutter 1871 - 1942
  61. Daniel Spoerri 1930
  62. Théophile Alexandre Steinlen 1859 - 1923
  63. Tobias Stimmer 1539 - 1584
  64. Sophie Henriette Gertrud Taeuber-Arp 1889 - 1943
  65. André Thomkins 1930 - 1985
  66. Jean Tinguely 1925 - 1991
  67. Alexander Trippel 1744 - 1793
  68. Félix Edouard Vallotton 1865 - 1925
  69. Vincenzo Vela 1820 - 1891
  70. David Weiss 1946
  71. Joseph Werner (der Jüngere) 1637 - 1710
  72. Conrad Witz (Konrad) 1400 - 1447
  73. Adolf Wölfli 1864 - 1930
  74. Caspar Wolf 1735 - 1783

Artists of international significance (****)[edit]

220 artists (approximately 1.5% of all artists in SIKART):

  • "Historic artists whose works are represented in museums and collections of national or international repute. Their oeuvre is the subject of several individual publications in the field of art research."
  • "Contemporary artists who have received important grants and awards, whose oeuvre is acknowledged in current artistic discussion, and whose works are represented in museums, galleries and collections of national or international repute. Numerous individual exhibitions in museums and professionally managed galleries of national or international repute. Their work is the subject of numerous individual publications in the field of art research."
  1. Johann Ludwig Aberli 1723 - 1786
  2. Anna Maria Barbara Abesch 1706 - 1773
  3. Eva Aeppli 1925
  4. Hans Aeschbacher 1906 - 1980
  5. Albrecht von Nürnberg 1492 - 1531
  6. Aloïse 1886 - 1964
  7. Heinrich Altherr 1878 - 1947
  8. Ian Anüll 1948
  9. Adolphe François Appia 1862 - 1928
  10. ...