“Femme sauterelle (woman grasshopper)”
By Germaine Richier, French sculptor, 1904-1959. “My figures are original beings. Original and independent – that's what sculpture should be for me.” Second-floor sculpture garden.
“Untitled (Le Buffle)”
By Jean Tinguely (1925-1991), a Swiss artist and friend of the Bechtlers. He got the water buffalo head from Hans Bechtler's attic. Second-floor gallery.
“Glacier with Coloured Petals”
By Alexander Calder, American sculptor and artist, 1898-1976. Fourth-floor gallery. Artists working with historic weavers revived the industry in the 1960s. This tapestry was produced by the Pinton atelier in Felletin, France, following Calder's design. Fourth-floor gallery.