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The Hainard Foundation

The Hainard Foundation aims to preserve and make known the works of the artists of the Hainard family.

In its headquarters, the works are visible in the authentic professional and family environment of Germaine and Robert Hainard.

It is located in the former house-workshop of Germaine and Robert Hainard in the village of Bernex in Geneva.

Introduction to the foundation
Robert Hainard, Self-portrait,<br /> Confignon, April 8, 1936, woodcut - Copyright Hainard Foundation

Robert Hainard, Self-portrait,
Confignon, April 8, 1936, woodcut

Masterpieces of the collection

The Hainard Foundation's collection was built up thanks to the generosity of the Hainard family.

Germaine Hainard Roten, Self-portrait,<br /> Le Locle, 1925, oil on canvas - Copyright Hainard Foundation

Germaine Hainard Roten, Self-portrait,
Le Locle, 1925, oil on canvas

Philippe Hainard, Maternité, Eugénie et Robert Hainard,<br /> Geneva, 1908, oil on canvas - Copyright Hainard Foundation

Philippe Hainard, Maternité, Eugénie et Robert Hainard,
Geneva, 1908, oil on canvas

The Hainard Workshop

At the Atelier you will be able to see engravings, paintings, sculptures and books and on special request sketches and watercolors.
You will also be able to discover the artists' living environment which has been preserved in the middle of its meadow and old trees.
The Atelier Hainard SARL will present works or publications of the artist which are for sale.

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Germaine Hainard Roten, Impression de printemps, Sézenove, avril 1933, huile sur toile - Copyright Hainard Foundation

Germaine Hainard Roten, Impression de printemps,

Sézenove, avril 1933, huile sur toile

Robert Hainard, L’Angélique, Nant des Crues, 28 août 1941, gravure sur bois - Copyright Hainard Foundation

Robert Hainard, L’Angélique,

Nant des Crues, 28 août 1941, gravure sur bois

Robert Hainard, Lunaire vivace, Sergy, 1 février 1942, gravure sur bois - Copyright Hainard Foundation

Robert Hainard, Lunaire vivace,

Sergy, 1 février 1942, gravure sur bois

Germaine Hainard Roten, Laponie, 1951, huile sur toile - Copyright Hainard Foundation

Germaine Hainard Roten, Laponie,

1951, huile sur toile