Albert-Edgar Yersin (1905-1984) was a master of the art and craft of drawing. The exhibition showcases some of his most powerful creations. From his childhood in America to his final days in Lausanne, Albert-Edgar Yersin was an avid draughtsman, roughing out numerous landscapes, copying paintings by Old Masters, transferring his own sketches to metal plates, experimenting with a range of techniques, and inventing his own highly original style drawing on Surrealism, abstraction and figurative art. He influenced a generation of artists and sparking a new wave of interest in etching and artists’books.