Catalogue Raisonné

We are happy to provide information on request to art scholars, experts, galleries and auction houses, and of course to the owners of works by Louise Stomps. This information is based on the existing catalogue raisonné of her works. Please feel free to contact us using the contact form and we hope that this website has been of interest to you.

The catalogue raisonné has been created as an online database. A wide range of selection criteria can be applied and combined for evaluation purposes.

A web-based online catalogue is accessible via this link. It contains all the sculptures with a picture (if available) and all basic informations. The full catalogue of works contains further details and is available on request in the form of extracts and individual work information.

The online catalogue of graphic works is still under construction. It is already published here in its basic outline, with around 200 works. Many graphic works - including those from the estate - have yet to be completed and recorded.

Pictures can be opened by clicking on them and enlarged or reduced by pressing Ctrl + Scroll. They can be closed by pressing the arrow key (top left) or by pressing Alt + left arrow. A full-text search is available via the application menu (top right) or by pressing Ctrl + F.


Our expertise is based on many years of intensive study of the work of Louise Stomps. It is supported by the systematic collection of all available data in the Louise Stomps catalogue raisonné.

If we are not entirely sure, we will say so.

Images of the graphics:

Anja Elisabeth Witte, Berlinische Galerie

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no picture available at moment

When this message "no picture available" appears in the catalogue raisonné, we have not yet been able to find a suitable illustration.

Wooden sculpture

If a picture like this appears, a better one would be nice. Sometimes we have good images but important data are still missing.