2 edition of Ferdinand Hodler found in the catalog.
Sharon L. Hirsh
Bibliography: p. 143-144.
|Statement||Sharon L. Hirsh.. --|
|Contributions||Hodler, Ferdinand, 1853-1918|
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|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
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The works of Swiss symbolist painter Ferdinand Hodler (14 March – 19 May ).. Zedign Art Series Book One Hundred And Six. F. Hodler; Erinnerung an die Hodler-Ausstellung im Zu?rcher Kunsthaus, Sommer , von Hans Trog () (Reprint) Trog, Hans, Published by Pranava Books ().
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Ferdinand Hodler was one of the famous Swiss painters of the 19th century. His early maturity paintings were landscapes, figure compositions, and portraits, treated with a strong realism.
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Published to accompany the artists’ most comprehensive exhibition in Austria since his resounding success at the Secession, Ferdinand Hodler: Elective Affinities from Klimt to Schiele.
Ferdinand Hodler was born on Ma in Bern, Switzerland. He was a son of Jean Hodler, a carpenter, and Marguerite (Neukomm) Hodler.
Ferdinand's childhood was characterized by poverty, sickness and death. His father died soon after Hodler. Swiss painter Ferdinand Hodler is one of Europe's best least-known artists.
Though he remained in Switzerland for his entire life, his international reputation has been growing in the past several decades, beginning with a traveling retrospective in the early s.
Hodler. Ausstellung Ferdinand Hodler im Zürcher Kunsthaus, Juni August by Ferdinand Hodler 1 edition - first published in : Ferdinand Hodler () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. Author: William Hauptman,Ferdinand Hodler; Publisher: 5Continents ISBN: N.A Category: Art Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Ferdinand Hodler () was one of the best-known Swiss.
Ferdinand Hodler's emotionally loaded landscapes and ritualized portraits were among the earliest harbingers of Expressionist painting in Europe, and a key bridge between the idioms of late-nineteenth-century Symbolism, Realism and modernist Expressionism.
Published for a major exhibition at New York's Neue Galerie, this volume gathers a selection of Hodler. In The Night, Ferdinand Hodler portrays himself as having been rudely awakened by the figure of death.
Around him are entwined men and women asleep, with self-portraits slipped in along with portraits of the two women with whom Hodler shared his life at that time: Augustine Dupain, his companion since the early days and mother of his son.Ferdinand Hodler() was born in Bern, Switzerland.
By the time Hodler was eight years old, he had lost his father and two younger brothers to tuberculosis; his mother and remaining siblings would .During the last years of his life, Ferdinand Hodler (–) made significant advances in his painting, creating some of his most important and touching masterpieces.
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