Ferdinand Hodler the Swiss forerunner of modernity

Ferdinand Hodler

Swiss Symbolist painter, born in Bern in 1853. He was a forerunner of German expressionism.
In his early artistic maturity he prefers to paint landscapes and portraits. Make sketches on site by choosing places of classic beauty and then indoors in his studio, painting, transforming them into breathtaking scenery.

Afterwards his art evolved and combined the influence of different genres, in particular symbolism and art nouveau.
He himself called his personal form of symbolism "paralellism".
He died in Geneva in 1918, leaving several paintings unfinished that portray the Swiss city.

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Landscape on Lake Geneva

The original work is dated 1907 and is kept at the Neue Pinakothek in Munich, Germany. Considered to be one of the founders of modern art in...
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The Night

The original work dates 1890 and is kept in the Kunstmuseum in Bern, Switzerland. The night, because of the realism of the nudes and the...

The Shoemaker

The original work, created by the Swiss painter Ferdinand Hodler, dates back to 1878 and is part of a private collection. The subject is a...

The Day

The original work by Ferdinand Hodler is dated 1900 and is kept in the Kunstmuseum in Bern, Switzerland. The artist was born in this city, where a...
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