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Edited by Katharina Schmidt. Text by Oskar Batschmann, Robert Kopp, Matthias Frehner, Paul Muller, Katharina Schmidt.Reseña del editor:
"When an artist has an aim, when he is not content with reproducing a scene in an ordinary way, when he has a decorative purpose, he can concentrate on form, or color, or on the effects of light an shade." Ferdinand Hodler Swiss painter Ferdinand Hodler (1853 1918) is one of Europe s most influential artistic personalities, whose work bridged the styles of Realism, Symbolism, and the modern period. Despite initial praise, his extensive oeuvre has not always been an object of admiration; its diversity and originality, however, deserve international re-evaluation. Hodler s symbolist vision of a large, harmonious union of man and nature is expressed both in unique and monumental figurative compositions, and in stylized landscapes of sheer mountain peaks and glinting lakes. Twenty-five years since the last retrospective, this fresh and extensive assessment of Hodler s paintings invites the viewer to explore his work anew; on the one hand it represents a unique view of turn-of-the-century art and Symbolism, on the other it demonstrates a powerful and genuine interest in the depiction of man.
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Descripción Hatje Cantz Publishers, Ostfildern-Ruit, 2008. Cloth. Condición: New. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Fine Condition. 416 pages 316 illustrations in color. Still in publisher's shrink wrap. Edited by Katharina Schmidt. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Kunstmuseum Bern April 9-August 10, 2008 and the Szépmüvészeti Múzeum, Budapest, September 9-December 14, 2008. Nº de ref. del artículo: 019217