Ferdinand Hodler: Catalogue raisonné der Gemälde

Band 2: Die Bildnisse

Oskar Bätschmann, Monika Brunner, and Bernadette Walter

Ferdinand Hodler: Catalogue raisonné der Gemälde

Oskar Bätschmann, Monika Brunner, and Bernadette Walter

Distributed for Scheidegger and Spiess

424 pages | 557 color plates, 211 halftones | 9 1/2 x 12 | © 2012
German-language edition; please allow six weeks for delivery
Cloth $570.00 ISBN: 9783858812551 Published February 2013 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe
Ferdinand Hodler (1853–1918) is arguably the foremost Swiss artist of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Ignoring artistic conventions of his time he created a vast oeuvre of impressive landscapes and portraits, monumental paintings of historic scenes and symbolistic and allegorical figures, and also of drawings and sketches. Hodler gained some recognition outside Switzerland already at his time, but a number of recent international publications and exhibitions as well as raising prices for his works in auctions indicate that Hodler has definitely become an important and highly renowned figure in art history.
Although Hodler's work has been widely published in recent years, a catalogue raisonné of his work has been lacking. This gap is being closed now by the Swiss Institute for Art Reasearch (SIK-ISEA) in Zurich. The result of years of scholarly work is going to be published in four parts until 2016. 

Föderer und Mäzene



Roger Fayet



Oskar Bätschmann und Paul Müller


Die Bildnisse von Ferdinand Holder

Oskar Bätschmann, Monika Brunner, Bernadette Walter




Hinweise zum Katalog


Kat. 627–Kat. 1055

Kat. D53–Kat. D68

Fragliche Zuschreibungen


Kat. R71–Kat. R105

Irrtümliche Zuschreibungen und Fälschungen







Literatursigel und Ausstellungssigel



Abweichende historische Titel aus der älteren Literatur

Personen und Instituionen


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