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HODLER Ferdinand (1853-1918) Nationality : Swiss

He came from a poor family and lost both of his parents at an early age. He received his first training from Ferdinand Sommer, a painter from Thun who produced lake and mountain landscape views for tourists. In 1871 or 1872 Hodler moved to Geneva to attend lectures in natural science at the College de Geneve and to copy paintings by Alexandre Calame and Francois Diday in the museum there. In 1873 he became a pupil of Bartholemy Menn at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Geneva and while there undertook an intensive study of Durer's writings on proportions.

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