Ferdinand HODLER (1853-1918)

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Ferdinand HODLER (1853-1918) (Suiza) es un artista nacido en 1853 El remate más antiguo catalogado en el sitio web es un(a) grabado vendido/a en 1985 en Neumeister, el más reciente siendo un(a) pintura vendido/a en 2021. Las cotizaciones y los índices del artista establecidos por Artprice.com se basan en 2.149 remates. Especialmente: dibujo acuarela, pintura, grabado, escultura, fotografia. Anunciamos 7 obras del artista Ferdinand HODLER (1853-1918) próximamente a subasta. El Marketplace de Artprice.com le propone 4 obras(s) del artista a la venta.