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about the art

The Sacred Hour (die Heilige Stunde)

Artist/Maker:Ferdinand Hodler (Swiss, b.1853, d.1918), painter

Date:Circa 1907-Circa 1911

Place:Switzerland

Classification:Painting

Measurements:72 x 89 in. (182.9 x 226.1 cm)

Medium:oil on canvas

Credit Line:The Edwin and Virginia Irwin Memorial, Fanny Bryce Lehmer Endowment, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Leyman Endowment; and Museum Purchase: Gift of Mary Hanna, Mrs. J. Louis Ransohoff, and Mary E. Johnston, by exchange

Department:European Painting and Sculpture

Accession No:1990.1294