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Zeno Hodge 1911 Lady with Ribbons in Hair
Estimate: $50 - $100
From the artist's portfolio; Zeno Hodge (American, b. 1896) Lady with ribbons in her hair; watercolor on paper; 15" x 9 1/2"; Signed, dated, 1911, lower right. Living and dying in Rushville, Indiana, Hodge studied at the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis ca. 1917-1918, under the instruction of Hoosier Group artists William Forsythe and Otto Stark, as well as Clifton Wheeler. Hodge was also a graduate of the Correspondence Institute of America and was married to Mary L. Veatch, a graduate of Valparaiso University and an art teacher in Knightstown, Indiana. Hodge’s watercolors and oil paintings show influence from his Hoosier group instructors as well as from popular 1920s artists like Harrison Fisher.