Albert Christ-Janer was a painter renown for his abstract interpretations of the landscape. Albert Christ Janer was born in Appleton, Minnesota in the year 1910.
The artist attended St. Olaf College located in Northfield, Minnesota. Janer also attended the Art Institute of Chicago and then went on earn his M.F.A. from Yale University.
Christ-Janer was also an avid printmaker.
The artist was also a professor working at Cranbrook Academy, the Pratt Institute, and the University of Georgia.
Albert Christ-Janer passed away in 1973.
Price range information: Sorry none available. The artist worked in watercolor, oils, and printmaking.
What a great style of abstract painting. I enjoy his use of soft edges. The artist does a wonderful job at creating movement and fluidity in his work. Many of his works convey the feeling of sand blowing in the wind or the movement of water.