Hann Trier was a German abstract painter. Hann Trier was born in Düsseldorf, Germany in the year 1915. Trier attended the Kunstakacademie located in Düsseldorf.
The artist’s best known achievement was to paint the ceiling at Charlottenburg Palace. This achievement began in 1966 and was finished in 1972.
Trier served his country during World War 2.
The artist went on to be a lecturer at the Hamburg Academy of Fine Art. Later he would go on to be a professor and director of the Hamburg Academy of Fine Art.
Price range information: Prices range from $5,000 to $60,000. Trier worked in many mediums including oils, tempura, pastel, watercolor, and acrylics.
Hann Trier passed away in 1999.
In this clip some works of the artist and his artwork. The artwork starts at the 2:28 mark of the clip:
Hann Trier was a great painter who created wonderful abstract shapes. The artist also had an outstanding sense of color. In many of his works I get the feeling of a bird moving quickly for food on the ground below or in the sky above. To me many of his shapes resemble bird feathers.
Thanks to Nannus for mentioning this fantastic painter!