Hans Moller (American, b. Germany, 1905-2000) was an abstractionist artist known as a colorist. From 1919-1927, he took night classes at Kunstgewerbeschule Wuppertal-Barmen, an arts and crafts school local to his German hometown, while working days as a bricklayer. He then studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin. He married Helen Rosenblum in 1933. Three years later, they immigrated to the United States to escape the Nazis. They settled in New York City, where Moller found work as a graphic designer with Lord & Thomas. He had his first solo show at Bonestell Gallery in 1942. Throughout the next two decades, he had more than 25 solo exhibitions at various Manhattan galleries; almost all sold out. He... more.

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