Hans Hofmann Paintings

Hans Hofmann (1880–1966) was a German-American artist who played a very important role in the development of Abstract Expressionism and Post-War American Art. When he was young, he briefly moved to Paris in order to study art and in 1915, he opened up his own art school in Munich. Approximately fifteen years later he was invited to teach in the United States. Hofmann taught many of the United States’ up and coming Abstract Expressionist artists, including  Helen Frankenthaler, Ray Eames, and Lee Krasner, among others. His art is characterized by his experimental and bold use of colors.

Paintings by Hans Hofmann in Chronological Order:

     
Self Portrait, 1902 St Tropez, 1928 Untitled, 1928
Untitled, c.1929 Self-Portrait, 1932 Japanese Girl, 1935
Interior Composition, 1935 Landscape, 1935 Table with Teakettle, Green Vase and Red Flowers, 1936
Yellow Table on Green, 1936 Suburbian, 1936 Still Life Interior, 1941
Untitled, 1941 Untitled, 1942 Self-Portrait with Brushes, 1942
Provincetown, 1942 Provincetown, 1942 Untitled, 1943
The Wind, 1942-1944 Shapes in Black, 1944 Cataclysm, 1945
Solstice, 1946 The Mannequin, 1946 The Third Hand, 1947
Asklepois, 1947 Ecstasy, 1947 Yellow Predominance, 1949
Untitled, 1949-1950 The Window, 1950 Polynesian, 1950
Magenta and Blue, 1950 Composition, No.V, 1952 Composition No. 1, 1953
Abstraction in White, 1954 The Prey, 1956 The Garden, 1956
August Light, 1957 Dew and Dusk, 1957 Golden Splendor, 1957
Pastorale, 1958 Equipoise, 1958 Morning Mist, 1958
Joy Sparks of the Gods II, 1958 Equinox, 1958 Rhapsody, 1958
Kaleidos, 1958 Abstract Euphony, 1958 Bird Cage Variation II, 1958
Above Deep Waters, 1959 The Bouquet, 1959 The Vanquished, 1959
Cathedral, 1959 Indian Summer, 1959 The Conjurer, 1959
Pompeii, 1959 The Gate, 1959-1960 The Lark, 1960
Black Diamond, 1961 Summer Night’s Bliss, 1961 Delirious Pink
Astral Nebula, 1961 Wild Vine, 1961 Love Poem, 1962
Sanctum Sanctorum, 1962 Memoria in Aeternum, 1962 Rope-Swinger, 1962
Veluti in Speculum, 1962 Lucidus Ordo, 1962 Magnum Opus, 1962
Genius Logic, 1963 Don Quixote, 1963 In the Vastness of Sorrowful Thoughts, 1963
Furioso, 1963 Gloriamundi, 1963 Golden Autumn, 1963
Idolatress I, 1963 Nocturnal Splendor, 1963 To J.F.K. – A Thousand Roots Did Die With Thee, 1963
Song of the Nightingale, 1964 To Miz – Pax Vobiscum, 1964 Silent Night, 1964
Ora Pro Nobis, 1964 Rising Moon, 1964 The Clash, 1964
Maiden Dance, 1964 Nulli Secundus, 1964 The Castle, 1965
Lust and Delight, 1965 Summer 1965, 1965 Renate’s Nantucket, 1965
Heraldic Call, 1965 Lonely Journey, 1965 Legends of Distant Past Days, 1965
Little Cherry, 1965 Deep Within the Ravine, 1965 Profound Longing, 1965
Art Like Love Is Dedication, 1965

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