Hans Moller's painting, Sunrise, 1973, demonstrated the artist's primary concern with the formal issues of shape and color. Trained as a graphic designer in his native Germany, Moller carefully constructs his paintings out of discrete brushstrokes and color patches. His subject is reconstituted by this process into a visual impression that retains both a sense of place and mood.
Abstract sunrise over a body of water depicted in soft aqua blues, cream, and purple and a cloudy sky with orange, pink, purple, yellow and other pastel colors.
Allentown Art Museum
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