Anders Hansen (1926 - 2019) was a Norwegian artist whose works often revolved around modern abstract themes. His works were known for their bright colors and intricate geometric patterns and shapes. He exhibited in Norway during the 1950s and later toured throughout Europe. Some of his important works include The Square of Fire (1955) which expressed the intensity of a nuclear fire, Red Labyrinth (1965) which explored the complex ideas of mythological imagery, and Blue Wave (1969) which expressed the power of the sea. Hansen was also an accomplished teacher, having taught at Universities throughout Norway.
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— Mei Wang
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