Willy Ter Hell
(1883 - 1947)
Willy Ter Hell was active/lived in Germany. Willy Ter Hell is known for paintings.
Biography Willy Ter Hell
Born in East Frisia, the
landscape painter Willy Ter Hell (1883-1947) was a student of Heinrich
Harder (1858-1935) at the Academy of the Arts Berlin and Eugen Bracht
(1842-1921) in Dresden. From 1906, he participated in the major art
exhibitions in Berlin and in 1914 he was commissioned to paint the lobby
of the New City Hall in Berlin-Schöneberg. He was twice awarded with the Gold Medal: in 1913 in Munich and in 1914 in Berlin.