(1915 - 1981)
Alf-Jorgen Aas was active/lived in Norway. Alf Jorgen Aas is known for painting and teaching.
Alf-Jørgen Aas (5 July 1915 – 20 August 1981) was a Norwegian painter and art instructor.
He was born in Trondheim and studied at the Norwegian National Academy of Fine Arts from 1934 to 1938 under Axel Revold (1887–1962), Jean Heiberg (1884–1976) and Georg Jacobsen. He debuted at the Kunstnerforbundet during November 1939.
Aas became professor at the National Academy of Fine Arts in 1965, and rector from 1975 to 1980. Aas was actively involved in the initial phase when the Henie-Onstad Art Centre was founded in Høvikodden, and he was a key adviser to the collection for several years.
Aas's simplified forms and used a consensus color scale characterized by green, blue, violet and ocher. He often painted in acrylic or wa ... Displaying 750 of 1225 characters.