(1900 - 1979)
British born, Hann nevertheless spent a large part of his career in France and it is here that he developed his distinctive, impressionistic style. Although he retained a studio in Paris, he also travelled throughout France capturing the scenes of local life he encountered on his travels.
Despite his French orientation, he did spend time in England and, for a while kept studios firstly in London and then in Brighton.
His English output included not only fine views of London and the Thames but also the West Country.