Bird
 

Siegbert Hahn avoids the pictoral representation of humankind, preferring instead to use a symbol, the symbol of the bird.

This is in keeping with the timelessness of his world of images, his natura mystica.

At the same time it increases our awareness of the oneness of Man and Nature.  At home in the realm of the skies, the bird can take off from the earth on effortless wings.  And when people plan, or dream or build castles in the air, they can take off in similar fashion.  So Man admires and loves the bird, because it embodies his yearning for freedom.  The bird looks down from above, it commands the overall view.

 

Miniature       
         
     

Bird with the stone (1)
(2006) 19,5 x 14 cm
 

 

Bird with the stone (2)
(2006) 19,5 x 14 cm

   
     


Small size     

 

         
     
 

 

 

The bird's fountain

(1998) 32,5 x 23 cm
 
Patience

(2000) 32,5 x 25 cm
 


The stilt bird

(1962) 40 x 30 cm*
 



Medium size        
         
         
   
The patient bird
(1981) 60 x 50 cm


 
The black rooster
(1981) 60 x 50 cm
  The pipe bird
(1978) 60 x 60 cm*
         
   
Bird of the flora
(1985) 60 x 50 cm


The river bird
(1986) 60 x 50 cm


 
White rooster
(1992) 60 x 50 cm
       
   
Bird with stones
(1992) 60 x 50 cm


 
The night bird
(1992) 60 x 50 cm
  Bird or tree
(1997) 60 x 50 cm
(reserved)
       
     
The root bird
(1998) 60 x 50 cm


 
    In the shelter of the earth
(1997) 60 x 50 cm
         
     
     
 

Summer bird
(2006) 60 x 70 cm



 
Winter bird
(2006) 60 x 70 cm
     

Large size    
     
     










A bird's life
(1994) 65 x 85 cm*
 









 
The red rooster (1993) 80 x 100 cm
     
     









  The blue rooster
 
(1996)
  96 x 76 cm
 







  After the grape
  harvest
 
(1993)
  96 x 76 cm*
     
     








 
The white rooster
 
(1992)
  100 x 80 cm*
 
(sold)
 








 
The black bird
 
(1995)
  100 x 80 cm
     
     









 
The bird rock
  (1994)
  100 x 80 cm*