Thierry Noir, a French artist based in Berlin, creates large, colourful murals and paintings featuring abstract, cartoonish figures with abstract, graffiti-like elements in his prints. If you’re looking for original Thierry Noir prints and editions for sale or would like to sell, request a complimentary valuation and browse our network’s most in-demand works.

Thierry Noir prints for sale

Black And Blue - Signed Print by Thierry Noir 2014 - MyArtBroker
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Fast Form Manifest (Black) - Signed Print by Thierry Noir 2016 - MyArtBroker
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Crocodile - Signed Print by Thierry Noir 2013 - MyArtBroker
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Yes Or Noir - Signed Print by Thierry Noir 2003 - MyArtBroker
Yes Or Noir 
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Jazz - Signed Print by Thierry Noir 2015 - MyArtBroker
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Blue - Signed Print by Thierry Noir 2013 - MyArtBroker
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Thierry Noir, born in 1958 in Lyon, France, is a renowned street artist who rose to prominence in the 1980s for his iconic, brightly coloured murals on the Berlin Wall. Through his work, Noir aimed to reflect the changing political and social landscape of the time, and his paintings have since become powerful symbols of hope, freedom, and the power of art in the face of adversity. Today, Noir continues to create art that challenges boundaries and sparks conversation, solidifying his status as a pioneer in the world of street art.

Thierry Noir's Early Inspirations and Move to Berlin

Growing up in France, Noir was inspired by the vibrant colours and bold patterns of Henri Matisse, the raw emotion of Francis Bacon, and the powerful subversiveness of Pablo Picasso. In 1982, he decided to move to Berlin, attracted by the thriving underground art scene and the opportunity to engage in the city's burgeoning punk and new wave movements. Settling in a squat near the Berlin Wall, Noir found himself on the front lines of the Cold War, and it was here that he began to develop his distinctive artistic style.

Abstract caricature faces in bold black lines arranged in a Tetris-like puzzle against a vibrant cerulean blue backdrop. The faces feature exaggerated lips in red, blue and white hair, and some with protruding teeth.

Image © Sotheby's / Brompton Road at 6pm © Thierry Noir 1958

1. £107,950 for Thierry Noir's Brompton Road at 6pm

Brompton Road at 6pm (2014) is a large-scale oil painting on canvas featuring caricatured side-profile faces executed in bold black sinuous lines against a vibrant blue backdrop, inviting various interpretations of its title.

Thierry Noir first painted his signature face motifs on the Berlin Wall, firmly rooting them within a political and historical context, juxtaposed with dynamic and playful hues. This artwork gained significant acclaim, achieving £107,950 (fees included) at Sotheby's online Contemporary Curated sale in April 2023, establishing Noir's auction record and solidifying his position in the contemporary art world.

An abstract canvas with shades of grey, vibrant red, and green. A bold black-lined caricature in a side profile is drawn over the colors. The green forms the eye, red creates exaggerated lips, and a lighter grey hue resembles a hat. The artwork is signed "NOIR" in the bottom left corner.

Image © Sotheby's / My perceptive vision crosses the darkness and stares at the ferryboats that take to the sea © Thierry Noir 2020

2. £101,600 for Thierry Noir's My perceptive vision crosses the darkness and stares at the ferryboats that take to the sea

My Perceptive Vision Crosses the Darkness and Stares at the Ferryboats That Take to the Sea (2020) is a large-scale canvas exemplifying Thierry Noir's talent in creating captivating pieces using a minimal colour palette. The composition predominantly features striking red lips, shades of grey, and an electrifying chartreuse eye.

This artwork embodies Noir's playful artistic language, evident in the portrait's title and symbolic references. The title hints at the figure's resemblance to a sailor, mentioning “darkness’’ representing the sea's depth and mystery. In addition to its contemporary aesthetic, this work carries a narrative and symbolism that enrich the minimalist depiction. Presented in Sotheby's Contemporary Curated online sale in April 2023, the artwork achieved £101,600 (fees included).

 An abstracted palette of greys, red, blue, and orange showcases a bold caricature face drawn in black lines. The side portrait view reveals exaggerated lips in red, an eye in blue, and an orange element that can be interpreted as hair or a crown.

Image © Christie's / A Certain Degree of Mystery Surrounds the Way I Do My Hair © Thierry Noir 2020

3. £100,800 for Thierry Noir's A Certain Degree of Mystery Surrounds the Way I Do My Hair

A Certain Degree of Mystery Surrounds the Way I Do My Hair (2020) showcases Thierry Noir's skilful use of limited colours, predominantly grey and blue, with vibrant accents of red lips and golden orange hair. Thierry Noir's playful approach to figuration aligns with the work's title, referencing the portrayal of hair that resembles a crown.

This artwork is among Noir's top-selling works, achieving an impressive £100,800 (fees included) in Christie's online Post-War & Contemporary art sale.

An abstracted palette with grey at the bottom and light blue on top, representing the sky and pavement. A vibrant caricature walks in the middle, depicted in abstracted yellow, orange, and pink hues, outlined in bold black lines. The figure gazes downward at a three-petaled flower held in its hand. The artwork is signed "NOIR" in the bottom left corner.

Image © Sotheby's / Flower To The People Of London © Thierry Noir 2014