"My life in art began when I was eight years old. So, I have been intently interested in the inspiration, execution and visual pleasures, which have been my joy, for a lifetime. I majored in art in high school and was fortunate to have a teacher who mentored and encouraged me to pursue it with great passion.

I received my Bachelor of Arts degree from Woodbury University. My master’s degree from the famous Beaux-Arts Académie in Paris, and my doctorate from the Sorbonne University. I did further post-graduate work at the Bella Institute in Rome, Heidelberg University in Germany and Edinburgh University in Scotland. I was fortunate to have studied and worked with such greats as Oskar Kokoschka, Andre Lhote, Fernand Leger, and Pierre-Jerome. I have had meetings and conversations with artists such as Francis Bacon, Juan Miro, and many accomplished artists from many countries.

I became a very successful art dealer, and that led to a thorough understanding of the exhibiting and commercial aspects of the art world. In that seventy years of an all-consuming career as artist and art dealer, I gained a perspective that I feel can benefit anyone with the passion for painting, or to just absorb and appreciate this enjoyable creative process. I share that with you in this book."

- Christian Title











"The book, Climbed the Hill, is the story of a young man from an ordinary family, who is captivated early in life with art and music. His passions for the creative pursuits drive him to achieve abilities that boggle the mind. His skills at an early age are astonishing. His physical drives compete with his ambitions, and he involves the reader in the passions and tensions that are part of the creative realm. His desire to see the world and experience everything brings the viewer into the possibilities of a life so complete that few could imagine. It is a story that gives you that special understanding that anything could be part of your destiny."
"The adventures of a young man with a talent as a singer and musician, artist and writer, is the biography of Christian Title. He has lived and worked in many countries, sailed his yachts around the world. Experienced some of the world'smost beautiful and famous women, and achieved a major level of financial success.   A life of accomplishment, passion, and appreciation that he shares in his book. "Climbed the Hill", Fully illustrated in color with the paintings that brought him the recognition of a great artist. The explicit descriptions of his encounters with women are emotionally chargedand the evaluations are heartfelt. It is a book that men should read, it will open new doors to the possibilities in life, Women will benefit as well, it will foster an understanding of the physical drives and dreams of the men they will encounter. "
"Christian Title's " Climbed the Hill" is a powerful open and honest account of his remarkable life journey, and creative achievements. At a early age Christian demonstrated rare maturity, sensitivity and ambition.Those rendering qualities, combined with appetite and appreciation for life, love, music and art led him on an incredible journeys he pursued his passions. The authors colorful and descriptive narrative transports the reader, allowing them to picture the fascinating encounters, events and adventures that shaped him into an incredibly talented an d successful artist, as well as the remarkable man he is today.His absolute contentment and pleasure found later in life with his soulmate and wife Joyce demonstrates that dreams really can come true.Congratulations on a great read Mr. Title, the impact of your works and contribution to the art world is an inspiration and invaluable."



When my brother and I were very young, my father would tuck us in bed and tell us bedtime stories. He had a great imagination and would tell us these fantastic tales and embellish them with descriptions of the characters and places. My brother and I would get excited with all the fun things he would describe. I remember as I got older that I would lie there and make up different endings to his stories that I thought were better. At the time I had no idea that this creative and stimulating atmosphere would be the foundation for my fantasies. As a young boy my mother nicknamed me the, "Dreamer", as I often escaped into the world of my own fantasies. My mother said I would never amount to anything if I spent all of my time pondering the magical. I have learned that all people and all things are only what is conceived in the mind. I was guided into the art world, and art and music became my sole interests. Sometime later I discovered girls, then my fantasies became sexual about the women that I knew. It was in a way the means to making interesting evaluations, which in many cases were accurate. I started to illustrate the ideas I had about people and sex and their aberrations. My serious interest in art then paved the road to art schools, good professors and attaining the skill for traditional work. But, in the back of my mind was lingering the mystical and magic of my fantasies. I started to use shorthand symbols that were my own alphabet of meaning, and the scope grew and has never stopped. I am very much aware that most of my imagery is very foreign to the viewer, but with time and emotional response, I think people will get into my world. I am so entertained while executing the drawing, I can't help but think the viewer can reach this same level. It is my world and I would like to share it with you.  - Christian Title