Henrich, Albert (1899-1971)

Henrich, Albert (1899-1971)

German artist Albert Henrich is primarily known for his still lifes and landscapes, which are traditional in style and rooted in his admiration for seventeenth-century Dutch old masters. He travelled extensively, particularly towards the end of his life, including to North Africa, Italy, Spain and Greece.

1899

Born in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Enrolled at the Düsseldorf Art Academy under Seller, Manchen, Spatz and Ederer.

1927

Travelled to the south of France where he produced a series of landscapes.

1931

Awarded the Albrecht Dürer prize by the city of Nuremberg.

1937

Exhibited at the Haus der Kunst in Munich and Grosse Kunstausstellung held in Düsseldorf.

c. 1940

'Still Life With Flowers, Vase & Apple'

Albert Henrich

1942

Awarded the Cornelius prize.

1949

Founded the Düsseldorfer Künstlergruppe.

1971

Died.

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