(1899 - 1971)
Albert Henrich was active/lived in Germany. Albert Henrich is known for still life, figure and landscape painting.
Biography Albert Henrich
Albert Henrich pursued his artist's career within the realist movements that spread across Germany in the 1920s and 1930s and his painting belongs to the so-called Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity). He chiefly embraced landscapes and portraits, genres cultivated by the seventeenth-century Dutch painters, whose interest in technical perfection he also adopted.
Henrich was born in Düsseldorf, Germany, where he spent most of his life and played an
important role on the art scene. He trained at the city's Kunstakademie under SellerManchen, Spatz and Ederer. He was conscripted by the army when the First World War erupted.
Henrich had already made a name for himself by the time he received the Albrecht Dürer prize awarded by
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