Monograffi Fine Art Galleries
~  Albert Henrich (1899-1971)  ~
Albert Henrich studied the techniques and compositions of the seventeenth-century Dutch painters, embracing the genres of still life, landscape and portraits that were cultivated in that era. Henrich's oeuvre falls into the mainstream of Neue Sachlichkeit, but because his art was mainly apolitical at the time he was allowed to exhibit under the National Socialists.

Frühlingsblumen in einer Keramikvase


 Portrait of painter AM Trankler (1926)


Best friend (1951)




Erinnerung an ibiza (1956)


Stillleben mit Adler und Pickelhaube (1968)





Still Life with Hat and Collar (1925)


Still life of Delft jar, candlestick and books