Artists

Herbert Albrecht

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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    KOPF - 2012
    Spanischer Kalkstein
    Höhe: 37 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    DOPPELKOPF - 2016
    Spanischer Kalkstein
    Höhe: 40,5 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    OHNE TITEL - 2014
    Indischer Sandstein
    Höhe: 30 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    KOPF - 2014
    Glaukonit
    Höhe: 25,5 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    KOPF - 2015
    Belgisch Hartgestein
    Höhe: 34,4 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    KOPF - 2017
    Forellenmarmor
    Höhe: 40 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    WÄCHTER - 1991
    Belgisches Hartgestein
    Höhe: 122,5 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    TURMKOPF - 2014
    Bronze, Exemplar: 1/6
    Höhe: 68,3 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    TORSO - 1949
    Salzburger Marmor
    Höhe: 81 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    KOPF - 2010
    Bronze, Exemplar: 4/5
    Höhe: 25,5 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    KLEINER DOM - 2012
    Bronze, Exemplar: 3/3
    Höhe: 39 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    SITZENDE FIGUR
    Bronze, Exemplar: 1/6
    Höhe 44 cm, Breite 57,5 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    STEHENDE FIGUR - 1984
    Russischer Marmor
    Höhe: 95 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    KOPF - 2015
    Glaukonit
    Höhe: 31 cm
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    HERBERT ALBRECHT
    FIGUR - 2017
    Irish black
    Höhe: 115 cm

Herbert Albrecht was born in Vorarlberg in 1921. From 1941 onwards he attended a sculpture class in Innsbruck. His art education was interrupted by Worl War II. He graduated the sculpture class of Franz Santifellner, the live drawing of Herbert Boeckl at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna in 1949 and the academy of Fritz Wotruba where he studied from 1951 to 1955. After his graduation Albrecht returned to Vorarlberg. During this time he made his first exhibitions. In 1987 he won the international art price of Vorarlberg. A lot of his sculptures are on public demand. Among others, he used mostly stone, bronze and wood as materials for his artwork. The sculptures depicture human bodies. A very prominent feature of his art is the treatment of the surface. Herbert Albrecht is one of the most important pioneers of modern sculptures in postwar Austria.