Kunstgalerij Albricht bv

Stand:   360

19th- and 20th-century master paintings

Utrechtseweg 107
6862 AE Oosterbeek
Netherlands
T  +31 26 361 18 76
info@albricht.nl
www.albricht.nl
9 Crusader House
14 Pall Mall
London, SW1Y 5LU
United Kingdom
T  +44(0)7572577833
london@albricht.nl
www.albricht.nl

Gallery Information

  • Bob Albricht Contact person
  • Carol Boender Assistant

Kunstgalerij Albricht was established in 1983 by the father of the current owner Bob Albricht. From the very beginning the gallery was a participant at TEFAF Maastricht and PAN Amsterdam setting the high standards. In 2002 they moved to the current premises in Oosterbeek,a 19th century former town hall giving two floors of beautiful exhibition space near the city of Arnhem. Bob Albricht has been raised amid the highest quality paintings and having worked several years alongside his father brought and maintained this tradition successfully into the 21ts century. Some years ago an office in London was opened to facilitate the growing group of international private collectors and institutions.

Artists Exhibited at the fair:

  • Benno Raffael Adam

    Benno Raffael Adam

  • John Clayton Adams

    John Clayton Adams

  • Willem van Aelst

    Willem van Aelst

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Koetser Gallery
    Kunsthandel P. de Boer bv
  • Johannes Evert Akkeringa

    Johannes Evert Akkeringa

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Kunsthandel A.H. Bies
    Also represented by:
    Studio 2000 Art Gallery Blaricum
  • Louis Apol

    Louis Apol

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Kunsthandel A.H. Bies
    Also represented by:
    Daatselaar Fine Art | Antiques
  • Karel Appel

    Karel Appel

    Biography : Dutch painter, sculptor and poet Karel Appel (1921-2006) was born in Amsterdam. His father was a barber and that was to be his profession too. Instead, he chose art school (Rijksacademie voor Beeldende Kunsten). After the Second Wolrd War he travelled to Liege and Paris. In November 1948, Appel helped found the Cobra art movement. He drew inspiration from primitive art, children’s drawings and outsider art, which he called unspoilt and pure. Appel painted spontaneously and created his compositions as he worked. He used to say: 'I just mess around'. Appel painted and made collages and sculptures using simple forms and vivid colours. In 1953, Appel made his name internationally at the São Paolo Biënnale. This led to exhibitions around the world. By 1990, he had studios in New York, Connecticut, Monaco and Tuscany. Artist's Objects:
  • Floris Arntzenius

    Floris Arntzenius

    Biography : Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Kunsthandel A.H. Bies
    Also represented by:
    Studio 2000 Art Gallery Blaricum
  • Prof. P. (Paul) Baum

    Prof. P. (Paul) Baum

    Biography :
  • Dr H.P. Bremmer

    Dr H.P. Bremmer

    Biography :
  • César Domela

    César Domela

    Biography :
  • Paul Gustav Fischer

    Paul Gustav Fischer

    Biography : Paul Fischer belongs to the fourth generation of Fischers to live in Denmark. This Jewish family originally came from Poland. The family was upper middle class; Paul's father had started as a painter, but later succeeded in the business of manufacturing paints and lacquers. His formal art education lasted only a short time in his mid teens when he spent two years at the Royal Danish Academy of Art in Copenhagen. Fischer began to paint when he was still young, guided by his father. It was thanks to a painting he had published in Ude og Hjemme that his reputation began to evolve as he came in contact with young Danish naturalists. His earlier paintings depict city life. For this reason, he has been called "Copenhagen's painter" or "Københavns maler". After a stay in Paris from 1891–1895, his colours became richer and lighter. It was not long before Fischer gained fame as a painter of cities, not just Copenhagen, but scenes from Scandinavia, Italy and Germany, reaching his zenith between 1890 and 1910. He benefited from contemporaries in Norway and Sweden, especially Carl Larsson. Around this time, he also painted bright, sunny bathing scenes, some with nude women, and developed an interest in posters, inspired by Théophile Steinlen and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Artist's Objects:
  • Paul Gabriël

    Paul Gabriël

  • Leo Gestel
  • Vincent van Gogh

    Vincent van Gogh

  • I.L. (Isaäc) Israels
  • Isaac Israels

    Isaac Israels

    Biography : The son of the cultivated and sophisticated painter Jozef Israëls, Isaac Israëls developed an interest in literature, travel and painting as a child. Between 1878 and 1880 he studied at the academy in The Hague. His special talent was obvious from an early age. In 1881, when he was 16, he painted a picture which was purchased even before it was finished by the artist and collector Hendrik Willem Mesdag. Street in Amsterdam, ca. 1900 Apart from one or two extensive travels, from 1886 Israëls lived in Amsterdam. In that year he registered at the Amsterdam Academy of Art to complete his schooling. However, he only stayed for the one year: there was not much more they could teach him. Israëls often spent the summer months with his father in Scheveningen. Fascinated by the changeable light of sun and sea, he painted many colourful seaside scenes. In Amsterdam Israëls was a close friend of George Hendrik Breitner. The two artists tried to capture the fleeting moments of everyday life in the Dutch capital. To obtain that 'snapshot' feeling, they used abruptly truncated figures. Between 1903 and 1923 Israëls spent most of his time in Paris and London. In 1923 he returned to his parent's home in The Hague, where his father's old studio became his new workplace. There, until his death, he produced his impressionist paintings with their bright and brilliant colours. (source: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam) Exhibition : The son of the cultivated and sophisticated painter Jozef Israëls, Isaac Israëls developed an interest in literature, travel and painting as a child. Between 1878 and 1880 he studied at the academy in The Hague. His special talent was obvious from an early age. In 1881, when he was 16, he painted a picture which was purchased even before it was finished by the artist and collector Hendrik Willem Mesdag.
    Street in Amsterdam, ca. 1900

    Apart from one or two extensive travels, from 1886 Israëls lived in Amsterdam. In that year he registered at the Amsterdam Academy of Art to complete his schooling. However, he only stayed for the one year: there was not much more they could teach him. Israëls often spent the summer months with his father in Scheveningen. Fascinated by the changeable light of sun and sea, he painted many colourful seaside scenes.

    In Amsterdam Israëls was a close friend of George Hendrik Breitner. The two artists tried to capture the fleeting moments of everyday life in the Dutch capital. To obtain that 'snapshot' feeling, they used abruptly truncated figures. Between 1903 and 1923 Israëls spent most of his time in Paris and London. In 1923 he returned to his parent's home in The Hague, where his father's old studio became his new workplace. There, until his death, he produced his impressionist paintings with their bright and brilliant colours. (source: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam)
  • Johan Barthold Jongkind

    Johan Barthold Jongkind

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Kunsthandel Ivo Bouwman
    Richard Green
    Stoppenbach & Delestre Ltd.
    Also represented by:
    Studio 2000 Art Gallery Blaricum
  • J.M.H. (Mari) ten Kate

    J.M.H. (Mari) ten Kate

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Kunsthandel A.H. Bies
  • Charles Henri Joseph Leickert

    Charles Henri Joseph Leickert

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Kunsthandel A.H. Bies
    Richard Green
    MacConnal-Mason Gallery
    Also represented by:
    Daatselaar Fine Art | Antiques
  • Hendrik Willem Mesdag

    Hendrik Willem Mesdag

  • Albert Roelofs

    Albert Roelofs

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Kunsthandel A.H. Bies
  • Jan Sluyters

    Jan Sluyters

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Studio 2000 Art Gallery Blaricum
  • Jan Toorop

    Jan Toorop

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Studio 2000 Art Gallery Blaricum
    French & Company, LLC
    W&K-Wienerroither & Kohlbacher
    Also represented by:
    Daatselaar Fine Art | Antiques
  • V.W.(Vincent) van Gogh

    V.W.(Vincent) van Gogh

    Artist's Objects:
  • Edouard Vuillard

    Edouard Vuillard

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Galerie Berès
    Also represented by:
    Brame & Lorenceau
  • Jan Weissenbruch

    Jan Weissenbruch

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Douwes Fine Art
    Kunsthandel A.H. Bies