Adolf Dietrich - Blue Tit on a branch of a Larch (1946)

Adolf Dietrich – Blue Tit on a branch of a Larch (1946) – oil on board – 24x19cm

Although of an age that has him exactly of the time of the moderns, Adolf Dietrich is steadfastly of a more traditional style. What he lacks in modern art invention he more than makes up with a feeling of genuine emotion. Maybe the most modern part of his work, that has him way ahead of most of his contemporaries, is his sympathetic feeling for the animals of nature. The quality and emotion contained in his design and color has his work continuing to appeal, and increasingly so.

 

Adolf Dietrich - Marder (1954)

Adolf Dietrich – Marder (1954) – oil on cardboard – 52x66cm

Adolf Dietrich - Owl in the forest

Adolf Dietrich – Owl in the forest – oil on cardboard – 52x35cm

Adolf Dietrich - Fuchsfamilie im wald (1923)

Adolf Dietrich – Fuchsfamilie im wald (1923) – oil on cardboard – 46x55cm

Adolf Dietrich - Still Life with vegetables, mice and rabbits (1928)

Adolf Dietrich – Still Life with vegetables, mice and rabbits (1928) – oil on cardboard – 57x83cm

Adolf Dietrich - Spring time at Lake Constance (1932)

Adolf Dietrich – Spring Time at Lake Constance (1932) – oil on wood – 52x57cm

 

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