Albert Mohr
German, 1918-

Albert Mohr was born in Paris, France in 1924. He studied at the Art Student League in New York for five years and worked as an illustrator, but soon became aware of his love for painting.

A painter of serenity and happiness with the human figure as the dominant force, Albert was greatly influenced by Marc Chagall. The artist paints the impression of a scene without concentrating on its details. To Mohr, the facts of the subject are less important than his response to them. His brilliant colors do not suggest space so much as light.

Albert Mohr's work is in many world-wide collections; some of which are:
Senator & Mrs Javits, NYC
Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
Pierre Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister
The Vincent Price Collection
Xerox Chemical
Chemical Bank of New York
IBM Corporation