Annemarie Heinrich (1903-1988) was a German artist of the early 20th century. She was a proponent of Expressionism and is best known for her paintings of inner emotional states, often featuring figures in landscapes or urban environments. Her works are defined by a chaotic, abstracted style that conveys a range of emotions. Examples of her paintings include October Day (1930), Harbor Scene (1939), and Theater District (1954). Heinrich also worked in illustration and etching, producing numerous illustrations for children's books. She was a member of both the Berlin Artists Association and the Association of German Women Artists. Her works are highly sought after and have been included in the collections of several major museums around the world, including the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
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— Mei Wang
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