Charles H. Richert (1880-1974) was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He studied at the Massachusetts Normal Art School, and with Joseph De Camp, Ernest L. Major, and R. Andrew. He spent a year in Europe, studying at the principle art galleries. Later in his life, he opened a studio in Ellsworth, Maine. He taught at the Rindge Technical School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the Massachusetts School of Art. He is best known for his Impressionist landscape paintings and wood block prints influenced by the Japanese, often of boats and the shore.
Charles H. Richert
Woodcut, image is 7” x 5”. It is pencil signed “Charles H. Richert”
and “Maine Fishing Village.”