Anna Eichens

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Anna Maria Auguste Eichens (born February 12, 1834 in Berlin ; † after 1872) was a German flower and fruit painter.


Anna Eichens belongs to the artist family of the Eichens, she was the daughter of Eduard Eichens , but was forgotten. In 1856 and 1858 she took part in the Berlin Academy Exhibition. From around 1857 she was in Paris, where she was involved in the Paris Salon in 1859 . Around 1859 she is listed as a student of Theude Greenland . Anna was married to her uncle Wilhelm Eichens .


  • Fleurs , around 1859, whereabouts unknown (Salon 1859, No. 984)
  • Fruits , around 1859, whereabouts unknown (Salon 1859, No. 985)


  • Lukas Fuchsgruber: Eichens, Anna. In: Bénédicte Savoy, France Nerlich (ed.): Paris apprenticeship years. A lexicon for training German painters in the French capital. Volume 2: 1844-1870. Berlin / Boston 2015.

supporting documents

  1. ^ Luisenstadt-Kirche (Berlin): Church book . To baptize. No. 173/1834.