From the 1920s on, Griebel used oil painting techniques. His early paintings were in the style of his professors Rudolf Schiestl (1878-1931) and Hans Meid (1883-1957) as is obvious in his paintings of Berlin suburbs in the style of New Objectivity. He very quickly developed a picture language of his own which is reminiscent of surrealism and metaphysical painting, the movement of that time in Italy.
From 1926 Griebel became interested in still lifes and landscapes and in the theme of "les baigneuses" by Paul Cézanne (1839-1906).
The oil paintings of Fritz Griebel are numerous. Therefore the samples of his work are arranged in the following categories:
These overviews will be regularly updated and detailed descriptions of paintings will be added.