ADOLF SEHRING was born in Russia to a Russian mother and German father, an art director in the German movie Industry.
Adolf started drawing at the age of six. By the time he was eight years old, young Adolf already won a number of local awards for drawing. Throughout his boyhood, and the terrible war years, Adolf was studying Art in Berlin and assisting his father in his theatrical designs From the age of 15-17, he won some of the most prestigious prizes offered in Germany. Also In his schooldays Adolf majored in Biology, particularly the habits of all living creatures.
His work is in presented the Victoria and Albert Museum, Grand Palais in Paris, U.S. Embassy to Sweden, Chrysler Museum, Mellons, Temple University, Museum of St. Mary’s, Bayly Museum of Virginia, Hamilton Insurance Co., U.S. State Department and the Vatican, among many other private and public collections.
Sehring has appeared on nationally syndicated talk shows, such as A.M., Good Morning Washington, Afternoon, P.M. Magazine, Panorama and public television in Japan as a featured guest.
Adolf Sehring passed away peacefully in Punta Gorda, Florida March 4, 2015, with his wife Mary and family by his side.