Albert andré (Albert André) (may 24, 1869, Lyon – 11 July 1954) was a French post-impressionist artist.
Included in the famous group "Nabi". In 1894 he exhibited five paintings in the Salon of independent. His creations drew attention Auguste Renoir. Despite the large difference in age, they were friends until the death of Renoir in 1919. In 1913 albert andré painted a portrait of Renoir. With the art dealer of Renoir, Fields Durand-Ruel, Andre managed to sell many of his works in the United States. In 1919 he published a monograph "Renoir", which contains one of the most accurate lists of works of the artist.