Wolffbrandt was educated at the Royal Art Academy in 1914 and a pupil of Laurits Tuxen. Wolffbrandt was primarily a landscape painter. He is known especially for his forest scenes and landscapes with animals, people or other objects. He rarely did landscapes with pure nature and always chose a charming motif filled with life to gain an extra charm in his landscapes. Wolffbrandt loved nature and was very much an outdoors person who often went out to hunt. Wolffbrandt was a descendant from a German family of artists who worked at the Holmegaard glass fabrics in Denmark.
Young Art, The Art Gallery of Kleis: 1911
Art Gallery of Anton Hansen: 1919, 1933
The Library of Holmegaard: 1992
Museum of Forest and Hunt: 1992.