The European Avant Garde
in New York
Born in Bialystock, Max Weber came to New York in 1891. He attended Pratt Institute in the city, and went back to Europe to study at the Julian Academy in Paris with Matisse.
During these war years, he was part and parcel in the movement of the European Avant Garde to New York. In 1930, there was a retrospective of his work at the Museum of Modern Art.
Adoration of the Moon
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC, Courtesy of Art Resource/Scala
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