(1868 - 1923)
Max Bohm was active/lived in New York, Ohio, Massachusetts / France, England. Max Bohm is known for figure, genre, mural and landscape painting.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Max Bohm died in Provincetown, Massachusetts 1923, where he became one of the early forces in creation of art colony there.
He took his early art training at the Cleveland School of Art, and by age 16, had collectors purchasing his paintings. In 1887, he went to Paris with an aunt and enrolled at the Academie Julian School where his teachers included Gustave Boulanger, Benjamin Constant and Jules Lefebvre. By 1895, he was living in Etaples, France, where he attended an open school of painting, and during the winter months, he gave painting lessons in London. In 1898, his painting was exhibited at the Paris Salon.
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