(1881 - 1961)
Max Weber was active/lived in New York / France, Russian Federation. Max Weber is known for cubist, futurist and fauvist painting-landscape, figure and still life.
One of the more stylistically pioneering of the early modernists, Max
Weber was a key figure in introducing avant-garde* art to America. He worked in the mediums of oil, watercolor, printmaking and sculpture,
and his subjects sometimes reflected the spiritualism of his
religion. His styles included Fauvism*, Cubism*, Dynamism*,
Expresssionism*, and Futurism* and reflected the broad spectrum of
revolutionary art activity in Paris at the turn of the 19th into the
He also created some social-realist paintings
during the 1930s with depictions of factory scenes. These works
reflected his left-wing political leanings, which he expressed as
national chairman of the American Artists Congress, "the most powerfu ... Displaying 750 of 15018 characters.