(1881 - 1955)
Max Herman Pechstein was active/lived in Germany, France. Max Pechstein is known for expressionist still life, genre, figure and landscape painting, printmaking.
Although Pechstein's career was primarily in Germany, he participated in several exhibitions in the United States. His painting, Calla Lilies, received the prize of $500.00 from the Garden Club of Allegheny County at the 28th Carnegie International Exhibition at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, October 13 to December 4th, 1927. He entered East Sea Strand, a modernist coastal scene, in the 19th International Exhibition of Watercolors at the Art Institute of Chicago, April 25th to May 26th, 1940. From November 28, 1947 to January 4, 1948, his oil on canvas painting, The Circus, dated 1922 was on exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
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