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 Marie Weger  (1882 - 1980)

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Lived/Active: New York / Switzerland      Known for: floral still life, landscape, portrait

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Marie (Mrs Ernest Kleinbardt) Weger
from Auction House Records.
Two Oriental Still Lifes: Bamboo Vase and Figurine and Buddhist Statue with Foo Dog.
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following, submitted August 2005, is from a grandson of the artist.

Born in Munich Germany on December 24th, 1882, Marie Weger became known primarily for still-life paintings, especially Florals, as well as landscapes and portraits, both in Oil and Pastel.

Two portraits, one of Eleanor Roosevelt and the other of Marion Anderson are in the F. D. R. Library at Hyde Park, New York. Another portrait, of Arturo Toscannini, is on display at Judson Hall in New York City.

She took her art training in Munich under the tutelage of her father, Max Weger, also a painter, and then was a student of Wilhelm von Dietz and Paul Nauen. She also trained in Paris.

Her first public exhibition was in 1907 at the Munich Art Society and she continued to show her work at the Munich Glasplast plus major exhibitions in Berlin, Paris and Vienna. As a member of the Munich Artists Association, she had four of her paintings purchased by the City of Munich for the permanent State Collection.

In 1930, she immigrated to the United States in 1930.

She is listed in the Thieme-Becker-Kuenstler Lexicon and Who's Who in American Art.

Memberships include the Allied Artists of America, Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, Mamaroneck Artist's Guild and the Societe des Beaux Arts of Munich and Paris.

Exhibition venues were in the United States at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Civic Club of New York City, Kennedy Galleries, NYC, Childs Gallery, NYC, Meinhard-Taylor Galleries, Houston, and Greenwich Gallery, Greenwich, CT.

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