Max Weber, ‘Spring’, ca. 1913, Robert Funk Fine Art
Max Weber, ‘Spring’, ca. 1913, Robert Funk Fine Art

Signature: Signed lower right. Signed twice

Sotheby's
Kennedy Galleries
Barbara Mathes Gallery
Sid Deutsch Gallery
The Downtown Gallery
University of Arizona Art Gallery 1963
Terry Dintenfass Gallery

About Max Weber

While known as a pioneer of cubism in America, Max Weber explored many styles in his work, including Fauvism, Expressionism, and abstraction. His earlier works walk the line between figurative and abstract, with heavy strokes and broken lines, revealing the influence of a range of European artists—from Cézanne and Matisse to Picasso and Braque—as well as early American modernism. Weber described his process as painting with his “consciousness”, and later he would focus solely on Jewish and Eastern European themes, per his origins, exploring them through a more expressionistic style.

Russian-American, 1881-1961, Belostok, Russia

Group Shows

2017
2014
Kraushaar Galleries, 
New York,
Elements of Abstraction, A Selection of Paintings, Works on Paper and Sculpture by American Artists
2013