MAX WEBER – AN AMERICAN CUBIST IN PARIS AND LONDON 1905-1915

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MAX WEBER – AN AMERICAN CUBIST IN PARIS AND LONDON 1905-1915

125.00

First edition published by Ben Uri & Lund Humphries , 2014

A biographical monograph of the life and work of Jewish-American painter Max Weber during the 10 years he spent in Paris and London. Weber immersed himself in the Paris art scene, befriending Rousseau, Matisse, Picasso and many other prominent figures of the era, but his paintings were not short of critics, and Weber struggled for many years for true recognition. There are numerous full colour reproductions of Weber’s influential works, and pieces from his contemporaries. With an introduction by David J Glasser, and essays from Sarah MacDougall, Percy North, Nancy Ireson, Anna Gruetzner, Lionel Kelly and Pamela G Roberts.

Condition: Excellent

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