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Max Weber
(1881 - 1961)

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1881 Born 18 April in Bialystok, Russia
1891 Moves America with parents, settling in Brooklyn
1897 Studies at Pratt Institute
1900 Teaches drawing and painting at public schools
1905 Studies at the Julian Academy in Paris
1906 Travels in Spain
1907 Travels to Rome, studies with Matisse
1910 Exhibits at the 291 Gallery with Marin, Maurer, Hartley and Dove
1916 Essays on Art published
1920 Teaches at the Art Students' League
1926 Primitives published
1926 Teaches at the Art Students' League again
1929 Moves to Great Neck, NY
1937 National chairman, American Artists' Congress
1955 Elected member of The National Institute of Arts and Letters, NY
1961 Dies 4 October at Great Neck
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