Max Weber Paintings

Max Weber (April 18, 1881 – October 4, 1961) was a Jewish-American painter. Weber established himself in the art techniques of cubism, but preferred Jewish themes later in his life. Learn more »

Paintings by Max Weber in Chronological Order

Portrait of Abraham Walkowitz, c. 1907 Chardenal Dictionary, 1908 Burlesque, 1909
Still Life with Red Bananas, 1909 Composition with Four Figures, 1910 Soloist at Wanamaker’s, 1910
Still Life, 1910 Figures in a Landscape, 1911 Landscape with Church Spires and Trees, 1911
Mother and Children, 1911 Chinese Bowl, 1912 Study for Russian Ballet, 1914
Avoirdupois, 1915 Rush Hour, 1915 Russian Ballet, 1916
Slide Lecture at the Metropolitan Museum, 1916 Woman Reading, 1916 The Cellist, 1917
Solo, 1918 Invocation, 1919 The Visit, 1919
Draped Head, 1926 Still Life with Two Tables, 1934 Adoration of the Moon, 1944
Family Reunion, 1944 Still Life with Apples, 1950 Self Portrait
Terminal station “Grand Central” The Two Musicians

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