Friday, January 23, 2015

Max Weber is One of the Most Influential Jewish Painters

By Caitlin Marceau
Sabbath (1919) by Max Weber
Art has changed tremendously over the years and continues to do so today. So sit back and appreciate as we at Shalom Life count down the ten most influential Jewish painters. A Jewish-American painter, [Max] Weber was born in 1881 in Russian and emigrated to Brooklyn with his Jewish Orthodox parents when he was roughly ten years old. He’s considered to be one of the first American cubist painters who helped bring the movement to the US. See Top 10 Top Most Influential Jewish Painters... [link]

1 comment:

Ernest Disney-Britton said...

When do lists matter? It's when you agree or disagree with them. This writer's top 10 are Moritz Daniel Oppenheim, Lucian Freud, Camille Pissarro, Max Weber, Peter Blume, Judy Chicago, Sionah Tagger, Marc Chagall, Roy Lichtenstein, and Max Liebermann.