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MAURICE STERNE (Latvian/American / 1878-1957)

Maurice Sterne was born in Memel, Latvia, and emigrated first to Russia and then to New York. From 1894-99 he attended the National Academy of Design, studying briefly with Thomas Eakins. He first exhibited with William J. Glackens in 1902. From 1904-7 Sterne lived in Paris; in 1907 he exhibited with the Berliner Secession. From 1916-18 Maurice Sterne was married to Mabel Dodge, the friend and patron of D. H. Lawrence. There are 8 works by Maurice Sterne in the Phillips Collection. See: Mayerson, Shadow and Light: The Life, Friends and Opinions of Maurice Sterne.

See also:

GEORGE CHARLES AID
ORVILLE HOUGHTON PEETS
EVERETT LONGLEY WARNER
DONALD SHAW MACLAUGHLAN

Selected prints by MAURICE STERNE

Coney Island, 1904
Etching/aquatint

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