MAX ROEDER (German / 1866-1947)

Max Roeder was born in Mönchengladbach in 1866. Roeder studied under Paul Nauen. From 1888 Max Roeder lived in Rome, where he was a member of Academia Nationale di San Luca, where he also taught. The two themes of his art are architecture and landscapes; in his etchings, which form an important part of his work, he concentrates on trees and water. There was a major exhibition of Max Roeder's paintings and etchings in Mönchengladbach in 1997 with a catalogue. See: Thaller, Monika: Max Roeder als Grafiker in the exhibition catalogue of the Städtisches Museum Schloss Rheydt, Mönchengladbach 1997.

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Selected prints by MAX ROEDER

Heiliger Hain, 1912
Pinienhain, 1900

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