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MAX LIEBERMANN (German / 1847-1935)

The son of a wealthy Jewish businessman from Berlin, Max Liebermann is credited with introducing Impressionism into Germany both as an artist and as a collector. Liebermann is regarded by many as the leading German Impressionist. He was at the forefront of the Berlin Secession. After the Nazis came to power they seized and destroyed many of Max Liebermann's works from museums and private collections. He is perhaps best remembered today for his etchings, although a 2006 exhibition of his paintings, Max Liebermann: From Realism to Impressionism, at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, and the Jewish Museum, New York, helped to bring this important aspect of his work to renewed prominence. The catalogue raisonné of his prints is by Gustav Schiefler.

See also:

ERNST BARLACH
PAUL BAUM
EDVARD MUNCH
HERMANN STRUCK

Selected prints by MAX LIEBERMANN

Im Garten, 1910
Etching
Jäger mit hunden, 1915
Etching
Kuhmagd auf der
Waldweise, 1893
Etching

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