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Fri Mar 21 17:12:04 2014 UTClccn-n800340150.47Max Weber0.680.97An American show : the Cincinnati Art Museum presents a selection of paintings by six living American artists : Louis Bouché, Edward Hopper, Walt Kuhn, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, John Marin, Max Weber41883358Max_Weber_(artist)n 800340155297676416182Ma-kʻo-ssu Wei-poMakesi WeiboMax II WeberMax WeberPebŏPebŏ, MaksŭVēbā, MakkusuVeber, MaksVemper, MaxWeber, Max IIWebŏ, MaksŭWei-po, Ma-kʻo-ssuWeiboWeibo, Makesiובר, מאכסובר, מאקסובר, מקסוועבער, מאקסוועבער, מאקס, 1881-1961ウエバア, マツクス韦伯lccn-n82090598North, Percy1945-lccn-n79148949Werner, Alfred1911-1979lccn-n84017778Kuniyoshi, Yasuo1889-1953lccn-nr95025308Johnson, Malvin Gray1896-1934lccn-n2010023958Francis, Jacquelinelccn-n85290099Davis, Stuart1892-1964lccn-nr90012974Sterne, Maurice1878-1957lccn-n50007400Bernard Danenberg Gallerieslccn-n50034288Goodrich, Lloyd1897-1987lccn-n81029646High Museum of ArtWeber, Max1881-1961BiographyExhibition catalogsHistoryCatalogsRecords and correspondenceSourcesWeber, Max,Weber, Max,GermanySociologySociologistsPainting, AmericanKuniyoshi, Yasuo,Art criticismUnited StatesModernism (Art)Art and raceJohnson, Malvin Gray,ArtWomen in artPaintingHuman beings in artWood-engravingToulouse-Lautrec, Henri de,Cézanne, Paul,Rousseau, Henri,Picasso, Pablo,Matisse, Henri,Soyer, Raphael,Avery, Milton,EssaysKnowledge, Sociology ofSociology--MethodologyForum Gallery (New York, N.Y.)Marin, John,Kuhn, Walt,Bouché, Louis,CubismHopper, Edward,Davis, Stuart,Sterne, Maurice,Artists as authorsArt appreciationMuseum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)Painting, ModernSterne, Laurence,Women's rightsWomen--Social conditionsWomen18811961190019081910191119141915191619171918191919201921192319241925192619271929193019321933193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319551956195719581959196019621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771979198019811982198319851986198719881989199019911992199419951996199719981999200020022004200520082009201220135850386539301.0924HM22.G3ocn612288668ocn843471601ocn313756967ocn174649203ocn4558124263983ocn025233686book19910.59North, PercyMax Weber : the cubist decade : 1910-1920Exhibition catalogsExamines Weber's early career as a mature painter2053ocn008629637book19820.73North, PercyMax Weber, American modernExhibition catalogsA exhibition of works by one of the first American Cubist painters1803ocn006196768book19800.88Rubenstein, Daryl RMax Weber : a catalogue raisonné of his graphic workCatalogscatalogue raisonné1396ocn002989748book19160.76Weber, MaxEssays on art836ocn001346911book19140.88Weber, MaxCubist poems631ocn006890480book19800.92Rubenstein, Daryl RMax Weber, prints and color variations : July 11-October 5, 1980, National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.502ocn001110347book19260.76Weber, MaxPrimitives : poems and woodcuts401ocn022214269book19900.79Avery, MiltonMilton Avery, Raphael Soyer, Max Weber : March 15-April 14, 1990Exhibition catalogs383ocn019314494book19470.92Rivkin, BA gloybn far umgloybiḳe342ocn000159219book19700.59Weber, MaxMax Weber: the years 1906-1916. [Exhibition] Nov. 8-29, 1970, Long Beach Museum of ArtExhibition catalogs273ocn002989733book19600.94Weber, MaxThings : an essay and woodblock print181ocn006138319book19480.97Cincinnati Art MuseumAn American show : the Cincinnati Art Museum presents a selection of paintings by six living American artists : Louis Bouché, Edward Hopper, Walt Kuhn, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, John Marin, Max WeberExhibition catalogs181ocn010757330book19790.90Max Weber, sculpture, drawings & prints : October 27th to November 24th, 1979141ocn047715759book19860.81Forum Gallery (New York, N.Y.)Max Weber, cubist vision, early and late : November 1-29, 1986Exhibition catalogs141ocn047714997book19480.63An American show : the Cincinnati Art Museum presents a selection of paintings by six living American artists : Louis Bouché, Edward Hopper, Walt Kuhn, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, John Marin, Max Weber : 1948Exhibition catalogs111ocn610732665book0.81Weber, MaxBriefeRecords and correspondence1014ocn462569369book19210.59Weber, MarianneMax Weber : a biographyHistoryBiographySourcesExhibition catalogs103ocn038610547book19710.47Bernard Danenberg GalleriesMax Weber, early works on paperExhibition catalogs91ocn837279333visu20130.47Rubenstein, Daryl RMax Weber : a catalogue raisonné of his graphic workCatalogs83ocn246420774book19600.56Bendix, ReinhardMax Weber; an intellectual portraitAnalysis of the writings of a leading contemporary sociological thinker of Germany, who attributed great importance to religion, by a University of California professor+-+38092606956472ocn000922804book19750.47Weber, MaxMax Weber5683ocn713189786book20120.66Francis, JacquelineMaking race : modernism and "racial art" in AmericaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Malvin Gray Johnson, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, and Max Weber were three New York City artists whose work was popularly assigned to the category of "racial art" in the interwar years of the twentieth century. The term was widely used by critics and the public at the time, and was an unexamined, unquestioned category for the work of non-whites (such as Johnson, an African American), non-Westerners (such as Kuniyoshi, a Japanese-born American), and ethnicized non-Christians (such as Weber, a Russian-born Jewish American). The discourse on racial art is a troubling chapter in the history of early American modernism that has not, until now, been sufficiently documented. Jacqueline Francis juxtaposes the work of these three artists in order to consider their understanding of the category and their stylistic responses to the expectations created by it, in the process revealing much about the nature of modernist art practices. Most American audiences in the interwar period disapproved of figural abstraction and held modernist painting in contempt, yet the critics who first expressed appreciation for Johnson, Kuniyoshi, and Weber praised their bright palettes and energetic pictures--and expected to find the residue of the minority artist's heritage in the work itself. Francis explores the flowering of racial art rhetoric in criticism and history published in the 1920s and 1930s, and analyzes its underlying presence in contemporary discussions of artists of color. Making Race is a history of a past phenomenon which has ramifications for the present. Jacqueline Francis is a senior lecturer at the California College of the Arts"--Provided by publisher+-+50964404753244885ocn001034080book19410.59Weber, MarianneMax Weber : a biographyHistoryBiographySourcesExhibition catalogs4486ocn000087584book19690.59Three American modernist painters: Max Weber, with an introd. by Alfred H. Barr, Jr.; Maurice Sterne, by H. M. Kallen, with a note by the artist; Stuart Davis, by James Johnson SweeneyCatalogs+-+83706505951823ocn000454851book19680.79Weber, MaxFirst comprehensive retrospective exhibition in the West of oils, gouaches, pastels, drawings, and graphic works by Max Weber (1881-1961); The Art Galleries, University of California at Santa Barbara, February 6 through March 3, 1968Exhibition catalogs1673ocn001562722book19490.84Whitney Museum of American ArtMax Weber retrospective exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, February 5-March 27, 1949 [and] Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, April 17-May 29, 1949. [Text by Lloyd Goodrich; research by Rosalind Irvine]Exhibition catalogs1273ocn002403576book19300.66Cahill, HolgerMax Weber+-+73647178961192ocn000205279book19700.81Weber, MaxMax Weber, the years 1906-1916. [Exhibition] May 12-30, 1970Exhibition catalogs1021ocn000890043book19690.73Weber, MaxFifty years of painting by Max Weber1003ocn007836601book19590.86Newark MuseumMax Weber, retrospective exhibition, October 1-November 15, 1959, the Newark Museum, Newark, New JerseyExhibition catalogs784ocn015304532book19300.86Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)Max Weber, retrospective exhibition, 1907-1930 ; March 13-April 2, 1930, Museum of Modern Art, New YorkExhibition catalogs601ocn820203576book20120.90Weber, MaxModels & muses : Max Weber and the figureExhibition catalogs593ocn034362776book19960.70Weber, MaxMax Weber : Max Weber's women : [exhibition] February 6-March 9, 1996, Forum Gallery, New YorkExhibition catalogs573ocn042295460book19990.79Weber, MaxMax Weber : discoveries : January 14-February 20, 1999Exhibition catalogs544ocn005010970book19710.90Weber, MaxMax Weber, early works on paper : [exhibition] April 27 - May 15, 1971, Bernard Danenberg Galleries, Inc., New YorkExhibition catalogs532ocn003737354book19300.76Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)Max Weber, retrospective exhibition, 1907-1930531ocn000499882book19720.90Weber, MaxExhibition and sale of Max Weber drawings502ocn044478286book20000.86Weber, MaxMax WeberExhibition catalogs452ocn830314651book20130.81Weber, MaxMax Weber : bringing Paris to New YorkExhibition catalogs354ocn003966787book19320.66Steding, ChristophPolitik und Wissenschaft bei Max Weber+-+3809260695+-+3809260695Fri Mar 21 15:28:36 EDT 2014batch28419