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Max Liebermann



 


 
Max Liebermann

(b Berlin, 20 July 1847; d Berlin, 8 Feb 1935).

German painter, draughtsman, printmaker and collector. He dominated the German art world from the 1890s to the 1930s. Although at first a highly controversial figure, after the turn of the century he was showered with honours. His Naturalist and Impressionist works have been consistently admired, despite being banned during the Nazi period. Liebermann’s approach was that of a liberal cosmopolitan, and his work is distinguished by its honesty and commitment to social reform. Influenced by Dutch and French painting, he led the modernist movement in Germany away from the literary art of the 19th century.


 




 

Self-Portrait
 



 

The Flax Workers



 

Country Tavern at Brunnenburg
1893



 

Boys Bathing
1898



 

On the Way to School in Edam
1904



 

Country Tavern at Brunnenburg



 

An Old Woman with Cat



 

Country House at Hilversum



 

The Dunes at Noordwijk
 

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