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Max Weber (1881-1961)
Property from the Collection of Henry Luce III, thence by descent to the consignor
Max Weber (1881-1961)

Two Sculpturesque Heads

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Max Weber (1881-1961)
Two Sculpturesque Heads
signed and dated 'Max Weber 1912' (lower right)
pastel on paper laid down on board
24 x 18¼ in. (61 x 46.4 cm.)
Provenance
The artist.
The Downtown Gallery, New York.
Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc., New York, The Estate of the Late Edith Gregor Halpert, 14 March 1973, lot 82.
Acquired by the present owner from the above.
Literature
The Newark Museum, Max Weber Retrospective Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Newark, New Jersey, 1959, p. 28, no. 73.
The Downtown Gallery, Abstract Painting in America, 1903-1923, exhibition catalogue, New York, 1962, n.p., no. 57, illustrated.
University of Iowa, American Pioneer Artists, exhibition catalogue, Iowa City, Iowa, 1962, pp. 28, 31, illustrated.
Columbia Museum of Art, Ascendancy of American Art, exhibition catalogue, Columbia, South Carolina, 1963, n.p., no. 78.
Exhibited
Newark, New Jersey, The Newark Museum, Max Weber Retrospective Exhibition, October 1-November 15, 1959.
New York, The Downtown Gallery, Abstract Painting in America, 1903-1923, March 27-April 21, 1962.
Iowa City, Iowa, University of Iowa, American Pioneer Artists, May 24-August 2, 1962.
Columbia, South Carolina, Columbia Museum of Art, Ascendancy of American Art, April 3-June 2, 1963.
(Possibly) Washington, D.C., Museum of African Art, April 1964.
(Possibly) Washington, D.C., Corcoran Gallery of Art, Roots of Abstract Art, 1965.

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