Max Weber's Modern Vision: Selections from the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections

January 3 – April 2, 2000

West Building, Ground Floor, GS-1

THIS EXHIBITION IS NO LONGER ON VIEW AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY.

Overview: 26 works on paper and 2 paintings were displayed in this installation focusing on Max Weber's early years. The presentation contained works from the Gallery's collection, including the paintings Interior of the Fourth Dimension (1913), a gift of Natalie Davis Spingarn, and Rush Hour, New York (1915), a gift of the Avalon Foundation. Recent and promised gifts from Washington-area collectors Jack and Margrit Vanderryn were also featured in the exhibition.

Organization: Charles Ritchie, assistant curator of modern prints and drawings, was the curator.

Attendance: 27,827

Brochure: Max Weber's Modern Vision: Selections from the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections, by Charles Ritchie. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 2000.

Image: Max Weber, Interior of the Fourth Dimension, 1913, oil on canvas, Gift of Natalie Davis Spingarn in memory of Linda R. Miller and in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the National Gallery of Art, 1990.78.1

Related Artists

Weber, Max
American
, 1881 - 1961