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.
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.