Cubist painter was taught by Henri Matisse and friends with Pablo Picasso and Henri Rousseau.
And he is now the focus of a new exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art
, which is featuring drawings, prints and paintings from the 20th century artist.
The Wall Street Journal highlights the exhibit, along with two others in Seattle and Miami
" 'Max Weber: Bringing Paris to New York,' chronicles in 40 works from 1908 through 1928 how he moved from a classical to a cubist style," the Journal writes.
The exhibit started March 1 and runs through June 23. It features several Weber paintings from 1909 to 1915 that are part of the BMA's collection along with many pieces on loan from the Estate of Max Weber.