Dutch sewing school by Max Lieberman

Max Lieberman had a good art education: in 1866-1868 he took painting lessons from Karl Steffek in Berlin, and the next four years he studied at the Weimar Art School.

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Women Plucking Geese by Max Lieberman

The very first large-scale work of the German artist with Jewish roots, Max Lieberman. The canvas caused an ambiguous reaction: the teacher Lieberman told his student that he had nothing

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Flax treacher in Laren by Max Lieberman

Lieberman always showed a genuine interest in the working life of ordinary people. This topic will be the main in his work, and related subjects with the most common. Representing

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Kindergarten in Amsterdam by Max Lieberman

Encouraged by the success of the “Nursing Home in Amsterdam”, Lieberman decided to return to the previously made sketches and write a picture dedicated to children’s topics. So there was

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Eva by Max Lieberman

Fascinated by the everyday life scenes of artisans and peasants, Lieberman, in his works, sought to emphasize not the exhausting monotony of their hard physical labor, but the dignity, responsibility

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