|Composition with Three Figures,|
1910, Max Weber
He returned to New York in 1908. His big break came three years later when Stieglitz invited him to exhibit at the 291 Gallery. However two years after that, some of his paintings were refused at the 1913 Armory Show. In a fit of pique, he withdrew them all. It was a major career error. He went unrepresented in the most important Avant-garde show of its time. Many of Stieglitz's other artists made major names for themselves while Weber faded from view.
|Rush Hour, New York, 1915, Max Weber|
|Chinese Restaurant, 1915,|