Maximillian Von WeningUnited States
Art Brokerage: Maximillian Von Wening American Artist: b. 1957.. Maximillian von Wening was born September 27, 1957, in Greenwich, Connecticut. His family moved to Pasadena, California, in 1964. As a boy, Max studied under Betty Mae (B) Anderson, who was well-known for her etchings on steel. Ms. Anderson introduced Max to the Colorist school. Under her tutelage, Max developed his interest in the use of lighting and color to create a 3D artistic effect. At age twelve, the artist received a first place award of merit from the Pasadena Museum Of Modern Art (now the Norton Simon Museum). The Museum\'s significant Van Gogh and Renoir collection provided the young artist first-rate examples of Colorist interpretations and their unique treatment of lighting and color, principles which he would incorporate into his mature work. When Max paints, he imagines a place where he would like to be and then transforms the blank canvas before him. The result is a lighthouse overlooking the sea at sunset, or a campfire burning on the seashore at night. In his well-known painting entitled, \"Gaslight,\" Max imagines the world Van Gogh would want to paint if he were living today, and then paints a scene through Van Gogh\'s eyes. Listings wanted.Read More +
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