Max Pollak

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One of these acquatint prints is in the collection of the Fine Arts Museum in San Francisco, California.

Max Pollak was born in 1886 in Prague, but grew up in Vienna, Austria, and attended the Vienna Academy of Art. In 1910, he won the coveted Prix de Rome for his etchings. By the 1920's he was living in Paris, France, ting both street scenes and portraits of celebrated actors and dancers.

In 1927, he emigrated to the United States and lived in New York City, New York before moving on to San Francisco, California. Thereafter he exhibited widely in the United States, Guatemala and Mexico. His works are in a number of important collections, including the Smithsonian, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the British Museum. He died in 1970.

More details of this artwork are below.

Title

San Francisco, Between The Bridges

Artist

Max Pollak, Czechoslovakian ~ 1886 - 1970

Date

1947 Limited Edition Acquatint, 141 of 150

Signed

Lower Right

Medium

Acquatint On Paper

Price

1200.00

Size

14" by 19.75"

Style

Acquatint Landscape

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