Max Neumann
Painter

1949 born in Saarbruck
1969-1970 Studies at the School of Applied Art in Saarbruck
1970-1973 Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe
1974-1976 Studies at the University of Fine Arts Berlin
1978-1979 as DAAD-Grant in Paris
1982 Charlottenburger Kunstpreis, Berlin
1983 Prizewinner of the BDI (German Industry Federation)
1984 Rubens Young Art Award of the City of Siegen
1986 Villa Romana-Award, Florence
1987-1988 Visiting professor at the Academy of fine Arts Karlsruhe
1998 Dr. Dietrich Schulz Artfoundation Award, Schleswig, Schloß Gottorf, Schleswig
2003 Award of the City of Iserlohn
2004 Grand Prix de S.A.S. le Prince Rainier III de Monaco

Max Neumann lives in Berlin

Bernard Vidal – Nathalie Bertoux

Max Neumann
Painter

1949 born in Saarbruck
1969-1970 Studies at the School of Applied Art in Saarbruck
1970-1973 Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe
1974-1976 Studies at the University of Fine Arts Berlin
1978-1979 as DAAD-Grant in Paris
1982 Charlottenburger Kunstpreis, Berlin
1983 Prizewinner of the BDI (German Industry Federation)
1984 Rubens Young Art Award of the City of Siegen
1986 Villa Romana-Award, Florence
1987-1988 Visiting professor at the Academy of fine Arts Karlsruhe
1998 Dr. Dietrich Schulz Artfoundation Award, Schleswig, Schloß Gottorf, Schleswig
2003 Award of the City of Iserlohn
2004 Grand Prix de S.A.S. le Prince Rainier III de Monaco

Max Neumann lives in Berlin

Bernard Vidal – Nathalie Bertoux

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