In art history, Max Clarenbach is one of the most important figures of the Rhenish painting after the turn of the century. The reason for this is primarily due to the group "Sonderbund", that formed in 1908. Together with other painters of the Düsseldorf Academy, as Walter Ophey, Julius Bretz, August Deusser and Wilhelm Schmurr, Max Clarenbach tried bringing the German landscape painting closer to the French Impressionists, which is why the "Sonderbund" in Germany developed into one of the most important exhibitions of contemporary art. Between 1909-12 Max Clarenbach paintings were displayed next to Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin and Paul Cézanne at the exhibitions in Dusseldorf and Cologne.
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