Max Linde

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Portrait of Dr. Max Linde by Max Liebermann in Behnhaus, (c. 1897)

Max Linde (14 June 1862 – 23 April 1940, in Lübeck) was an ophthalmologist who is best known as a patron and art collector of the early 20th century. He was an important patron of the painter Edvard Munch, among others. His brothers Hermann and Heinrich were painters.


  • Max Linde: Edvard Munch und die Kunst der Zukunft, Berlin 1902

Further reading

  • Otto Grautoff: Lübeck, Reihe Stätten der Kultur, Vol. 9, Leipzig 1908, p. 156 ff
  • Carl Georg Heise: Edvard Munch und seine Beziehungen zu Lübeck, in: Der Wagen 1927, p. 82-90
  • Friedrich v. Rohden: Von alten Lübecker Ärzten, in: Der Wagen 1960, p. 83 (90ff)
  • Lothar Linde: Erinnerungen an Marie Linde, in: Der Wagen 1961, p. 101 ff
  • Arne Eggum: Der Linde-Fries - Edvard Munch und sein erster deutscher Mäzen, Dr. Max Linde, aus dem Norwegischen von Alken Bruns, Veröffentlichung XX des Senat der Hansestadt Lübeck - Amt für Kultur, Lübeck 1982
  • Stefan Pucks: Linde, Maximilian (Max) in: Biographisches Lexikon für Schleswig-Holstein und Lübeck, Band 11, Neumünster 2000, pp. 230–233 ISBN 3-529-02640-2, korrigierte ISBN 3-529-02640-9

External links

  • Literature by and about Max Linde in the German National Library catalogue
  • Exhibition Kunst und Mäzenatentum Lübeck 1997

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