Marie Weber (painter)

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Marie Weber (born February 7, 1871 in Eckartsberga , † February 11, 1952 in Schwerin ) was a German landscape painter .


Marie Weber was a daughter of the Eckartsberga pastor Otto (Max August) Weber (1841–1907) and his wife Marie, nee. Schnizlein (1845–1885), daughter of the Erlangen botanist Adalbert Schnizlein (1814–1868). She grew up next to four siblings. The family came to Schwerin in 1880, where the father took over the office of cathedral preacher . From 1903 to 1906 she studied at the Munich Art School with Melchior Kern and later with Hans Licht in Berlin . After study trips that took her to Germany, Switzerland and the Mediterranean, she settled in Schwerin. Here she created atmospheric views of her Mecklenburg homeland. In 1934 she became a full member of the Association for Mecklenburg History and Archeology . She was involved in the exhibitions in the Mecklenburg State Museum in Schwerin in 1939 (five works), 1942 and 1943.

Works (selection)

  • Harbor in Wustrow
  • Pine trees on the Baltic Sea
  • Steep coast on the Baltic Sea
  • Sea bay near Penzlin
  • At the jamming channel
  • Schwerin angle
  • Area of ​​Schwerin
  • At Zippendorf
  • View of Schwerin from Lankow
  • The Bischofsmühle
  • Rugensee (1938)
  • The rectory in Ankershagen (1924)
  • At Stargard (1935)


  • Grete Grewolls: Who was who in Mecklenburg and Western Pomerania. The dictionary of persons . Hinstorff Verlag, Rostock 2011, ISBN 978-3-356-01301-6 , p. 10593 .
  • Gustav Willgeroth : The Mecklenburg-Schwerin Parishes since the Thirty Years' War. Volume 2, Wismar 1937, pp. 1058f.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Full members in the association year 1933/34 - # 8. Miss Marie Weber, painter, Schwerin. In: Mecklenburg Yearbooks , Volume 99 (1935), p 285 ( full text LBMV )
  2. ^ Contemporary Mecklenburg painters - linked to the Franz Bunke Memorial Exhibition and Paul Wallat's Birthday Exhibition . Mecklenburgisches Landesmuseum Schwerin, October 29 to November 19, 1939, no p.