In 1908, Weber joined with other expatriate American artists to create the New Society of American Artists in Paris, which included Alfred Maurer, Edward Steichen, Patrick Henry Bruce and John Marin among others. Weber returned to New York in 1909 well trained in the advanced modernist techniques of the day, and had eight one-man shows within his first six years, including one at Alfred Stieglitz’s gallery “291” in 1911.
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