Max Bohm (1868 – September 19, 1923) was an American performer who spent much of his grow old in Europe.
Bohm was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He studied at the Académie Julian in Paris and travelled in Europe. Between 1895-1904 he made his house at the Etaples art colony. Described as a admiring visionary, his audacious depiction of Étaples fishermen normal a gold medal at the Paris Salon in 1898. He went upon to tutor painting at a researcher in London until 1911 back returning to the United States to partner the intellectual of artists in Cape Cod.
Bohm became a National Academician in 1920, dying three years forward-looking in Provincetown, a town at the tip of Cape Cod. His paintings are along with the collections of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Gallery of Art, and the Luxembourg Gallery in Paris; there is moreover a mural in his hometown at the Cuyahoga County Courthouse.
Bohm is a grandfather of player Anne Packard.