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'''Max Doerner''' (1 April 1870 in [[Burghausen, Altötting|Burghausen]] – 1 March 1939 in [[Munich]]) was a German artist and art theorist.
Doerner's artistic education was at the Academy of Fine Arts (Munich) where he studiesstudied under [[Johann Caspar Herterich]] and [[Wilhelm von Diez]]. His style was basically ''impressionistic''. He travelled around Europe, in particular to the Low Countries and Italy, and studied the old techniques of painting. He is most noted for his work ''The Materials of the Artist and Their Use in Painting'', first published in 1921 and now running to many editions.<ref>Max Doerner/Thomas Hoppe, Malmaterial und seine Verwendung im Bilde, Stuttgart 2006, {{ISBN|3-332-01830-2}}</ref><ref>Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon. Saur Verlag, 2001, Bd. 28, S. 252</ref>
His approach inspired the founding of the [[Doerner Institute]].<ref>Ball, Philip (2001) Bright Earth: The Invention of Colour, Vintage</ref><ref name= "di">{{Cite web |url= |title=Archived copy |access-date=24 April 2010 |archive-url= |archive-date=3 September 2010 |url-status=dead }}</ref>