Paul Klee

Distributed by New York Graphic Society Books/Little, Brown, 1987 - 344 pages
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A grand celebration of the work of Swiss-German modernist artist Paul Klee, published to accompany a major exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. 137 color, 147 black-and-white plates, 163 reference illustrations.

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Table des matières

From Revolution to Exile 39
Klee and German Romanticism 65
Klee in America 83
Plates 113
Chronology 324
Exhibition History 335
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À propos de l'auteur (1987)

Paul Klee taught at the Bauhaus School after World War I, and at Dusseldorf Academy (1931), but was dismissed by the Nazis, who termed his work "degenerate." A trip to North Africa in 1914 stimulated Klee to using colors and his work showed a mastery of delicate, dreamlike color harmonies. Klee influenced the budding abstract expressionist movement.

Leger is curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art.

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