Parkstone International, 7 janv. 2014 - 344 pages
An emblematic figure of the early 20th century, Paul Klee participated in the expansive Avant-Garde movements in Germany and Switzerland. From the vibrant Blaue Reiter movement to Surrealism at the end of the 1930s and throughout his teaching years at the Bauhaus, he attempted to capture the organic and harmonic nature of painting by alluding to other artistic mediums such as poetry, literature, and, above all, music. While he collaborated with artists like August Macke and Alexej von Jawlensky, his most famous partnership was with the abstract expressionist, Wassily Kandinsky.
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1922 Watercolour arrow artist Basel Bauhaus Berggruen Klee Collection Bern Blaue Reiter borders with gouache bottom borders burlap cardboard primed Cat and Bird colour Cubism Der Blaue Reiter Dessau Düsseldorf expressionist Felix Flower Myth Franz Marc Garden German gouache Hermann and Margrit ink on paper inthe Kandinsky Klee produced Klee travels Klee’s Kunsthaus Zürich Kunstmuseum Landscape LK donation Long term loan Lyonel Feininger Macke Matisse Modern Art mounted on cardboard Munich Museum of Modern NewYork numbers Oil and watercolour Oil on canvas Oil on cardboard oil on paper oncardboard Once Emerged original framing Orphism Oskar Schlemmer painting paper on cardboard Park Near Lu pencil on paper Polyphonic White Portrait primed with plaster Private collection Sailing Boats seen Sprengel Museum Sprengel Museum Hannover style surrealism symbol top and bottom Tunisia Watercolour and Indian Watercolour and ink Watercolour and pencil Watercolour on canvas Watercolour on paper Zentrum Paul Klee Zurich