Paul Klee: Life and Work

National Geographic Books, 5 févr. 2019 - 192 pages
This beautiful volume offers high-quality reproductions and the latest biographical information on Paul Klee, who helped pave the way for Modernism.

Readers of this book will find much to discover and relish in Paul Klee's art. Reproductions of his iconic works as well as those that are more rarely exhibited are featured alongside in-depth biographical information that looks beyond his many artistic achievements to explore the life and times of the artist. Photographs of Klee and his circle, as well as entertaining and enlightening anecdotes, offer a multifaceted perspective on a groundbreaking artist and the events that helped shape his colorful and imaginative work.

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À propos de l'auteur (2019)

BORIS FRIEDEWALD is an art historian and the author of Bauhaus, Dali's Moustaches, A Butterfly Journey: Maria Sibylla Merian, Picasso's Animals, and Women Photographers (all by Prestel). He lives in Berlin.

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