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Paul Klee  Composition cosmique   1919

Paul Klee (December 1879 – June was born in Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland. Klee is regarded as both a Swiss and German painter. His greatly unique style was influenced by art movements such as surrealism, cubism, and expressionism.

Upon returning to Munich, Paul Klee painted his first piece of abstract art, which was mainly composed of rectangles and circles, in a variety of color sequences and patterns blended together. Description from gazette-ic.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Upon returning to Munich, Paul Klee painted his first piece of abstract art, which was mainly composed of rectangles and circles, in a variety of color sequences and patterns blended together

Paul Klee, "Bird Garden"

Great Works: Bird Garden, 1924 (27cm x 39 cm), Paul Klee

The Helpful Art Teacher: Degenerate Art: Hitler's War on the Modern Imagination

Paul Klee Fish Magic 1925 Oil and watercolor on canvas on panel. Philadelphia Museum of Art Accession number

Paul Klee - Stadt mit den drei Kuppeln, 1914.

The artwork Stadt mit den drei Kuppeln, - Paul Klee we deliver as art print on canvas, poster, plate or finest hand made paper.

Diane, par Paul Klee - 1931

From Colby College Museum of Art, Paul Klee, Agricultural Experimental Plan for Late Fall Watercolor with ink on paper, 7 × 12 in

Paul Klee Villages: 1st Grade | Young Art Love

Paul Klee Villages: 1st Grade

Paul Klee (Swiss: 1879 Flagged pavilion (Landscape and yellow church tower), 1927

ALONGTIMEALONE: Paul Klee

Paul Klee Asiatischer Gott (Asiatic God), 1924 Oil and plaster over gauze on panel. (Art Institute of Chicago) (Image © 2016 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn)

The Athenaeum - The Hotel (Paul Klee - )

Paul Klee Das Hotel (The Hotel), 1913 Oil, watercolour, pen and ink on board.

Paul Klee’s was a Swiss born painter, with a unique style that was influenced by expressionism, cubism, surrealism, and orientalism. His written collections of lectures, Writings on Form and Design Theory are considered as important to modern art as Leonardo da Vinci’s written works were to the Renaissance. As a child, Klee was mainly oriented as a musician, having played the violin since he was eight, but in his teen years, he found that art allowed him freedom to explore his style and…

Föhn im Marcschen Garten (Foehn Wind in Marc’s Garden), 1915 by Paul Klee

Paul Klee (1879-1940), Structural I, 1924 (125). Gouache on cardboard, bordered with ink, mounted on cardboard. 42.5cm H x 27cm W. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Paul Klee Structural I, 1924 Gouache on cardboard, bordered with ink, mounted on cardboard. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

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