Paul Klee: 8 works

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Thistle picture (1924) de Paul KleeNational Gallery of Victoria

'Art does not reproduce the visible but makes visible', wrote Klee in 1918, articulating one of his fundamental artistic premises in the essay 'Creative Credo'.'

The Virtue Wagon (1922) de Paul KleeThe Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

'Klee's abstract figural forms humorously suggest the psychological realities of human nature.'

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'Klee had very large eyes, a domed head and a closely cropped beard.'

Moon play (1923) de Paul KleeKupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

'The 'oil-paint drawing' was a special transfer technique that Klee developed in 1919, and which allowed him to transfer drawings onto a prepared ground.'

Fish Magic (1925) de Paul Klee, Swiss, 1879 - 1940Philadelphia Museum of Art

'In Fish Magic, Paul Klee creates a magical realm where the aquatic, the celestial, and the earthly intermingle.'

Marjamshausen (1928) de Paul KleeThe Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

'Alternately whimsical and spiritual, playful and rigorous, no other figure moved so effortlessly between such a variety of styles, subjects, and media as Klee. From 1898 to 1901, Klee studied in Munich, first with Heinrich Knirr, then at the Kunstakademie under Franz von Stuck.'

Howling Dog (1928) de Paul KleeMinneapolis Institute of Art

'Klee's playful depiction of a solitary dog baying at a radiant moon exemplifies the artist's reliance on a linear style of representation.'

Antique Double Portrait (1933) de Paul KLEEThe Museum of Modern Art, Saitama

'Having studied in Munich, Klee joined Kandinsky's group, Der Blaue Reiter.'

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