Immagini al Femminile

Interpretazione del mondo femminile attraverso  segni, colori e forme in alcune opere di Paul Klee

A Woman For Gods, Paul Klee, 1938, From the collection of: Fondation Beyeler
Diana, Paul Klee, 1931, From the collection of: Fondation Beyeler
Hot-Blooded Girl, Paul Klee (Swiss, 1879–1940), 1938, From the collection of: Milwaukee Art Museum
Women's Pavilion, Paul Klee, 1921/1921, From the collection of: Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art
Girl Possessed, Paul Klee, 1924, From the collection of: Fondation Beyeler
Untitled [Captive/Figure Of This World–Next World], Paul Klee, ca. 1940, From the collection of: Fondation Beyeler
Forest Witches, Paul Klee, 1938, From the collection of: Fondation Beyeler
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