Master of colour. In the desert by Paul Klee (1879-1940, Switzerland)
Dream City by Paul Klee
Paul Klee•DOUBLE TENT 1923•Museum of Modern Art Bauhaus Poster O/P 21x36
Painted by Paul Klee in 1923, during the Cubism movement. Key characteristics of this movement includes the emphasis of the two-dimensional of the canvas and the appearance of broken objects and then reassembled. This work uses 2D shapes to create the triangle and it also seems to be cut up into pieces.
'In the Beginning', 1916 by Paul Klee / 'Everything vanishes around me, and works are born as if out of the void. Ripe, graphic fruits fall off. My hand has become the obedient instrument of a remote will.' Paul Klee
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Paul Klee: Triumph of a 'degenerate'
Paul Klee Paul Klee (1879 – 1940) Swiss. Expressionism, cubism and surrealism influence (orientalism, too). Klee (draftsman)experimented with and eventually mastered colour theory, and wrote extensively about it; his lectures Writings on Form and Design Theory (Paul Klee Notebooks) it was compared with Leonardo da Vinci's A Treatise on Painting.