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Paul Klee
Paul Klee In Studio
- Paul Klee (1920)
i paint in order not to cry
Today, Paul Klee stands (with Marcel Duchamp) as the Godfather of conceptual art. His vision reaches outside of the visual arts into psychology, literature, science; acting as an influential source for methodological approaches as well as pure inspiration regarding perspective perception.
Paul Klee

Oeuvre consists of over 10,000 paintings, drawings, and etchings.

Born: December 18, 1879
Münchenbuchsee bei Bern, Switzerland

Died: June 29, 1940 (aged 60)
Muralto, Switzerland

Nationality: German/Swiss

Field: Painting

Training: Academy of Fine Arts, Munich

Movement:
Expressionism, Bauhaus, Surrealism

By ART VOID | December 14, 2012
"I cannot be grasped in the here and now. For I reside just as much with the dead as with the unborn. Somewhat closer to the heart of creation than usual. But not nearly close enough."
"Things appear to assume a broader and more diversified meaning, often seemingly contradicting the rational experience of yesterday. There is a striving to emphasize the essential character of the accidental."
Paul Klee In Studio
Landscape with Yellow Church (1922) Bodenmulde (1937) Outbreak of Fear III (1939) A Drawing for Fish Image Around the Fish (1926)
Death and Fire (1940) Animal Catching A Scent (1930) Blocked Lightning (1927)  Zwei Tänzer (1940) AdMarginem (1930)
Knotted in The Manner of A Net  (1920) Verhexte Landschaft (1923) Weil Alles Fliesst At The Core (1935) Urban Perspective (1928)
Floating Town (1930) Highway Byways Mit Der Treppe Hermitage (1918)
The Mask With The Little Flag Carnival in the Mountains (1924) Pastor (1925) Source Design of Cities by Bacon
Monkey Flying Boats God of  War Night Scene
Zentrum (1921) Ad Marginem (1930) A Young Ladys Adventure (1921)
Temple Garden (1920) Crucifers and Spiral Flowers (1925) Puppet Theatre (1923) Wallflower (1922) Picture Album (1937)
Around The Fish (1926)
Death and Fire (1940)
Outbreak of fear III  - Watercolour on primed paper  63,5 x 48,1 cm, (1939)
Landscape with Yellow Church (1922)
Knotted in the Manner of a Net (1920)
Bodenmulde - (1937)
Animal Catching A Scent (1930)
(1940)
Blocked Lightning - Watercolour and ink on board (1927)
Klee worked in many different mediums: oil paint, watercolor, ink, pastel, etching, and others. He often combined them into one work. He used canvas, burlap, muslin, linen, gauze, cardboard, metal foils, fabric, wallpaper, and newsprint. Klee employed spray paint, knife application, stamping, glazing, and impasto; and mixed media such as oil with watercolor, watercolor with pen and India ink, and oil with tempera.
Weil alles fliesst - Watercolor and pen and black ink on paper  (6½ x 9 in.)
Floating Town 11.4 x18.5 in. (1930)
"Even if you hadn’t told me he plays the violin, I would have guessed that on many occasions his drawings were transcriptions of music."
- Rainer Maria Rilke (1921)
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