Paul Klee His Life And Work

Author: Carolyn Lanchner
Publisher: Hatje Cantz Pub
ISBN: 9783775710022
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Paul Klee His Life And Work from the Author: Carolyn Lanchner. "In the course of his creativity, Klee developed his artistic will slowly, almost hesitantly. His work formed organically. Undogmatic and open to all graphic life, he let himself be inspired by the art of the past and the present. Fairytale lyrics and grotesque satire, tender jesting and real demonism, profound mysticism and sober romanticism live in Klee's work, which always radiates his personal sphere with all its variety. In this monograph, an immensely compressed picture of the artistic as well as the human side of his career evolves by way of the extensive pictorial material and accompanying essays, a picture which gives information about "Klee's contribution to the expansion of artistic articulation"."--BOOK JACKET.

Paul Klee

Author: Felix Klee
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Paul Klee from the Author: Felix Klee.

Klee

Author: Gualtieri Di San Lazzaro
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Klee from the Author: Gualtieri Di San Lazzaro.

Paul Klee

Author: Paul Klee
Publisher: Hatje Cantz Pub
ISBN: 9783775730075
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Paul Klee from the Author: Paul Klee. The many books on Paul Klee (1879-1940) published over the years should not obscure the fact that there has been no new, comprehensive Klee overview since Will Grohmann's much reprinted 1954 monograph. With "Paul Klee: Life and Work," the Zentrum Paul Klee has set out to fill this gap, drawing on a wealth of new resources including the Klee family's archives, much of which is published here for the first time. Life and work are truly integrated in this massive, 344-page volume: Klee's vast body of work is surveyed chronologically, as the book narrates his life alongside the abundant reproductions of drawings, paintings, watercolors, sculptures, puppets and numerous archival documents and photographs (500 reproductions in total, half of which are color). The book divides Klee's career into eight periods: "Childhood and Youth"; "Munich and the Encounter with the Avant Garde"; "World War I and the Breakthrough to Success"; "At the Bauhaus in Weimar"; "Master of Modern Art"; "The Move to Dusseldorf and the Nazi Rise to Power"; "First Years of Emigration in Bern"; and "Final Years." The result of many years of research and labor, this magisterial publication demonstrates conclusively why Klee numbers among the most influential and best loved artists of the past 100 years.

Paul Klee

Author: Boris Friedewald
Publisher: Prestel Pub
ISBN: 9783791345260
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Paul Klee from the Author: Boris Friedewald. Reproductions of Paul Klee's art and iconic works, as well as those that are more rarely exhibited, are featured alongside biographical information that explores his life and times. Photographs and anecdotes of Klee and his circle offer a multifaceted perspective on a groundbreaking artist and the events that helped shape his colorful, imaginative work.

The Life And Work Of Paul Klee

Author: Sean Connolly
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The Life And Work Of Paul Klee from the Author: Sean Connolly. The author gives an introduction to the life and work of artist Paul Klee for young readers.

Paul Klee

Author: Sabine Rewald
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0810912155
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Paul Klee from the Author: Sabine Rewald.