Paul Klee In Jena 1924

Author: Paul Klee
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Paul Klee In Jena 1924 from the Author: Paul Klee. Exhibition catalog for a 1999 exhibition in honor of the 75th anniversary of the 1924 Jena exhibition of the works of Paul Klee.

Paul Klee In Jena 1924

Author: Alexander Klee
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Paul Klee In Jena 1924 from the Author: Alexander Klee. A facsimile reproduction of the handwritten lecture by Klee for the 1924 exhibition, plus facsimile reproductions of other Klee documents and correspondence, along with printed transcripts, to accompany a 1999 exhibition in honor of the 75th anniversary of th 1924 Jena exhibition of the works of Paul Klee.

Paul Klee

Author: Annie Bourneuf
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022609118X
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Paul Klee from the Author: Annie Bourneuf. The fact that Paul Klee (1879–1940) consistently intertwined the visual and the verbal in his art has long fascinated commentators from Walter Benjamin to Michel Foucault. However, the questions it prompts have never been satisfactorily answered—until now. In Paul Klee, Annie Bourneuf offers the first full account of the interplay between the visible and the legible in Klee’s works from the 1910s and 1920s. Bourneuf argues that Klee joined these elements to invite a manner of viewing that would unfold in time, a process analogous to reading. From his elaborate titles to the small scale he favored to his metaphoric play with materials, Klee created forms that hover between the pictorial and the written. Through his unique approach, he subverted forms of modernist painting that were generally seen to threaten slow, contemplative viewing. Tracing the fraught relations among seeing, reading, and imagining in the early twentieth century, Bourneuf shows how Klee reconceptualized abstraction at a key moment in its development.

Paul Klee

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

Between Word And Image

Author: Dennis J. Schmidt
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 025300618X
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Between Word And Image from the Author: Dennis J. Schmidt. Engagement with the image has played a decisive role in the formulation of the very idea of philosophy since Plato. Identifying pivotal moments in the history of philosophy, Dennis J. Schmidt develops the question of philosophy's regard of the image in thinking by considering painting—where the image most clearly calls attention to itself as an image. Focusing on Heidegger and the work of Paul Klee, Schmidt pursues larger issues in the relationship between word, image, and truth. As he investigates alternative ways of thinking about truth through word and image, Schmidt shows how the form of art can indeed possess the capacity to change its viewers.

Paul Klee Englische Ausgabe

Author: Roland Doschka
Publisher: Prestel Pub
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Paul Klee Englische Ausgabe from the Author: Roland Doschka. Produced in close cooperation with the Klee Foundation in Bern, this catalogue gathers together the artist's outstanding masterpieces of the years 1917 to 1933. This extraordinary survey, which includes works which Klee originally intended to keep for himself, has been made possible by loans from the collection of Angela Rosengart in Lucerne, the Klee Foundation in Bern and many private collectors. Many of these works are being presented to a wide audience for the first time. Klee is widely seen as one of the most original artists of the twentieth century. Together with Feininger, Kandinsky and Jawlensky, he founded the Blue Four group, and had a decisive influence on artists such as Miro and Delaunany. The years 1917 to 1933 were the most productive in Klee's work.

The Klee Universe

Author: Paul Klee
Publisher: Hatje Cantz Pub
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The Klee Universe from the Author: Paul Klee. Edited by Dieter Scholz, Christina Thomson. Text by Christine Hopfengart, Olivier Berggruen, Peter-Klaus Schuster.

Approximation Theory

Author: Ole Christensen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780817636005
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Approximation Theory from the Author: Ole Christensen. This concisely written book gives an elementary introduction to a classical area of mathematics—approximation theory—in a way that naturally leads to the modern field of wavelets. The exposition, driven by ideas rather than technical details and proofs, demonstrates the dynamic nature of mathematics and the influence of classical disciplines on many areas of modern mathematics and applications. Key features and topics: * Description of wavelets in words rather than mathematical symbols * Elementary introduction to approximation using polynomials (Weierstrass’ and Taylor’s theorems) * Introduction to infinite series, with emphasis on approximation-theoretic aspects * Introduction to Fourier analysis * Numerous classical, illustrative examples and constructions * Discussion of the role of wavelets in digital signal processing and data compression, such as the FBI’s use of wavelets to store fingerprints * Minimal prerequisites: elementary calculus * Exercises that may be used in undergraduate and graduate courses on infinite series and Fourier series Approximation Theory: From Taylor Polynomials to Wavelets will be an excellent textbook or self-study reference for students and instructors in pure and applied mathematics, mathematical physics, and engineering. Readers will find motivation and background material pointing toward advanced literature and research topics in pure and applied harmonic analysis and related areas.

In Paul Klee S Enchanted Garden

Author: Zentrum Paul Klee
Publisher: Hatje Cantz Pub
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In Paul Klee S Enchanted Garden from the Author: Zentrum Paul Klee. "For Paul Klee, both as an artist and as a teacher, nature was an inexhaustible source of inspiration; a large part of his oeuvre depicts gardens and parks - from reallocations such as the Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Worlitz or Hammamet in Tunisia to imaginary, sometimes dreamlike and sometimes exotic, products of fantasy portraying ominous plant worlds. Klee (1879-1940) also paid special attention to plant structure and growth; on walks he would often collect flowers, evergreens, and leaves, expertly identifying and storing them in a herbarium." "With over one hundred and forty color illustrations, this publication reveals the multifaceted temperament of Klee's lifelong "dialogue with nature." His complex approach, on the one hand analytically objective and on the other radically subjective, is also explored, as is his understanding of art as a process of creation similar to nature itself."--BOOK JACKET.