The Diaries Of Paul Klee 1898 1918

Author: Paul Klee
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520006539
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The Diaries Of Paul Klee 1898 1918 from the Author: Paul Klee. Paul Klee was endowed with a rich and many-sided personality that was continually spilling over into forms of expression other than his painting and that made him one of the most extraordinary phenomena of modern European art. These abilities have left their record in the four intimate Diaries in which he faithfully recorded the events of his inner and outer life from his nineteenth to his fortieth year. Here, together with recollections of his childhood in Bern, his relations with his family and such friends as Kandinsky, Marc, Macke, and many others, his observations on nature and people, his trips to Italy and Tunisia, and his military service, the reader will find Klee's crucial experience with literature and music, as well as many of his essential ideas about his own artistic technique and the creative process.

Paul Klee

Author: Kathryn Porter Aichele
Publisher: Camden House
ISBN: 9781571133434
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Paul Klee from the Author: Kathryn Porter Aichele. First scholarly monograph devoted to Klee's poetry illuminates the reciprocity of poetry and painting in Klee's creative world and in early modernism.

Klee 1879 1940

Author: Susanna Partsch
Publisher: Taschen
ISBN: 9783822859810
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Klee 1879 1940 from the Author: Susanna Partsch. Forget the Ryder Cup, forget Rory McIlroy, forget keeping your head still and correcting your putting stance. Forget eagles and albatrosses and definitely forget holes-in-one. David Godwin has a dream, the same dream held by millions of amateur golfers. He's not aiming to break on to the pro circuit, he's not aiming to break par. David Godwin is going to break 80. Or it's going to break him. Written with humour and charm, Breaking 80 is a book for those who recognise all too well the pleasure of a sweetly struck seven iron to within a few feet of the pin, followed by the agonizing fury of a three-putt back and forth across the cup.

Paul Klee

Author: Jean Louis Ferrier
Publisher: Vilo International
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Paul Klee from the Author: Jean Louis Ferrier. Paul Klee was a teacher at the famous Bauhaus school, and as such played an important role in the evolution of the applied arts. This is a fresh reading of his works, including extracts from the "Pedagogical Sketchbook", to throw new light on his ideas.

Paul Klee

Author: Paul Klee
Publisher: Parkstone International
ISBN: 1783107537
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Paul Klee from the Author: Paul Klee. An emblematic figure of the early 20th century, Paul Klee participated in the expansive Avant-Garde movements in Germany and Switzerland. From the vibrant Blaue Reiter movement to Surrealism at the end of the 1930s and throughout his teaching years at the Bauhaus, he attempted to capture the organic and harmonic nature of painting by alluding to other artistic mediums such as poetry, literature, and, above all, music. While he collaborated with artists like August Macke and Alexej von Jawlensky, his most famous partnership was with the abstract expressionist, Wassily Kandinsky.

Paul Klee Art Music

Author: Andrew Kagan
ISBN: 9780801415005
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Paul Klee Art Music from the Author: Andrew Kagan. Discusses the influence of music on Klee's theories about art and shows how his background as an accomplished musician affected his painting

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 For Children

Author: Silke Vry
Publisher: Prestel Pub
ISBN: 9783791370774
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Paul Klee For Children from the Author: Silke Vry. Presents some of the famous artist's work and explores his influences and style.