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Klee, Paul 1879–1940.

“Eros”, 1923.115.

Watercolour, gouache and pencil on paper, cut up and rearranged, bottom edge with watercolour and pen, framed with gouache...
Three Flowers
Auf eine Scizze aus Sidibusaid zurückgreifend
Figure in Garden
Mildtropische Landschaft
Camel (in rhythmic landscape with trees)
This Star Teaches us to Bow
Blick auf Rot
Harmony in blue=orange
St Germain near Tunis
Rote und wei~e Kuppeln
Drei weiße Glockenblumen
Movement of Vaulted Chambers
Abenteurer zur See
Kindheit des Erwählten
Winter's Day just Before Noon
In the Houses of St. Germain
St. Germain near Tunis
Das Fest der Astern
Indian Flower Garden
Felsentempel mit Tannen
Nördlicher Ort
ein Paar Götter
View of St. Germain
The Drummer
Houses with Stairway
Rocks at Night
Choral und Landschaft
The Golden Fish
Höhlen ausblick
St. Germain Beach at Tunis
polyphon gefasstes Weiss
Highways & Byways
Die Pflanze und ihr Feind
Sailing Boats
Der Seefahrer
Städtebild (rot-grüne Accente)
Garten in der Ebene II (mit dem Gartenhäuschen)
Landscape with setting sun
Villa R.
Sicily near S. Andrea
The Bavarian Don Giovanni
Ohne Titel
Untitled (Crowned Poet)
Untitled (Ghost of a Scarecrow)
Untitled (self-portrait)
Botschaft des Luftgeistes
Überladener Teufel
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Paul Klee (1879 - 1940)
Paul Klee, 18 December 1879 – 29 June 1940,
Swiss German artist with a highly individual style who was influenced by movements in art that included Expressionism, Cubism and Surrealism.

He generally worked in isolation from his peers, and interpreted new art trends in his own way and was inventive in his methods and technique. Klee worked in many different media—oil paint, watercolor, ink, pastel, etching, and others and often combined them into one work.
He also used a great variety of colour palettes from nearly monochromatic to highly polychromatic. Klee once said:
"Colour possesses me. I don't have to pursue it. It will possess me always, I know it. It gives meaning to my happiest hours: Colour and I are one. I am a painter".

29th June 2025 - 85 since the death of Paul Klee.