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  1. View all 214 artworks. Paul Klee lived in the XIX – XX cent., a remarkable figure of German-Swiss Expressionism and Abstract Art. Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

    • 213 Artworks

      Paul Klee: List of works - All Artworks by Date 1→10. List...

    • Cat and Bird

      ‘Cat and Bird’ was created in 1928 by Paul Klee in...

    • Heroic Roses

      ‘Heroic Roses’ was created in 1938 by Paul Klee in...

    • Castle and Sun

      ‘Castle and Sun’ was created in 1928 by Paul Klee in...

    • Highway and Byways

      ‘Highway and byways’ was created in 1929 by Paul Klee in...

    • Temple Gardens

      "Temple Gardens" appears to recall Klee's impressions from...

    • Paul Klee

      This painting, considered Klee’s masterpiece, is an example...

    • Death for the Idea

      ‘Death for the Idea’ was created in 1915 by Paul Klee in...

  2. Paul Klee and his paintings. Paul Klee (18 December 1879 - 29 June 1940) was born in Munchenbuchsee, Switzerland, and is considered both a German and a Swiss painter. His highly individual style was influenced by movements in art that included expressionism, cubism, and surrealism.

    • Death for the Idea Paul Klee 1915.
    • Flower myth Paul Klee 1918.
    • Southern (Tunisian) gardens Paul Klee 1919.
    • Miraculous Landing Paul Klee 1920.
    • La máquina del canto de los pájaros (1922) 1922. 25 x 38 cm. Museo de Arte Moderno (MoMA), Nueva York, EE. UU. «La máquina del canto de los pájaros» es una de las obras icónicas de Klee, que muestra su fascinación por la yuxtaposición de la naturaleza y la mecanización.
    • Senecio (1922) 1922. 49.5 x 41 cm. Museo de Arte de Basilea, Suiza. «Senecio» es un retrato de un anciano, realizado en el distintivo estilo geométrico y abstracto de Klee.
    • Magia de los peces (1925) 1925. 70 x 90 cm. Museo de Arte de Filadelfia, Filadelfia, EE. UU. «Magia de los peces» es una pintura caprichosa y onírica que muestra la maestría de Klee en el color y la forma.
    • Ad Parnassum (1932) 1932. 100 x 126 cm. Museo de Arte de Basilea, Suiza. «Ad Parnassum» es una obra posterior de Klee que refleja su estilo y técnica maduros.
    • Childhood
    • Early Training
    • Mature Period
    • Late Period and Death
    • The Legacy of Paul Klee

    Paul Klee was born to a German father who taught music at the Berne-Hofwil teacher's college and a Swiss mother trained as a professional singer. Encouraged by his musical parents, he took up violin at age seven. His other hobbies, drawing and writing poems, were not fostered in the same way. Despite his parents' wishes that he pursue a musical car...

    Klee's academic training focused mostly on his drawing skills. He studied in a private studio for two years before joining the studio of German symbolist Franz von Stuck in 1900. During his studies in Munich, he met Lily Stumpf, a pianist, and the couple married in 1906. Lily's work as a piano instructor supported Klee's early years as an artist, e...

    Klee's views on abstract art were influenced by Wilhelm Worringer's thesis Abstraction and Empathy(1907), which hypothesized that abstract art was created in a time of war. World War I broke out only three months after Klee had returned from Tunisia. Klee was called to duty in 1916, but was spared the front. Meanwhile, he enjoyed financial success,...

    Two years after returning to Switzerland, Klee fell ill with a disease that would later be diagnosed as progressive scleroderma, an autoimmune disease that hardens the skin and other organs. The artist created only 25 works the year after he fell ill, but his creativity resurged in 1937 and increased to a record 1,253 works in 1939. His late works ...

    Klee's artistic legacy has been immense, even if many of his successors have not referenced his work openly as an apparent source or influence. During his lifetime, the Surrealistsfound Klee's seemingly random juxtaposition of text, abstract signs, and reductive symbols suggestive of the way the mind in dream state recombines disparate objects of e...

    • Swiss
    • December 18, 1879
    • Munchenbuchsee, Switzerland
    • June 29, 1940
  3. In the same year, Klee painted Ventriloquist and Crier in the Moor (1984.315.35), which, with its humor and grotesque fantasy, may strike many viewers as the quintessential “Klee.” From 1931 to December 1933, Klee taught at the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf.

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