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Paul Klee: Selected by Genius

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Paul Klee: Selected by Genius

Edited by Roland Doschka with essays by Roland Doschka, Ernst-Gerhard Güse, Christian Rümelin and Victoria Salley

Paul Klee is indisputably one of the twentieth century's most important and admired artists.  In their originality and brilliance his works frequently defy classification.  Taken from his most prolific years, 1917-1933, this book presents paintings that Klee never intended to sell.

Along with an in-depth biography, three essays examine his versatility, place him in context with his contemporaries and discuss his process for cataloguing his works.  The result is a unique and far-reaching exploration of an artist at the most fecund stage of his career.

Paperback
114 pages
Prestel, 2007
0.8 x 7.7 x 9.3 inches
ISBN 9783791338835

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