Modern art master Paul Klee (1879 -1940) was an ingenious with an extensive stylistic range. Klee created small, delicate works, filling them with traces of dreams, music, poetry, and stylistically blended primitive art, Surrealism, Cubism and children's art. Klee's initial pen-and-ink drawings were transformed after he visited Tunisia and became smitten with the color and light he found there. Fusing abstraction with reality, Klee fills his work with complex symbols derived from the unconscious. Klee's work and innovations profoundly influenced 20th century Surrealism, Abstract and Nonobjective art.
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Castle and Sun By Paul Klee
Fish Magic By Paul Klee
Fulle, c.1938 By Paul Klee
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