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Paul Klee

Paul Klee - German Expressionism and Surrealism
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Breanne Vybihal

on 28 January 2011

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Paul Klee A figure in surrealism and unique expressionism Early Years Born December 18, 1879 in Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland Klee attended the Knirr School before going to the
Munich Academy Tunisia Der Blaue Reiter Dream City, 1921 Dream City, 1921 Timeline of Work Bauhaus Professor 1920-1931 During his time there,
the majority of his work was created His new appointment forced him to order his thoughts on the theoretical aspects of creating art. Citations Mirza, Faryal. "Klee and the Bauhaus." Swissinfo. 25 May 2005. Web. 24 Jan. 2011. . "Paul Klee, Swiss Painter, Printmaker, Graphic Artist: Biography, Expressionist/Surrealist." Irish Art: Encyclopedia of Visual Arts in Ireland. Web. 26 Jan. 2011. <http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/famous--artists/paul-klee.htm>. Bild-Kunst, Bonn. "Paul Klee (1879 - 1940)." Artists Rights Society. Web. 26 Jan. 2011. . Haftmann, Werner. The Mind and Work of Paul Klee. New York: Praeger, 1967. Print. Duchting, Hajo. Paul Klee: Painting Music. Munich: Prestel, 2002. Print. Grohmann, Will. Paul Klee. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1985. Print. Highways & Byways, 1929 Landscape with Yellow Birds, 1923 Ad Parnassum, 1932 Comedian II, 1904 Rose Garden, 1920 Twittering Machine, 1922 Alter Klang, 1927 Insula Dulcamara, 1938 Self portrait, 1911 Death and Fire, 1940 Fish Magic, 1925 La Belle Jardiniere, 1939 In the Magic Mirror, 1934 Southern Gardens, 1936 (The Blue Rider/Horseman) Toured Italy in 1901 with sculpter Herman Haller Traveled to Paris in 1905 and 1912, spent countless hours studying the art of the Louvre Married Lily Stumpf in 1906, moved to Munich,
had first etching exhibition at Munich Secession Son Flelix is born in 1908 Illustrated Voltaire's Candide 1911-1920 A German expressionist group that contributed much to the development of abstract art Took ques from cubism Opened doors for Klee Music Father was music teacher, mother was professional singer Started playing violin at age 7, performed with the Munich Municipal Orchestra Wife a trained pianist
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