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Transcript of Paul Klee
1898: Studied art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich
1905: Began exhibiting experimental techniques and artwork
1911: Met Wasilly Kandinsky and Franz Marc, great artistic influences
1914: Visited Tunisia - artistic breakthrough
1923: Formed The Blue Rider group and toured the U.S.
1921-1931: Taught at Bauhaus, a German school
Klee was influenced by a wide variety of artistic movements including surrealism, cubism, and expressionism.
Klee's abstract art
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The Rising Sun
Southern (Tunisian) Gardens
Legend of the Nile
Struck from the List
Death and Fire
Abstract art – art that is geometric in design or simplified from its natural appearance; abstract art does not need to look like anything real.
Surrealistic art – also known as “Fantasy Art”, this art is a combination of Cubism mixed with rich imagination based on childhood memories, folklore, and country life.
Cubism - the artistic technique of taking something and reducing it to its basic geometric shape...it also allows a three dimensional form to remain that way in a two dimensional depiction. Imagine yourself with a zipper up your back that allows you to lie flat on a page, but shows your whole body.
Expressionism - presents the world solely from a subjective perspective, distorting it radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas.
Fire, Full Moon
Park Near Lucerne