The Blue Rider in the Lenbachhaus, Munich
Prestel, 2000 - Art - 328 pages
Works by Kandinsky, Marc, and Klee are avant-garde icons known the world over. The Lenbachhaus in Munich, Germany, possesses the world's finest collection of works by these artists.
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