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Cameo/Abrams, 1996 - Art - 64 pages
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This survey of Paul Klee's career documents the artist's remarkable achievement with more than 60 reproductions of his most important works and an informative text discussing his unique place in twentieth-century art.

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About the author (1996)

Paul Klee taught at the Bauhaus School after World War I, and at Dusseldorf Academy (1931), but was dismissed by the Nazis, who termed his work "degenerate." A trip to North Africa in 1914 stimulated Klee to using colors and his work showed a mastery of delicate, dreamlike color harmonies. Klee influenced the budding abstract expressionist movement.

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