Paul Klee


Paul Klee, a Swiss-born German painter, printmaker, and draughtsman, was originally associated with the German Expressionist group Der Blaue Reiter, and subsequently taught at the Bauhaus, the widely influential German art school of the interwar period. Klee’s diverse body of work cannot, however, be categorized according to any single artistic movement, or “school.” His paintings, which are at times fantastic, childlike, or otherwise witty, served as an inspiration to the New York School, as well as many other artists of the 20th century. (The Art Story)

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