Paul Klee, Urban Perspectve, 1928.
Source by midgefraser
Paul Klee (1879-1940), Feigenbaum (Fig Tree), 1929 (240). Watercolour and pencil on paper on cardboard. 28cm H x 20.8cm W.
Source by gualconda
Paul Klee (Austria, 1879–1940). Small Rhythmic Landscape, ca.1920. Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard, 27.8 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8,5 in)
Source by schm1051
100% free coloring page of Paul Klee painting – Senecio. You be the master painter! Color this famous painting and many more! You can save your colored pictures, print them and send them to family and friends!
Source by sgaratti
This flower wishes to fade by Paul Klee #expressionism
Source by artist_klee
Paul Klee (1879-1940) "Art does not reproduce the visible; rather, it makes visible"
Source by mollydolly97
Paul Klee: The Bauhaus Years, fishes in the deep – 1921
Source by Smishnice
Tower in Orange and Green, 1922. Paul Klee is stimulated by the Bauhaus, in which he's recently become involved. He's entrusted with theoretical courses and pictorial composition. in charge of theoretical. He takes interest in notions of equilibrium. he draws upon and studies the las of physics, and transposes them into his painting, creating 'mini dramas' with unstable balances, in which balances is constantly disrupted and reasserted. He often uses arrows to describe these tensions.
Source by tealbooth
Paul Klee: Fruits on Red, 1930 Watercolor on silk. 61.2 x 46.2 cm. Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, Germany
Source by pencilart7
Paul Klee. Art Experience NYC www.artexperience…
Source by artexperienceny