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Flora on The Sand
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Oriental Feast
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Signes en Jaune
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Red and White Domes
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Blaue Nacht
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Personnage Dans un Jardin
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Fish Magic
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Architektur
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Versunkene Landschaft 1918
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Haus - Inneres 1919
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Motiv Aus Hammamet
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Picture Album, 1937
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Florentine Villa District
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Unstable Equilibrium
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La Belle Jardiniere
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New Harmony (Neue Harmoni...
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This Star Teaches Bending, 1940 (seri...
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The Goldfish
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Flowers in Stone
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Narrisch umschauend, 1940...
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Garten in PH
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Super Chess 1937
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With the Eagle
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The Yellow House, 1914
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Gedanken bei Schnee, 1933
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The Castle on the Reef
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Harbor Scene
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Palace Partially Destroyed
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Untitled
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Dunenlandschaft
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Girl with Flag
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Bimba e zia, 1937
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L'Arrivee du Marie, 1933
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Oriental Garden
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Tatlich keiten, 1940 (ser...
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Der Fisch im Hafen
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Kreuze und Saulen
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St-German Bei Tunis, Landeinwarts
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Boats in the Flood
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Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia:
Paul Klee (December 18, 1879 – June 29, 1940) was a Swiss painter. He used many different art styles in his work, including surrealism and cubism. He and his friend Wassily Kandinsky were also famous for teaching at the Bauhaus school of art after World War One.

Klee (pronounced kle:) was born in Münchenbuchsee (near Bern), Switzerland, into a musical family - his father, Hans Klee, taught music at the Hofwil Teacher Seminar near Berne. In his early years, Paul wanted to be a musician, but decided on the visual arts in his teen years. He studied art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich with Heinrich Knirr and Franz von Stuck. After travelling to Italy and then back to Bern, he settled in Munich, where he met Wassily Kandinsky, Franz Marc, and other avant-garde figures, and became associated with Der Blaue Reiter. Here he met Bavarian pianist Lily Stumpf, whom he married; they had one son.

In 1914, he visited Tunisia with August Macke and Louis Moilliet and was impressed by the quality of the light there, writing "Color has taken possession of me; no longer do I have to chase after it, I know that it has hold of me forever ... Color and I are one. I am a painter."

Klee worked with many different types of media – oil paint, watercolor, ink, and more. He often combined them into one work. He has been variously associated with expressionism, cubism and surrealism but his pictures are difficult to classify. They often have a fragile child-like quality to them, and are usually on a small scale. They frequently allude to poetry, music and dreams and sometimes include words or musical notation. The later works are distinguished by spidery hieroglyph-like symbols. His better known works include Southern (Tunisian) Gardens (1919), Ad Parnassum (1932), and Embrace (1939).

Following World War I, in which he painted camouflage on airplanes for the imperial German army, Klee taught at the Bauhaus, and from 1931 at the Düsseldorf Academy, before being denounced by the Nazi Party for producing "degenerate art".

Composer Gunther Schuller also immortalized seven works of Klee's in his Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee. The studies are based on a range of works, including Alter Klang [Antique Harmonies], Abstraktes Terzett [Abstract Trio], Little Blue Devil, Twittering Machine, Arab Village, Ein unheimlicher Moment [An Eerie Moment], and Pastorale.

Another of Klee's paintings, Angelus Novus, was the object of an interpretive text by German philosopher and literary critic Walter Benjamin. In it, Benjamin suggests that the angel depicted in the painting represents progress in history. In 1933, Paul Klee returned to Switzerland; in 1935, he began experiencing the symptoms of what was diagnosed as scleroderma after his death. The progression of his disease can be followed through the art he created in his last years.

He died in Muralto, Switzerland, in 1940 without having obtained the Swiss citizenship. Today, a painting by Paul Klee can sell for as much as US$7.5 million. A museum dedicated to Paul Klee was built in Bern, Switzerland, by the Italian architect Renzo Piano. It opened in June 2005. It houses a collection of about 4000 art works by Paul Klee.

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