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by Ernst-Gerhard Guse,Christian Rumelin,Victoria Salley,Stadthalle Balingen,Roland Doschka

  • ISBN: 3791324950
  • Author: Ernst-Gerhard Guse,Christian Rumelin,Victoria Salley,Stadthalle Balingen,Roland Doschka
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  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 224
  • Publisher: Prestel Pub (August 1, 2001)
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  • Category: Art
  • Subcategory: Individual Artists
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This book was originally published in conjunction with an exhibition held at Stadhalle Balingen, 2001. As an avant-garde artist of the twentieth century, painter Paul Klee's work defies classification. What is indisputable, however, is its originality and brilliance.

This book was originally published in conjunction with an exhibition held at Stadhalle Balingen, 2001. Taken from the artist's most prolific years, 1917-1933, this book presents works that Klee never intended to sell. More than 100 colour plates reveal Klee's chromatic genius and wide stylistic range

Paul Klee, Roland Doschka, Published by Prestel Publishing AugustĀ . Guse, Ernst-Gerhard; Rumelin, Christian; Salley, Victoria; Stadthalle Balingen. Published by Prestel Pub (2001)

Paul Klee, Roland Doschka, Published by Prestel Publishing August 2001, 2001. ISBN 10: 3791324950, ISBN 13: 9783791324951. Along with an indepth biography, the book features three essays, which examine Klee's versatility, place him in context with his contemporaries, and discuss his process for cataloguing his works. The result is a unique and far-reaching exploration of one of the twentieth century's most important and admired artists, at the most fecund stage of his career. Published by Prestel Pub (2001). ISBN 10: 3791324950 ISBN 13: 9783791324951.

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Paul Klee: Selected by Genius, 1917-33 Aug 1, 2001. by Ernst-Gerhard Guse, Christian Rumelin, Victoria Salley, Stadthalle Balingen, Roland Doschka.

ROLAND DOSCHKA is an author and a curator of exhibitions in Balingen, Germany.

Taken from the artist's most prolific years, 1917-1933, this book presents works that Klee never intended to sell. More than 100 colour plates reveal Klee's chromatic genius and wide stylistic range. ROLAND DOSCHKA is an author and a curator of exhibitions in Balingen, Germany.

Paul Klee As an avant-garde artist of the twentieth century, painter Paul Klee's work defies classification

Walmart 9783791338835. Paul Klee As an avant-garde artist of the twentieth century, painter Paul Klee's work defies classification.

Roland Doschka (author). More than 100 colour plates reveal Klee's chromatic genius and wide stylistic range

Roland Doschka (author).

Paul Klee: selected by genius, 1917-1933. The catalog for an exhibition at the Stadthalle in Baligen, Germany, this book presents works created during Paul Klee's most prolific and productive time. The exhibition was curated in cooperation. Consulter l'avis complet. Roland Doschka, a professor at the University of Freiburg in Germany, is the author of numerous books, including Pablo Picasso: Human From in the Twentieth Century, Marc Chagall: Origins and Paths, and Paul Klee: Selected by Genius (all published by Prestel). Informations bibliographiques.

As an avant-garde artist of the twentieth century, painter Paul Klee's work defies classification. What is indisputable, however, is its originality and brilliance. Taken from the artist's most prolific years, 1917-1933, this book presents works that Klee never intended to sell. More than 100 colour plates reveal Klee's chromatic genius and wide stylistic range. Along with an indepth biography, the book features three essays, which examine Klee's versatility, place him in context with his contemporaries, and discuss his process for cataloguing his works. The result is a unique and far-reaching exploration of one of the twentieth century's most important and admired artists, at the most fecund stage of his career.
Comments (7)

Kirimath
I found a few color repros in this book that I haven't seen in other books.I like most of the selections with the exception of a few that look like Kandinsky.Yet, I prefer the Kandinskys that are similar to Klee.I have a large collection of postcards of Klee from museums,I am always on the lookout for Klees that I haven't seen The reproductions are very good.I have over 40 books on Klee. I have visited the Klee Foundation collection in Berne.The Klees in the Philips collection + MOMA and the Guggenheim,.Lenbachaus (Munich)I went to MOMA's Klee exhibition awhile back...you had to wait in line to see each piece.This book is well worth the price .Others have commented on the high quality of the design of the book.The essays are a worthwhile read.Especially the piece on the presentation of Klee's work, his method of mounting drawings and watercolors,sometimes adding color to the border of a work,His mounting of paper over burlap. Only a few books reproduce the work with the frame showing.. This discussion is something that is not found in the plethora of literature on Klee. Number one mentions Klee's extensive influence on modern painters. They fail to mention Picasso, (from a Picasso museum catalogue) ---"Picasso did many of the drawings for Guernica after meeting Klee in Suisse,that may have been influenced by Klee".They do discuss the culture of experimentation that both artists shared.To really understand Klee it is a good idea to buy every book you can on this wonderful artist. A pervasive attitude during the fifties was:the work is a secret..My problem in buying books : I read the essays right away..the first day.In this case 36 pages. The fifteen dollars is still worthwhile because of the gorgeous plates of Klee's work.I continue to look at the work more than any prolix essays.The type of soft cover of this type holds up well over time.This is a book you can take to bed with you and study a painting ..and pleasantly send you off to dream land!
Celak
This is one of the most beautiful and in-depth studies on the art of Paul Klee I have ever seen. The essays give wonderfully in-depth background on Klee's creative process, based on the study of the works that he kept for his personal collection. In many of these works we find the archetypes that informed most of his very personal and highly expressive iconography. The works in the exhibition, 80 works, are all top-quality Klee, and offer a well-rounded selection of works created during his most prolific and creative period (1917-1933). But there are also works included up to 1939, as well. Prestel has really outdone themselves in this incredibly splendid publication. The design, printing, and quality of manufacturing are all first-rate, and the price is astonishingly low...even the Amazon list price is a bargain, and this superior volume is discounted even more. Anyone with an interest in 20th Century art will absolutely want to own this gorgeous book, and if you are a fan of the work of Klee, as I am, you will find it an indispensible addition to your library.
Small Black
Nice book, but the reproductions are a little small. I buy painting books to immerse myself in the work of the artist. Most of the time in this one, I feel like I need a magnifier. The reproductions are not full-page. Otherwise the book is very well made, the reproductions are of quality.
Monin
Lovely book!
Elastic Skunk
This is a great book that has a lot of Paul Klee's works that were never published. I liked how they put each painting on one page with just the title and the materials he used in the process. If you don't want a lot of text and just want to look at his paintings on paper then this is definitely the book for you. Very inspiring!
Usic
very good
Kirinaya
Any book on this artist gets my attention.In the catagory of smaller sized quality art books,with 80 color plates and decent text, at Amazon's price,is a buy. Also would make a not too shabby little gift.
Beautiful color representation of Paul Klee's work.

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