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The Saint of the Inner Light

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SKU
WMET0084
Specialty: Giclee on Watercolor Paper, Deckled and Floated on Mat
  • Watercolor Paper
  • Deckled and Floated on Mat
  • 34.25"w x 61.25"h
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Image M0864SUB1
M0864SUB1
0.81″ x 1.50″
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Image FWM-BUR-NAT-OS
FWM-BUR-NAT-OS
3″

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Our Inspiration: The Saint of the Inner Light (Die Helige vom inner Licht)

Paul Klee (German, b. Switzerland, 1879–1940)

Lithograph with brown background, 15 3/8 x 10 9/16, 1921

Bequest of Scofield Thayer, 1982   1984.1203.190(5)

Paul Klee had many talents; besides being a painter and draftsman, he was also a master violinist, poet, art and music critic, and teacher. He was most productive while teaching at the Bauhaus, first in Weimar (1921–26) and then in Dessau (1926–31). During those years, he produced almost half of his nearly 10,000 works on paper.

The_Saint_of_the_Inner_Light

Our Inspiration: The Saint of the Inner Light (Die Helige vom inner Licht)

Paul Klee (German, b. Switzerland, 1879–1940)

Lithograph with brown background, 15 3/8 x 10 9/16, 1921

Bequest of Scofield Thayer, 1982   1984.1203.190(5)

Paul Klee had many talents; besides being a painter and draftsman, he was also a master violinist, poet, art and music critic, and teacher. He was most productive while teaching at the Bauhaus, first in Weimar (1921–26) and then in Dessau (1926–31). During those years, he produced almost half of his nearly 10,000 works on paper.