'Abstract' by Paul Klee
Medium:Poster reproduction of original artwork
An abstract image with various colorful geometric shapes.
Paul Klee was a Swiss painter of German origin. His style was influenced by the Expressionist, Surrealist, and Cubist art movements. A master of color theory, Klee went on the write a book on the topic. Childlike perspectives, personal moods and beliefs, and music are often themes that appear in his artwork. Klee was good friends with Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky. They both taught at the Bauhaus School of Art and Architecture. Klee died in June of 1940.