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Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee
Red Balloon - Paul Klee

Red Balloon - Paul Klee

Paul Klee's Red Balloon characterizes the artist's persistent shifts in style, technique and subject matter. His vocabulary, which oscillates freely between the figurative and the non-representational, communicates through a symbolism that is more expressive than descriptive.

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Paul Klee's Red Balloon characterizes the artist's persistent shifts in style, technique and subject matter. His vocabulary, which oscillates freely between the figurative and the non-representational, communicates through a symbolism that is more expressive than descriptive.

The artist

Born in Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland, Paul Klee (1879 - 1940) first tried his hand at music, his first vocation. He then turned to painting in 1898, when he began studying art in Munich, a city strongly influenced by post-impressionism. At the same time, he discovered the paintings of Cézanne and Van Gogh. In 1910, he joined the "Blaue Reiter" group, whose members were followers of modern abstract trends, to exhibit his works. Shortly before the First World War, he went to Tunisia and painted numerous watercolors, marked by the local colors. After the war, he was hired as an art teacher at the Bauhaus in Germany, but his work was decried by the Nazis. Seventeen of his paintings were shown in Munich in an exhibition called "Degenerate Art", aimed at discrediting unconventional artists.
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