Paul Klee: The Nature of Creation, Works 1914-1940

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Hayward Gallery, 2002 - Art - 204 pages
This study explores diversity as the mainspring of Klee's creative practice. Drawing on Klee's own classifications for his work, along with those of distinguished Klee scholars, the book traces the development of the artist's rich visual language not as a single line of enquiry, but as a series of movements, counter-movements and interconnections.

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"I cannot be pinned down here and now because I live as well with the dead as with the unborn. Somewhat closer to the heart of creation than usual, And still not close enough." Klee's tombstone ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Robert Kudielka is professor of aesthetics and philosophy of art at Berlin's University of the Arts

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