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Klee

Paul . 1879--1940, Swiss painter and etcher. A founder member of der Blaue Reiter, he subsequently evolved an intensely personal style of unusual fantasy and wit
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Klee, 58, brings more than 30 years of experience in environmental and energy law and policy to her Board post.
The Google Doodle for Tuesday was a homage to Klee's "Rote Brucke (Red Bridge), a 1928 work that transforms the rooftops and arches of a European city into a pattern of shapes rendered in contrasting yet harmonious hues."
The new Kelly Klee online coverage plan allows consumers to see quotes for all their assets, including unlimited cars, homes, collections, and umbrella liability.
Identifying Klee by a single category or school of art--whether cubist, abstract, surrealist, expressionist, or perhaps Dadaist--is simply not possible.
Constructed in 1931, the art deco Klee building was named by the Klee Brothers & Company.
Klee served as Chief Financial Officer of Zenbanx Holding, Inc.
Soon the little building even had a name: the Klee Wyck Cabin, in honor of Canadian artist Emily Carr.
Caption: Left: Paul Klee, Wald-Hexen (Forest Witches), 1938, oil on paper on burlap, 39 x 29 1/8".