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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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Soon the little building even had a name: the Klee Wyck Cabin, in honor of Canadian artist Emily Carr.
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Benjamin y Klee son dos destacados intelectuales del siglo XX que nunca se conocieron personalmente y que tuvieron de cierta manera destinos similares, aunque Benjamin naciera trece anos mas tarde que Klee.
Klee was more ingenious in handling oil paint than most 20th-century artists, and he was especially a master of surface and textural variety, as well as of mixing very different media.
Klee said medical staff had slowly reduced Ryder's medication on Saturday to allow him to become more responsive.
Preocupado inicialmente por el dominio de la tecnica, toda la primera actividad artistica de Klee esta dedicada al dibujo y al grabado, en los que consigue unas cuantas obras maestras coronadas con sus ilustraciones del Candido, de Voltaire.
Skimping on sugars certainly could make a difference in flavor, says Klee, who routinely does taste tests in his lab.
Klee said Ryder will try his best to overcome the issues.
The author in the choice of paintings like High Spirits has also beautifully reflected the small battles won against his disease by Paul Klee.
The Zentrum Paul Klee presents the world's most important collection of works by Paul Klee.
The report from Kenneth Klee, a Los Angeles bankruptcy lawyer and UCLA law professor, doesn't give credence to all the allegations made by Tribune Co.
An exhibition in Switzerland has brought together the genius of modern art contemporaries Pablo Picasso and Paul Klee with an added twist: the first meeting of their two heirs.