Was fehlt ihm? (What's the matter with him?), 1930 By Paul Klee
Known for his unique pictorial language and innovative teachings at the Bauhaus, Paul Klee had far-reaching influence on 20th century modernism.
Klee admired childrens art, wanting his own style to be similarly unaffected. His dream - like pictures made him popular with the Surrealists, however he never officially became one. Klee's work can be humorous, his fantastic drawn subjects conveying a playful sense of absurdity.
Was fehlt ihm? (What's the matter with him?), drawn in 1930 By Paul Klee
H: 30cm x W: 24cm
From a loose portfolio of lithographs printed in Germany, early 1940's
Freshly framed in a gold