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The technique that Paul Klee used to make highroads and byroads is expressionism.

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paul klee painted 304 painting i have 221 of them


often trees and portraits



It is not known why Paul Klee decided to paint Fish Magic. Fish Magic was painted in 1925 and is one of Paul's most known works.



In 1940, the year of his death.



Lovely artwork, often with paint!


Sometimes watercolor, sometimes oil paint.



Klee has been variously associated with Expressionism, Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, and Abstraction, but his pictures are difficult to classify. He interpreted new art trends in his own way. He was very constructive in his methods and technique. He used different shades of colour while he also used lots of contrast. Drawings and colourful paintings, many of them humourous.


Like many artists, Klee worked in many different media (the term artists use for their materials). He used oil paints, watercolor, ink, pastels, and etching, often combining different media in the same work. He also used non-traditional media such as canvas, foil, fabric, wallpaper and newspaper in mixed-media collages. Klee used not only brushes to paint but also spray paint and knives to apply paint to canvas. He had a great natural talent for drawing and was also an expert in the use of color.



Victor Klee died in 2007.


Victor Klee was born in 1925.


Bernhard Klee was born in 1936.


Ernst Klee was born in 1942.


Heinrich Klee was born in 1800.


Heinrich Klee died in 1840.


Klee Benally was born in 1975.


There is usually one and the same answer to those questions 'Why did XXX become an artist?' Because they felt they had the talent and the urge. It is as simple as that!


Klee suffered from a wasting disease, scleroderma.


It is pronounced "Pow-l Clay".


Paul Klee was born on December 18, 1879.


Klee-shay.From the French, the pronunciation is klee-SHAY (overused).



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