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Klee "Clarification" Scarf

A prolific artist, writer, and teacher, Paul Klee (German, born in Switzerland, 1879 - 1940) was a distinctive force in twentieth century art. He made playful, inventive works characterized by a highly individual style of abstracted forms and symbols.  In October 1931, Klee began teaching at the Düsseldorf Academy, where his ease in the city reflected his adaptation of a loose, pointillistic style. In Clarification, Klee divided the ground into large areas, then covered the entire surface with thousands of tiny dots in even horizontal rows. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection. 100% cotton. Dry clean only. 74 × 21 inches (187.9 × 53.3 cm)