Paul Klee "Structural I" Necktie
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. This tie represents Klee's Structural I (gouache on cardboard, bordered in ink) in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
100% silk. Dry clean only. 56½ inches long (143.5 cm). 3¼ inches (8.25 cm) wide at its widest point.