Paul Klee on Modern Art
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Originally the basis for a lecture at a museum opening in 1924, this short treatise was written while Paul Klee was teaching at the Bauhaus. Writing almost in note form, and in reference to his own work, he analyses the creative process (‘a glimpse of the painter’s workshop’), the relationship of art and nature, and line, tone value and colour. The essay is presented here with an introduction by Herbert Read and around 20 drawings by Klee.