Celebrate our new site and save $15 Get code »

Paul Klee

Paul Klee taught at the Bauhaus School after World War I, and at Dusseldorf Academy (1931), but was dismissed by the Nazis, who termed his work "degenerate." A trip to North Africa in 1914 stimulated Klee to using colors and his work showed a mastery of delicate, dreamlike color harmonies. Klee influenced the budding abstract expressionist movement.