Paul Klee was a leading figure in European Modernism, and his acclaim at home was quickly matched in the United States, where both private collectors and major museums sought out his work. "Klee and America" explores the reasons for that enthusiastic reception, especially during the 1930s and 1940s, while the artist was being targeted in Hitler's campaign against "Entartete Kunst" (degenerate art). Just as the European market for Klee's work was collapsing, American patrons and curators were gobbling it up. And after he had ...

Klee and America 2006, Hatje Cantz

ISBN-13: 9783775717236

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