Temple Gardens  Paul Klee (alemán (nacido en Suiza), Münchenbuchsee 1879-1940 Muralto-Locarno)  Fecha: 1920 Medio: Gouache y trazas de tinta sobre el papel Dimensiones: H. 7-1/4, 10-1/4 pulg W. (18,4 x 26,7 cm) Clasificación: Dibujos Línea de crédito: La Colección Berggruen Klee, 1987

design-is-fine: “Paul Klee, Temple Gardens, Tempelgärten, Gouache and ink on paper. The Berggruen Klee Collection, Metropolitan Museum. Via wiki commons ”

Harmony Bells: Like the bells that have rung in Tibetan monasteries for thousands of years, this trio of Asian-inspired harmony bells help create an atmosphere of peace and tranquility. Set of 3 bells are cast of metal and have wooden clappers inside each for a gentle ring when rung by hand or the play of the wind. Each hangs on a jute cord. Bells measure from 7 3/4"H to 4"H. $15.99

Harmony Church Temple Garden Bells - These look nice, different from typical "wind chimes".

Paul Klee (1879–1940): "Color possesses me" ~ Blog of an Art Admirer

Paul and Lily Klee, Bern, 1935 Paul Klee was born in Münchenbuchsee near Bern. His father, Hans Klee and his mother Ida Maria Frick were mu.

Kyoto temple garden "jizo" statues かわゆいお地蔵さま | by mizuk@

Kyoto temple garden "jizo" statues かわゆいお地蔵さま | by mizuk@

Plucking the Red and White Roses in the Old Temple Gardens. By Henry Albert Patne (c.1910) Earl of Somerset (right) challenged by Richard Plantagenet, later Duke of York; supposed origin of the Wars of the Roses; Richard Duke of York (1411-60); Edmund Duke of Somerset (1406-55)

Plucking the Red and White Roses in the Old Temple Gardens. By Henry Albert Patne (c.1910) Earl of Somerset (right) challenged by Richard Plantagenet, later Duke of York; supposed origin of the Wars of the Roses; Richard Duke of York (1411-60); Edmund Duke of Somerset (1406-55)

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