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Paul Klee | Tale a la Hoffmann, 1921 | Klee loved the tales of the German poet and writer E. T. A. Hoffmann (1776–1822), who was nicknamed "Ghost Hoffmann" in his own country. Tale à la Hoffmann appears to be loosely based on the poet's best-known lyrical tale, The Golden Pot (1814), a magical story that switches back and forth between high fantasy and everyday life in Dresden.

Adam and Little Eve, 1921 Paul Klee (German, 1879–1940) Watercolor and transferred printing ink on paper

Auguste Macke, Kairuoan I, 1914. Watercolor.

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Monumentos de G. Paul Klee (alemán (nacido en Suiza), Münchenbuchsee 1879-1940 Muralto-Locarno) Fecha: 1929 Medio: Yeso y acuarela sobre lienzo Dimensiones: H. 27-3/8, 19-3/4 pulgadas (W. 69,5 x 50,2 cm.) Clasificación: Pinturas Línea de crédito: La Colección Berggruen Klee, 1984

August Macke (German, 1887 - 1914) - Kairouan III (Tunisia), 1914 watercolor over pencil on paper

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