Klee - Bilder auf der Albertina- Seite

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Paul Klee - Angelus Novus

 

  

Paul Klee, Wiki

 

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 Commons: Paul Klee – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien
  Wikiquote: Paul Klee – Zitate
 Wikisource: Paul Klee – Quellen und Volltexte

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  • Paul Klee – Die blaue Glut. Dokumentation, 45 Min., ein Film von Birgitta Ashoff, Produktion: BR-alpha, Erstsendung: 11. April 2004, mit Renzo Piano (Architekt des Paul-Klee-Zentrums in Bern), Pierre BoulezHeinz Berggruen und Ernst Beyeler
  • Paul Klee. Die Stille des Engels. Dokumentarfilm, Frankreich 2005, 52 Min., ein Film von Michael Gaumnitz, Erstsendung: 17. Juni 2005[128]
  • Die Tunisreise. Auf den Spuren von Paul Klee. Dokumentation, 76 Min., ein Film von Bruno Moll, Schweiz 2007[129]
  • Paul Klee: Im Licht von Kairouan. Eine Zeitreise in Bildern 1900–1920. Filmessay von Bernt Engelmann und Gisela Wunderlich, 90 Min., München 2014[130]

Michael Gaumnitz : Paul Klee The Silence of the Angel (2005)

 

Paul Klee Art Documentary. Episode 13 Artists of the 20th Century

 

 

Paul Klee - Thema - YouTube

Paul Klee - Thema

 

Schöpferische Konfession: Paul Klee

Paul KleeSchöpferische Konfession. In: Tribüne der Kunst und der Zeit. Eine Schriftensammlung, Band XIII, S. 28–40. Erich Reiss Verlag, Berlin 1920,

"Kunst gibt nicht das Sichtbare wieder, sondern macht sichtbar. "

 

 

Ueber das Licht. Von Robert Delaunay

übers. Klee  in: Der Sturm 1/1913

 

 Paul Klee: Gedichte

 

Paul Klee Notebooks, vol. 1: The Thinking Eye (1956–) & vol. 2: The Nature of Nature (1970–)

22 December 2013, dusan


Paul Klee Notebooks is a two-volume work by Paul Klee that collects his lectures at the Bauhaus schools in 1920s Germany and his other main essays on modern art. These works are considered so important for understanding modern art that they are compared to the importance that Leonardo’s A Treatise on Painting had for Renaissance; Herbert Read called the collection “the most complete presentation of the principles of design ever made by a modern artist – it constitutes the Principia Aesthetica of a new era of art, in which Klee occupies a position comparable to Newton’s in the realm of physics.”

The final work was edited by Swiss artist Jürg Spiller. In an earlier 1925 shorter book, Pedagogical Sketchbook, Klee published a condensation of his lectures at the Weimar Bauhaus. (from Wikipedia)

Volume 1
First published as Das bildnerische Denken, Schwabe & Co., Basel, 1956
Translated by Ralph Manheim
Edited by Jürg Spiller
Publisher Lund Humphries, London, 1961
541 pages
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Volume 2
First published as Unendliche Naturgeschichte, Schwabe & Co., Basel, 1970
Translated by Heinz Norden
Edited by Jürg Spiller
Publisher Lund Humphries, London, 1973
454 pages
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Volume 1: The Thinking Eye (23 MB, no OCR, updated on 2013-12-23, trimmed version via kinter)
Volume 2: The Nature of Nature (43 MB, no OCR, updated on 2013-12-23, trimmed version via kinter)

See also Klee’s class notes in manuscript and his Pedagogical Sketchbook.

Über die moderne Kunst 

January 1924

 

 

Über die moderne Kunst,

1945, Verlag Benteli, Bern

 

On Modern Art

English edition
With an Introduction by Herbert Read
Translated by Paul Findlay
Publisher Faber and Faber, London, 1948
56 pages