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    Paul Klee
Landscape with Yellow Birds
1923
When Klee visited the Paris surrealism exhibition in 1925, Max Ernst was impressed by his work. His partially morbid motifs appealed to the surrealists. André Breton helped to develop the surrealism and renamed Klee’s 1912 painting Zimmerperspektive mit Einwohnern (Room Perspective with People) to chambre spirit in a catalogue. Critic René Crevel called the artist a “dreamer”, who “releases a swarm of small lyrical louses from mysterious abysses.” Paul Klee’s confidante Will Grohmann argued in the Cahiers d’art that he “stands definitely well solid on his feet. He is by no means a dreamer; he is a modern person, who teaches as a professor at the Bauhaus.” Whereupon Breton, as Joan Miró remembers, was critical of Klee: “Masson and I have both discovered Paul Klee. Paul Éluard and Crevel are also interested in Klee, and they have even visited him. But Breton despises him.”
The art of mentally ill people inspired Klee as well as Kandinsky and Max Ernst, after Hans Prinzhorns book Bildnerei der Geisteskranken (Artistry of the Mentally Ill) was published in 1922. In 1937, some papers from Prinzhorn’s anthology were presented at the National Socialist propaganda exhibition “Entartete Kunst” in Munich, with the purpose of defaming the works of Kirchner, Klee, Nolde and other artists by likening them to the works of the insane.

    Paul Klee

    Landscape with Yellow Birds

    1923

    When Klee visited the Paris surrealism exhibition in 1925, Max Ernst was impressed by his work. His partially morbid motifs appealed to the surrealists. André Breton helped to develop the surrealism and renamed Klee’s 1912 painting Zimmerperspektive mit Einwohnern (Room Perspective with People) to chambre spirit in a catalogue. Critic René Crevel called the artist a “dreamer”, who “releases a swarm of small lyrical louses from mysterious abysses.” Paul Klee’s confidante Will Grohmann argued in the Cahiers d’art that he “stands definitely well solid on his feet. He is by no means a dreamer; he is a modern person, who teaches as a professor at the Bauhaus.” Whereupon Breton, as Joan Miró remembers, was critical of Klee: “Masson and I have both discovered Paul Klee. Paul Éluard and Crevel are also interested in Klee, and they have even visited him. But Breton despises him.”

    The art of mentally ill people inspired Klee as well as Kandinsky and Max Ernst, after Hans Prinzhorns book Bildnerei der Geisteskranken (Artistry of the Mentally Ill) was published in 1922. In 1937, some papers from Prinzhorn’s anthology were presented at the National Socialist propaganda exhibition “Entartete Kunst” in Munich, with the purpose of defaming the works of Kirchner, Klee, Nolde and other artists by likening them to the works of the insane.

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    Akseli Gallen-Kallela

    Lake Keitele | Démasquée

    1905 | 1888

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    #Akseli Gallen-Kallela  #finland painter  #paint  #soumi 

    Tomás Olivar

    Cala de Tamarit | Muelle de Costa | Parcelas de Tuset | Polígono industrial

    2002 | 1990 | 1995 | 1968

    »Pasión del color, vivencia del paisaje

    » Hasta el 30 de Marzo en el MAMT (Museu d’Art Modern de Tarragona)

    — hace 5 meses
    #Tomás Olivar  #Spanish Painter  #Tarragona  #MAMT  #landscape painting 
    "Existo. Es algo tan dulce, tan dulce, tan lento. Y leve; como si se mantuviera solo en el aire. Se mueve. Por todas partes, roces que caen y se desvanecen. Muy suave, muy suave"
    J.P.S.
    — hace 6 meses con 2 notas
    #literatura  #existencialismo  #existentialism  #literature 
    Felix Vallotton
Landscape at sunset
1919

    Felix Vallotton

    Landscape at sunset

    1919

    (Fuente: bofransson)

    — hace 6 meses con 253 notas
    #Felix Vallotton  #landscape painting  #swiss painter  #paint 
    Salvador Dalí
Carreta fantasma | Phantom carriage
1933

    Salvador Dalí

    Carreta fantasma | Phantom carriage

    1933

    — hace 6 meses con 6 notas
    #Spanish painter  #surrealism  #Dali 
    Jean-Jacques Henner
Solitude
1886

    Jean-Jacques Henner

    Solitude

    1886

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    #Henner  #paint  #French Painter 

    Stepan Fedorovich Kolesnikov

    Winter scene | Winter landscape | Mountainous landscape 

    1937 | 1936 | 1930

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    #paint  #Fedorovich  #Kolesnikov  #landscape  #winter  #Russian Painter 
    Martin Kippenberger
Kellner Des…
1991

    Martin Kippenberger

    Kellner Des…

    1991

    — hace 7 meses con 1 nota
    #Kippenberger  #Cruzcampo  #paint 
    Léon Spilliaert
Trees in Black and White
1941

    Léon Spilliaert

    Trees in Black and White

    1941

    (Fuente: dappledwithshadow, vía snowce)

    — hace 8 meses con 254 notas
    #Léon Spilliaert 
    David Cupp
Kuwait
1969

    David Cupp

    Kuwait

    1969

    (Fuente: natgeofound, vía nevver)

    — hace 9 meses con 15636 notas
    #david cupp  #kuwait