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Seeing Below the Surface
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 1. His name is pronounced Paul “Clay.” 2. He was born in 1879 in Switzerland, a country in Europe. 3. He painted between the years 1900 and 1940.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 4. His father was a music teacher. 5. His mother was an artist. 6. Paul Klee was a good musician, writer and teacher.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 7. Paul Klee studied art in Germany. 8. He learned to draw with line, shape and color. 9. He used all his talents to make a famous kind of modern art.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts
10. He realized that a painting did not have to look like a realistic copy of something to make good artwork. 11. This type of art is known as abstract art.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts REALISTIC Rose Garden
Paul Klee: Fish Facts ABSTRACT Rose Garden
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 12. The objects in abstract art look different from the way they look in real life.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Mountain Landscape Mountain landscape
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 13. Some of Klee’s paintings look like they were done by a child. 14. Many of Paul Klee’s paintings are just colors and shapes.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Moonrise over St. Germain
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 15. He worked hard to learn about drawing with lines. Dancing Girl
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 16. Klee used chalk, paste, watercolors, and crayons in his paintings. 17. He loved to use beautiful colors.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Kreuze und SaulenFlowers in Stone Ebene Landschaft
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 18. He used his imagination to paint clowns, gardens, beasts and other fanciful things. 19. Klee liked to use fun titles to name his paintings.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Magic Garden Arrival of Marie Head of Man
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 20. Paul Klee wanted his paintings to give you a special feeling. 21. Klee gave some of his paintings a musical rhythm. 22. He listened to Mozart’s music while he painted.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 23. Klee worked slowly. Sometimes he sat for hours before painting. 24. Sometimes he worked on six paintings at once. 25. He taught himself to paint with both hands.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 26. Klee created almost 9,000 paintings in his lifetime.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Cat and Bird Red Balloon Efflorescence
Paul Klee: Fish Facts 27. Paul Klee became an art teacher at Germany’s best art school.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Why Fish Facts?
Paul Klee: Fish Facts “Learn to look beyond the surface and get to the root of things.” Paul Klee painted what he saw in his imagination.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Under the Sea The Golden Fish
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Fish Magic Around the Fish
Paul Klee: Fish Facts The featured painting. The Seafarer or Sinbad the Sailor
Paul Klee: Fish Facts The Seafarer Paul Klee based this painting on an opera he saw. The character, Sinbad the Sailor is goofy and clownish.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Notice: the squares in the middle. Klee called these “magic squares.” the shading of blue spread over the squares the light area in the middle of the painting
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Notice: the contrast of the bright red with the dark the silly shapes and patterns of the fish the person and the fish look the same in pattern and color
Paul Klee: Fish Facts The Project Paul Klee said: “A line is a dot that went for a walk.”
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Use a black marker and take your line for a walk across the grid paper. v vvv vv
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Shade in some of your squares to help color in your line drawing.
Paul Klee: Fish Facts Fill in the rest of your picture with color that helps define and show what your drawing is. Now you have a Klee-esque MASTERPIECE!
Paul Klee: Fish Facts
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