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The Plant and Its Enemy-Paul Klee-Framed Art Print

The Plant and Its EnemyBy Paul Klee

$402.99
25" x 32"
Framed Art Print
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About This Piece
The Art
This collotype print was produced in an unknown edition sizebr br This fine art print is produced using the collotype process a meticulous printing process that produces extraordinarily detailed reproductions with unparalleled color depth and range Although collotype printing was replaced by the offset lithography press for commercial printing it is still used by some fine art printers because of its unique ability to capture microscopic detail and tonal gradations

This framed art print features a frame and mat combination individually selected by professional designers to perfectly complement your art. The art print, which displays sharp, vivid images and a high degree of color accuracy, is protected and enhanced by this frame that has been handcrafted in the USA from the finest materials.
Product ID: 22167265330A
The Artist
Swiss painter and graphic artist Paul Klee (1879 – 1940) was one of the most imaginative modern art masters, producing work that spanned an astounding stylistic range. Klee’s small, delicate works are filled with wit and references to dreams, music and poetry, and blended primitive art, Surrealism, Cubism and children's art. Initially creating surreal, satirical pen-and-ink drawings, Klee’s life and art were forever altered when he visited Tunisia and was overwhelmed by its intense light and color. Klee also uses a complex array of signs and symbols drawn from the unconscious, that were meant to fuse abstraction with reality. Klee’s work impacted all 20th century Surrealist and Nonobjective artists, and the budding abstract expressionist movement.