Palace Partially Destroyed

Palace Partially Destroyed

1926
Artist
Paul Klee, Swiss, 1879-1940
Born: Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland
Work Locations: Switzerland
Country
Switzerland
painting, watercolor
Watercolor and ink on paper
The Charles Francis Hendrie Memorial Collection
1966.170

Paul Klee
Palace Partially Destroyed, 1926
Ink on paper
The Charles Francis Hendrie Memorial Collection, 1966.170

Dimensions
frame height: 30 in, 76.2000 cm; frame width: 22 1/4 in, 56.5150 cm; frame depth: 1 1/2 in, 3.8100 cm; image height: 20 in, 50.8000 cm; image width: 13 in, 33.0200 cm
Edition
VIII
Inscription
"Klee" TR
Department
Modern and Contemporary Art
Collection
Modern and Contemporary Art
Paul Klee Palace Partially Destroyed painting 1926 Watercolor and ink on paper 30 x 22 1/4 inches framed The Charles Francis Hendrie Memorial Collection 1966.170
Exhibition History
  • "Paul Klee"--Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1930
  • "Klee-Calder"--Cincinnati Modern Art Society, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1942
  • "Tenth Anniversary Exhibition"--Cincinnati Modern Art Society, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1949
  • "10 x 10 (Ten Directions by Ten Artists)"--Denver Art Museum, 1954
  • "Klee and America"--Phillips Collection, Menil Collection, 2006
  • "Drawing Inward: German Surrealist Richard Oelze"--Colorado State University, University Art Museum, 2010
  • "Islamophilia: Islamic Art, Europe, and Modernity"--Musee des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, 2011.

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