Harmony of Squares Art Shirt

$36.95 Regular price $44.95
Type: Art Gifts
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Limited Edition Breeke Art Shirt Featuring Harmony of Squares by Paul Klee

All Season 3/4 Sleeve Shirt

Flattering Scoop Neck

Slightly Fitted Style

65% Polyester / 35% Cotton

Medium Weight Knit Fabric

Paul Klee Print on Front, Back & Sleeves.

Art Shirts Sizing Info:

• Small: 32" - 34" Bust - 23" Long

• Medium: 34" - 36" Bust - 24" Long

• Large: 38" - 40" Bust - 25" Long

• X-Large: 42" - 44" Bust - 27" Long

• XX-Large: 46" - 48" Bust - 29" Long

Note: Our Breeke art shirts are slightly fitted and taper at the waist. Please order a size larger than you normally wear if you want a looser fit.

This abstract art shirt is a unique art gift idea for yourself or someone who loves art! It features the Paul Klee's 1924 painting "Abstract Colour Harmony in Squares with Vermillion Accents". The rich abstract print has been hand silk-screened creating an individualized garment - no two are exactly alike! The scoop neck and slightly fitted cut of this art top is flattering and the ultra soft poly/cotton knit fabric is a joy to wear!

This art shirt will be tissue wrapped - Gift Options available.

Recommended Care: Hand wash or Machine wash this art shirt on Gentle. Cold Water - Mild Detergent - No Bleach. Hang Dry.

About Artist Paul Klee Paul Klee was born in 1879. He was a Swiss/German who as a child he was gifted musically playing the violin when he was 8. As a teenager his interest in art developed and at 16 his landscape drawings already showed great promise. In 1928 he began studying art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and earned his degree. He primarily worked in black and white until he became associated with other artists including Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc. What evolved was a highly individual style which was influenced by art movements which included Expressionism, Cubism, and Surrealism. He is considered a master of color theory and both he and his colleague, Wassily Kandinsky, taught at the Bauhaus school of art, design and architecture. He is credited with producing over 9000 works.