Paul Klee Rich Harbour Swing Art Top
Show your artistic style in this Museum Art Top with Breeke's Paul Klee Rich Harbour Art Swing - Wear as a Shirt or Jacket
- Paul Klee Art on both the Front & Back in Reverse.
- 29" long
- Deep Side Pockets
- 100% Polyester
- Machine Wash & Dry on Low Temp or Hang Dry.
Swing Art Top Sizes:
Our Paul Klee Museum Art Top by Breeke features a graphic work executed by Klee in 1938 with bold lines and many lovely colors. This colorful art top can be worn as a shirt or jacket and is made from 100% Polyester fabric with a soft feel and subtle drape. It has an over-sized banded collar, banded 3/4 length sleeves, deep side seam pockets, a flared hem, and full button front. This swing art top is super versatile, it can be worn as a shirt or a jacket and the size range will allow for a shirt or sweater to be worn underneath! Other Paul Klee gifts and jewelry are available.
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.