Drawing for “Dr. Bartolo”


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Weight1 kg

The Drawings of Paul Klee


lithograph / paper






23.4 x 28.4 cm, passe-partout 24 x 30 cm


from the album "Klee"

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The featured print belongs to the second edition of lithographs from the portfolio The Drawings of Paul Klee, which were printed based on the Artist’s drawings. Each of the works on the back is labeled with a number, title, year the drawing was created, technique and dimensions. This edition was published in the summer of 1945 in an edition of 650 copies. by the Meriden Gravure Company publishing house in Meriden, Connecticut, U.S.A. The featured print is from a portfolio numbered 191.

On the reverse of #2, title “Drawing for “Dr.. Bartolo”, pen drawing technique, year 1921, dimensions 7 3/8 x 11 1/8 inches,on the back of the binding a copy of the text from the portfolio describing the origin of the work and the portfolio number 191, condition of the work: good, due to age the paper is naturally yellowed, binding: cream-colored passe-partout trimmed to a standard frame size of 24x30cm.

Paul Klee

Paul Klee was born on December 18, 1879 in Münchenbuchsee near Bern, and died on June 29, 1940 in Muralto. Swiss-German painter.
He came from a musical family – his father Hans Klee was a music teacher at a teachers’ seminary near Bern. In his early years, Paul wanted to become a musician, but eventually went on to study at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. However, he decided that they were not very developing for him and, accompanied by one of his friends, decided to start educating himself on his own, mainly by gathering experience by participating in numerous trips.

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