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Klee Clarification Scarf

Klee Clarification Scarf

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Our scarf celebrates a 1932 painting in The Met collection by Paul Klee (German, born Switzerland, 1879-1940). In October 1931, Klee began teaching at the  Düsseldorf  Academy, where his ease in the city reflected his adaptation of a loose, pointillistic style. In Clarification, Klee divided the ground into large areas, then covered the entire surface with thousands of tiny dots in even horizontal rows. 

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