Paul Klee was a famous artist who drew in his own individual style. When he was a child, he sketched landscapes and caricatures with impressive details. His creations were famous for the ones based on various artistic movements like cubism, expressionism and surrealism. He used and combined media, surfaces and techniques in a single artwork to create amazing view. This great artist was a child of a German music teacher and a Swiss singer, born in Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland on 18 December, 1879. He completed a record 1,239 works in 1939. That was considered as his peak though he went through a hard time back then.
To celebrate Klee’s 139th birthday, Google is paying homage to the artist’s unique style with a Doodle reminiscent of Klee’s Rote Brücke which uses a pattern of special shapes and hues to represent the rooftops & arches of a European city. Klee never stopped painting with his increasing creativity, creating a large number of amazing works every year. Let’s say happy birthday to Paul Klee with Google.
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan & last updated on December 18, 2018 3:20 am