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"During the three years Klee spent studying in Munich he met the pianist Lily Stumpf, who would later become his wife. In 1906 Klee returned to Munich, a center of art and artists at the time, to advance his career as an artist and to marry Stumpf, who already had an active career there. They had a son named Felix Paul a year later.

"For the first five years of their marriage, Klee stayed home and tended to the child and home, while Stumpf continued to teach and perform. Klee did both graphic artwork and painting, but struggled with both, as domestic demands competed with his time.

"In 1910, the designer and illustrator Alfred Kubin visited his studio, encouraged him, and became one of his most significant collectors. Later that year Klee exhibited 55 drawings, watercolors and etchings in three different cities in Switzerland, and in 1911 had his first one-man show in Munich."

https://www.thoughtco.com/paul-klee-biography-4156407

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eleanor_de

Lovely muted colors and nice challenge - thanks, Gayle!

Bommom

Never in a million years would I have guessed Klee. It's fun to hear that you liked the colors, Pat. :-)

patw

I haven't seen a who;e bunch of Klee's but this sure is quite different from those bright colored ones I have seen. I surprised myself by liking these colors as they're combined but, if I owned it, I'd want to mat and frame it in white! Thanks, Gayle.

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