Born into a family of musicians, Paul Klee initally considered pursuing music before turning to the visual arts. His art, permeated with musical analogies, often employs color rectangles as building blocks comparable to individual music notes, carefully arranged in a grid pattern to produce an overall theme or melody. Klee's titles themselves often make explicit his belief in the essential relationship between music and art, such as New Harmony
,1936, reproduced here on a watch.
Plastic band and casing.
1 1/3" diameter face.
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