Parastone - Klee, Sound, Dragon, Rose Garden set of 3 ceramic tealights
Klee, Sound; Dragon and Rose Garden set of three ceramic tealights
A set of three ceramic tea light candle holders with three of Klee's paintings, Sound, Dragon and Rose Garden printed in colour around the surface. These tealights are part of the Parastone Museum collection with each set beautifully boxed and containing an information sheet. These high quality ceramic tea light sets by Parastone make beautiful gifts.
Paul Klee travelled to Munich to study at the art school there. He became friends with Kandinsky and joined Der Blaue Reiter. During a long journey through Tunisia in 1914 he arrived at the insight that colour and composition were more important to him than form and from that moment on his work became more abstract. He was very productive during his years as a lecturer at the world-famous Bauhaus. In 1933 his work was declared 'entartet' and he returned to Bern, disillusioned.
height: 14.5 cm; 11cm 8 cm. / diameter 5cm
set of 3