Paul Klee's basic building block of color was associated by some scholars with a musical note. Klee combined shapes and color to create a harmony similar to a musical composition. His 1929 painting "Orpheus" is reproduced as a serigraph.
Serigraphy is a process in which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens which replicates the unique qualities of the original artwork.
Details of Silkscreen, Klee, Orpheus, 1929 with Walnut Frame
- Dimensions: 21"w 2"d 41"h
- Glazing Material: plexiglass
- Product Origin: made in Ohio
- Item Number: 115057
- Material: walnut See full material details
- Finish: lacquer
- Material Description: Walnut adds timeless depth and character to your room. Even after walnut is harvested and made into furniture, it continues to be a living, breathing material that responds to its environment - it expands and contracts with changes in humidity and also changes color over time as it's exposed to air, sunlight and wear. New walnut starts as a dark chocolate brown and beautifully ages to lighter brown or honey color over time.
- Secondary Material: archival paper
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