Paul Klee (1879-1940) was a German and Swiss painter whose unique style was influenced by expressionism, cubism, and surrealism art movements. Much of his art work is difficult to classify in any one style. He was a teacher at the German Bauhaus school of art, design, and architecture early in his career, and later at the Düsseldorf Academy. Paul was a talented musician and played violin throughout his life. His vast experiments with color palettes and geometric forms influenced most of his art works. Our pattern collection contains many well known pieces from his vast legacy of art. Included are Death and Fire, Red Balloon, Twittering Machine, Crystal Graduation, Sign in Yellow, The Prisoner, Fortress and Sun. Conqueror, Heroic Roses, Senecio, Castle and Sun, Black Columns on a Landscape, and Southern Tunisian Gardens.