A 4-6 years young Paul Klee’s Drawing of a ‘Lady with a Parasol’, Made in 1883-1885


In 1902, fresh from four years of art school in Rome, Klee stumbled upon a stash of his own childhood drawings—including this sketch of a woman clutching an improbably-angled umbrella. He described these works, completed between the ages of three and 10, as “the most significant [I have made] until now.” The Bauhaus teacher would continue to extol the virtues of children’s art throughout his career, going so far as to copy his own son’s sketches into his mature paintings to achieve the unstudied quality he valued so highly.

Children’s drawing of a lady with a parasol, made in 1883-1885 by the 4-6 year old Paul Klee. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

 


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A 4-6 years young Paul Klee’s Drawing of a ‘Lady with a Parasol’, Made in 1883-1885

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