American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Klee, Paul 1879-1940. Swiss artist who combined his expert use of line and color and his theories of abstract art to produce works of whimsy and innocence.
- n. Swiss painter influenced by Kandinsky (1879-1940)
“Klee is a steady, experienced defenseman who will add stability to a Devils blue line that lost Scott Niedermayer (free agent) and Scott Stevens (retirement) and had failed free-agent signings in Vladimir Malakhov and Dan McGillis.”
“The New Jersey Devils acquired veteran defenseman Ken Klee from the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday in a trade for minor league forward Aleksander Suglobov.”
“The indicator vector approach generates correlation matrices, dubbed Klee diagrams, which represent a novel way of assembling and viewing large genomic datasets.”
“With 250 exhibits by 180 artists, writers, film-makers, architects, and composers, almost all Irish born (except key Europeans such as Klee and Picasso), the exhibition looks persuasive: Irish modernism has a convincing parallel with European innovations, albeit with added local tradition and myth.”
“Diego Miguel [pt] remembers that 55 years ago, Bienal de São Paulo brought to Brazil artists who were at the cutting edge of contemporary art, such as Klee,”
“MGM was advised by law firms Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & Stern, with investment bank Moelis & Co.”
“A diary Taylor-made for art loversIn a hostile, dumbed-down marketplace, who would dare to publish a book that celebrated Magritte, Matisse, Braque, Klee, Fontana and Frida Kahlo and then, even more outre, to publish this scrapbook as a diary?”
“When a storefront opened up around the corner from his restaurant Klee Brasserie on Ninth Avenue and 22nd Street in Chelsea, Brats was born.”
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal Though his repertoire at Klee Brasserie boasts mostly high-end, poetic European-style dishes, Mr. Angerer said he didn't want to limit himself in terms of what he could create.”
“Malaga art "Toys of the Avant-Garde" exhibits puppets, dolls, games and furniture created by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Giacomo Balla, Marcel Duchamp, Alexandra Exter, Paul Klee, Joan Mir ó, Alexander Rodchenko and Oskar Schlemmer.”
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