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  • Paul Klee's "Angelus Novus," from 1920, took one of the stranger roads to the exhibition.

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  • Matisse Red Harmony and his Dance are A+, s, yet works like Klee's are great also.

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  • A year before Danish painter Asger Jorn founded the Cobra art group an acronym for Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam in 1948, he published a manifesto proclaiming a return to the basics of art, accompanied by a reproduction of Paul Klee's pictogram "The Snake Goddess and Her Foe."

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  • Cobra artists, aware of Klee's work since their youth, rediscovered his child-like simplicity and applied it to their post-war world.

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  • Klee's findings could complicate Tribune's efforts to win court approval of its reorganization plan in a hearing next month.

    Tribune Buyout Brought Misconduct, Examiner Reports

  • While Klee's report may raise new problems, Tribune resolved another potentially thorny issue by cutting nearly $20 million from a proposed management bonus plan.

    Tribune Buyout Brought Misconduct, Examiner Reports

  • Tribune spokesman Gary Weitman declined to comment late Monday, saying the company needed more time to review Klee's report.

    Tribune Buyout Brought Misconduct, Examiner Reports

  • Klee's misgivings about the buyout center on the so-called "second step" of the buyout financing that ushered in another $3.6 billion in debt.

    Tribune Buyout Brought Misconduct, Examiner Reports

  • Lidstrom's shot from the point went in off Coyotes defenseman Ken Klee's stick.

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  • When goalie Steve Mason dropped Ken Klee's shot in the slot, Reinprecht converted the rebound at 10: 23 for his eighth goal.

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