Price: 25.00 USD
New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1953. Gray cloth. No jacket. 64 pp. Small black and white diagrams and drawings throughout. Layout by L. Moholy Nagy. A work by German artist Paul Klee, originally written for the Bauhaus School, and outlining Klee's ideas on art, nature and man, and their intersection Klee explores the transformation of dot to line to movement, using allusions and allegory to elucidate his ideas on symbolism and art in the representation of nature GOOD condition. Minor to moderate uneven toning to the covers. Minor soiling. Cloth scuffed at the corners and hinges. Light toning to the text block. Good.