May Picture (1925) – Paul Klee


“May Picture” by Paul Klee, painted in 1925, is a remarkable display of abstract color composition, featuring a mosaic of multicolored squares arranged in a grid. Each square, painted in a different hue, collectively forms a vibrant, textured tapestry that might evoke the blossoming diversity of spring. This piece showcases Klee’s fascination with color theory and his skill in using color to manipulate space and mood. The artwork invites viewers to interpret each segment, pondering the interconnectedness of color, emotion, and visual perception.

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Museum-quality prints

Museum-quality prints made on thick matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these prints that are sure to brighten any environment.

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 189 g/m²
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%
• Paper is sourced from Japan

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Springtime Symphony: Celebrate Vibrancy with May Picture

“May Picture” by Paul Klee, painted in 1925, is an explosion of springtime colors and forms that captures the essence of renewal and vitality. This masterpiece artfully combines elements of nature and abstraction to depict the lively, rejuvenating spirit of May. It’s perfect for art lovers who appreciate works that blend natural beauty with avant-garde techniques, offering a fresh perspective with every view.

Legacy of Innovation: A Key Piece of Bauhaus Art

As a significant figure in the Bauhaus movement, Paul Klee’s “May Picture” exemplifies his influence on early 20th-century art. This painting is a testament to his experimental approach to form, color, and composition, making it an essential acquisition for those interested in the pivotal moments of art history. It reflects the innovative spirit that defined Klee’s career and the Bauhaus ethos of integrating art into everyday life.

Transformative Decor: Art That Inspires and Elevates

Incorporate “May Picture” into your living space or office to transform any area into a vibrant, inspiring setting. Ideal for those who seek to create an environment that stimulates creativity and conversation, this painting adjusts to both contemporary and classic interiors. It invites viewers to interpret its myriad forms and colors, making it a dynamic focal point that enhances the aesthetic appeal of any room.






Living room, Bedroom, Kitchen, Study, Hallway


Cubism, Expressionism


Bauhaus, Geometric

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