Galloping Horses
1912
Paul Klee (Swiss, 1879-1940)
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Details

  • Artist Name: Paul Klee (Swiss, 1879-1940)
  • Title: Galloping Horses
  • Date: 1912
  • Medium: India ink on wove paper, mounted on cardboard
  • Dimensions: sheet: 5-3/8 x 9-7/8 in. (13.7 x 25.1 cm); mount: 6 x 10-1/2 in. (15.2 x 26.7 cm)
  • Credit Line: Norton Simon Museum, The Blue Four Galka Scheyer Collection
  • Accession Number: P.1953.028
  • Copyright: ¬© Norton Simon Museum

Object Information

Thirty European Modernists

  • Oakland Art Gallery, 1928-01-04 to 1928-01-29

European Modernists

  • Los Angeles, California School of Fine Arts, 1927-04 to ?-

Paul Klee Memorial Exhibition [organized by MOMA]

  • San Francisco Museum of Art, 1941-04-14 to 1941-05-05

Paul Klee: Fifty Paintings, Drawings and Prints from the Galka E. Scheyer Collection

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1959-10-24 to 1959-12-06
  • Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, University Gallery, 1960-01-04 to 1960-02-08
  • Minneapolis, Walker Art Center, 1960-03 to 1960-04

The Art of Paul Klee

  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1960-04-12 to 1960-05-08

Paul Klee: An Exhibition from the Galka E. Scheyer Collection of the Pasadena Art Museum

  • University of California, Berkeley Art Museum, 1962-05-03 to 1962-05-27

30 Years of Painting, Water Colors, Drawings and Lithographs by Paul Klee

  • Modern Institute of Art (Beverly Hills, California), 1948-09-03 to 1948-10-06

The Klee Universe

  • Neue Nationalgalerie, 2008-10-31 to 2009-02-08

Learning to Look: Line

  • Norton Simon Museum, 2003-11-07 to 2004-02-23

Paul Klee

  • Norton Simon Museum, 1986-06-05 to 1987-06-28

The Blue Four-Galka Scheyer Collection From The Norton Simon Museum

  • Henry Art Gallery, 1997-07-17 to 1997-10-05

Bauhaus Painters; Spirit of Modernism: Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Lyonel Feininger, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, El Lissitzky, Oskar Schlemmer, Alexander Archipenko, Alexei Jawlensky and Others

  • Seoul, Ho-Am Art Museum, 1996-02-08 to 1996-04-28

My Four Kings: Galka Scheyer and the Blue Four

  • Norton Simon Museum, 2002-12-13 to 2003-04-14

The Spirit of Modernism: Galka Scheyer in the New World

  • Norton Simon Museum, 1994-11-17 to 1996-01-14
  • Farrell, John, Pasadena Star News, p. 24
  • Huggler, Max, The Drawings of Paul Klee, 1965, p. 18
  • The Blue Four Galka Scheyer Collection, Norton Simon Museum of Art at Pasadena, 1976, no. 293 p. 124
  • Klee, Paul, Briefe an die Familie, 1979, p. 776
  • Tower, Beeke Sell, Kandinsky and Klee in Munich and at the Bauhaus, 1981, fig. 9 p. 50
  • Paul Klee Catalogue Raisonn√©, Volume 1, 1883-1912, 1998, no. 797
  • Barnett, Vivian Endicott, The Blue Four Collection at the Norton Simon Museum, 2002, no. 299 p. 262

Additional Artwork by Artist

Absorption Paul Klee 1919
Arabian Bride Paul Klee 1924
First Drawing for "Specter of a Genius" Paul Klee 1922

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