This lively work is an archival giclée reproduction of a 1916 watercolor by Swiss-born German artist Paul Klee, divided into two framed sections. The Italian wood frames have an elegant silver finish that complements the work.
Along with friend and fellow artist Vasily Kandinsky, Klee was a member of "Der Blaue Reiter" (The Blue Rider), a movement that sought to express spirituality through art. A 1914 trip to Tunisia profoundly influenced Klee's work, which subsequently took on a highly personal tone. Klee's abstractions often feature expressive color and symbols.