A brilliant reproduction of the 1916 work by Swiss-born German artist Paul Klee. 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. This archival giclée print is set in a handsome Italian wood frame finished in black.