The Crystal Gradation is an art print of an original painting by the painter Paul Klee, 1921. Crystal Gradations, painted in 1921-1923, were clearly the result of his methodical experiment with the theory of color because Klee’s fundamental principle was that the artist does not try ‘to put the naked law into the actual but that the laws should only be underneath so that flowers may grow from them’ is manifestly led by this work.
Between 1921 and 1923 a series of watercolors, demonstrating the glazing method, appear in which the artist, to use his own words ‘tried out the partial color actions we have been discussing one after another. Klee kept exact records in his catalogue of works of the color he used as a starting-point for the gradations. The light red and turquoise green color-effect of Crystal Gradation reminds one of smoky quartz.
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