Kunst

Das Bildmaterial auf den Webseiten dieses Lehrstuhles illustriert die Forschung und Lehre der Mitarbeiter.
Ob Ausschnitte aus Werken von ♦♦ Kandinsky und ♦♦ Klee dies in unserem Fall tun, mag jeder für sich entscheiden. Immerhin ist die Bildende Kunst genau wie Algebra und Geometrie als Methode entstanden, die Strukturen und Objekte der Natur abzubilden. Die Entwicklung führte dann zu zunehmender Abstraktion und Sublimation.  Das menschliche Bedürfnis zu Denken und die Freude am Schönen wurden zum vorrangigen Ziel der Theorie, und dies gilt in gleicher Weise für meine Forschung.

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Klee Übersicht © Daderot Klee Übersicht © Daderot
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Wassily Kandinsky  Artworks
(1866greg. – 1944) 
russischer Maler, Grafiker und Kunsttheoretiker
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'Picture with Three Spots'
'Delicate Tension'
'In the Bright Oval'
'Around the Line

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Klee Übersicht © Daderot Klee Übersicht © Daderot
Klee Übersicht

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Paul Ernst Klee Artworks
(1879 – 1940) 
deutscher Maler und Grafiker
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Revolving House (1921)
Abstraction with Reference to a
   Flowering Tree
(1925)
Omega 5 (Traps) (1927)
Efflorescence (1937)
The Way to the Citadel (1937)
Young Moe (1938)

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Picture with Three Spots by Wassily Kandinsky, 1914 © Daderot Picture with Three Spots by Wassily Kandinsky, 1914 © Daderot
Picture with Three Spots by Wassily Kandinsky, 1914

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Wassily Kandinsky
Picture with Three Spots (1914)
Öl auf Leinen
121 x 111 cm
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Madrid

Delicate Tension by Wassily Kandinsky, 1923 © Daderot Delicate Tension by Wassily Kandinsky, 1923 © Daderot
Delicate Tension by Wassily Kandinsky, 1923

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Wassily Kandinsky
Delicate Tension (1923)
Aquarell
35.5 x 25 cm
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Madrid

In the Bright Oval by Wassily Kandinsky, 1925 © Daderot In the Bright Oval by Wassily Kandinsky, 1925 © Daderot
In the Bright Oval by Wassily Kandinsky, 1925

© Daderot

Wassily Kandinsky
In the Bright Oval (1925)
Öl auf Leinen
73 x 59 cm
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Madrid

Around the Line by Wassily Kandinsky, 1943 © Daderot Around the Line by Wassily Kandinsky, 1943 © Daderot
Around the Line by Wassily Kandinsky, 1943

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Wassily Kandinsky
Around the Line (1943)
Öl auf Leinen
42 x 57.8 cm
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Madrid

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Revolving House by Paul Klee, 1921 © Daderot Revolving House by Paul Klee, 1921 © Daderot
Revolving House by Paul Klee, 1921

© Daderot

Paul Ernst Klee
Revolving House (1921)
Oil and pencil on cotton cheesecloth mounted on paper
37.7 x 52.2 cm
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Madrid

Abstraction with Reference to a Flowering Tree, by Paul Klee © Daderot Abstraction with Reference to a Flowering Tree, by Paul Klee © Daderot
Abstraction with Reference to a Flowering Tree, by Paul Klee

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Paul Ernst Klee
Abstraction with Reference to a Flowering Tree (1925)
Öl auf Leinen
38.5 x 39 cm
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York

Omega 5, Dummy by Paul Klee, 1927 © Daderot Omega 5, Dummy by Paul Klee, 1927 © Daderot
Omega 5, Dummy by Paul Klee, 1927

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Paul Ernst Klee
Omega 5 (Traps) (1927)
Oil and watercolor on canvas nailed on cardboard
57.3 x 43 cm
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Madrid

Efflorescence by Paul Klee, 1937 © Daderot Efflorescence by Paul Klee, 1937 © Daderot
Efflorescence by Paul Klee, 1937

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Paul Ernst Klee
Efflorescence (1937)
Öl auf Leinen
13 1/8 x 10 1/2 in.; 33.3375 x 26.67 cm
The Phillips Collection
Washington

The Way to the Citadel, Paul Klee, 1937 © Daderot The Way to the Citadel, Paul Klee, 1937 © Daderot
The Way to the Citadel, Paul Klee, 1937

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Paul Ernst Klee
The Way to the Citadel (1937)
Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard
26 3/8 x 22 3/8 in.; 66.9925 x 56.8325 cm
The Phillips Collection
Washington

Young Moe  by Paul Klee, 1938 © Daderot Young Moe  by Paul Klee, 1938 © Daderot
Young Moe  by Paul Klee, 1938

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Paul Ernst Klee
Young Moe (1938)
Colored paste on newspaper on burlap
20 7/8 x 27 5/8 in.; 53.0225 x 70.1675 cm
The Phillips Collection
Washington

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