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The Rhine at Duisburg

Paul Klee, 1937
The Rhine at Duisburg, Paul Klee
The Rhine at Duisburg, zoomed in
19.1 cmThe Rhine at Duisburg scale comparison27.9 cm
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The Rhine at Duisburg is a Cubist Gypsum, Charcoal and Oil on Paper Sculpture created by Paul Klee in 1937. It lives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Rivers, Streams, & Creeks. Source

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