Hardback coffee table book featuring works by Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky, by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, published in 1971.
"Kandinsky's stylistic development could also be attributable to the fact that both he and Klee, the two great artists who introduced the internal and the spiritual into modern art, consistently maintained a clear distinction between cubism and abstract painting. In contrast to artists of the various schools of painting that pushed traditional European composition to an extreme, each of these two men preserved his own concept of art in the deepest roots of his being."
Condition: Very good, light vintage wear including marks in text.
Dimensions: 7.25" W, 8" H, 122 pages