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Each volume contains an introduction in German and English, an explanation of the catalogue system, a German-English glossary, a bibliography, and indexes. All the entries are illustrated and include catalogue numbers, technical descriptions, measurements, references to related works, details of provenance and location, relevant literature, and a list of exhibitions and auctions in which works have appeared. Klee's own entries from the catalogue he maintained from 1911 onwards are also included, and the most important works are illustrated in color.
Following his dismissal from the Kunstakadamie in Düsseldorf in 1933, Klee left Germany to take up permanent residence in Switzerland. By 1935 he was experiencing the first signs of illness which would lead temporarily to a marked decline in his output. A large Klee retrospective was held in Berne in 1935, and he was also represented in the Bauhaus exhibition held at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1938. Over 1000 illustrations, 100 in color.