Ab ovo (painting)
|Type||watercolor on gauze and paper with a chalk ground|
Ab ovo is a 1917 painting by Paul Klee (1879–1940) made during his time in the army, which is particularly noteworthy for its sophisticated technique. It employs watercolor on gauze and paper with a chalk ground, which produces a rich texture of triangular, circular, and crescent patterns.
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