Paul Klee (1879–1940) is regarded as one of the most important forerunners of Modern Art. While his paintings have received extensive attention and appreciation, his diverse work as a graphic artist has remained less known until now. This richly illustrated book is the first to dedicate itself to Klee's complete body of graphic work. It investigates the artist's broad interest in reprographic techniques using his finely drawn etchings, experimental woodcuts and color lithographs. In addition to individual works on paper from his early student days in Bern and Munich, the present overview also includes works he created in large editions during the period when he taught as a master at the Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau. The color lithographs that Klee created in the 1920s continue to transport his artistic ideas to the world even today.