|Der Blaue Reiter, 1903, Kandinsky|
|Tower of Blue Horses, 1913,|
|Hammemet and its Mosque, 1914,|
Klee, on the other hand, was a watercolorist during much of his lifetime, painting careful geometric, abstracted landscapes, often of scenes out of North Africa such as his Hammamet with Its Mosque, painted in 1914. These three, and their followers were the high-water mark of German Expression before the war when the capital of Avant-garde art moved from Munich back to Paris, Picasso, Braque, and Cubism.