10 comments on “A short history of schematic bodies

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    • Here is the note from Grégoire’s original:
      “Formal analysis of 1935/3 : Grid dance”, Paul Klee, Notebooks, Volume 2, The nature of nature, Lund Humphries, London, 1973, p. 284. (These explanatory figures have in fact been compiled by the editor of the volume, Jürg Spiller)

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