‘I am a painter’, Paul Klee wrote in his diary in 1914 at the end of his journey to Tunisia. In spite of his great talent as a draftsman, his way to painting and colour was a long and experimental process of self-examination. The exhibition of the collection allows us to experience this exciting development, and shows works from all phases of the artist’s career: from his apprentice years in Munich to the grandiose paintings of his last period. Read more.
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