Paul Klee

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Paul Klee is another must visit exhibition in Tate Modern. Klee was one of the most significant artist in European modernism. His influence can be seen in the works of Miro and Rothko and after visiting the exhibition I discovered much more about Paul Klee.
Klee in German means ‘clover’; clover and good luck belong together. Paul felt his wishes had come true when he painted and he created his work with the aim of making us happy, inspiring us to dream and carrying us off into another, more beautiful world… His motto was: “It is possible to achieve a great deal with very little. Abundance is possible in simplicity, too!”.

My favourite pieces:

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