A Paul Klee exhibition in Leipzig

In the Leipzig Museum of Fine Arts there is currently an exhibition of Paul Klee's work. I had the chance to visit it and "discover" an artist of whom I had heard a lot. What I found impressive was Klee's imagination and productivity. As I'm not a great fan of geometrical or abstract subjects, I felt more attracted by his sketches of an Old man, an Actor and a Tightrope walker. Being born in a musical family, Klee loved Bach and Mozart.
P.S.Here I could add that when I visited the tiny Port Bou, a bordertown in Spain where Walter Benjamin died, I saw a small fishing boat called Angelus Novus. I found it somewhat moving.


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