German-Swiss painter Paul Klee's work is maybe the absolute most unmistakable and well known of all canvases from the initial segment of the twentieth century.
Rising above the zeitgeist of his age surrealism, cubism, reflection Klee frequently joined different media into his works.
His Writings on Form and Design Theory is viewed as a standout amongst the most critical hypothetical takes a shot at craftsmanship at any point composed.
The inside contains around 4,000 works by Klee including the well known Dame mit Sonnenschirm Woman with Parasol, In sanctum Häusern von St. Germain Houses of St. Germain and Tod und Feuer Death and Fire.
The building itself is exceptional. Outlined by draftsman Renzo Piano, it appears as a rolling, uneven scene.
It is wide and open, light and breezy, and a show-stopper all by itself.