(Drivebycuriosity) - Paul Klee was one of the finest painters of the 20th century. The Swiss German`s "highly individual style was influenced by movements in art that included expressionism, cubism, and surrealism", explains Wikipedia (wikipedia).
You can discover his works (a large part of it) by yourself if you visit this exhibition: "Les Klee du paradis - Paul Klee in the Collections of the Nationalgalerie" (smb.museum). You will find the show at Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg, which is a part of the "Staatliche Museen (public museums) of Berlin (Schloßstraße opposite of Schloss Charlottenburg). But you have to hurry, the show will end on August 31 2014. In an other part of the building you also can see the exhibition "Surreale Welten/Surreal Worlds" (I reported about this here driveby).
According to the museum`s website "'Les Klee du paradis' means 'The Klees of paradise'. At the same time, the name 'Klee' sounds similar to the French word for 'key' (clé)". Anyway, I indulged into the elegance and humor of these timeless works.
Let the pictures speak for themselves. Enjoy.