I believe you will still fall in love with Bern's casual and easy.
This small town drifts slowly away from the edge of the world.Contemporary Canvas Art Its old town still looks medieval, and the Bern people with the "bear" character still have the look of the past.
Bern makes people forget that house prices are soaring, stock indexes are changing, Extra Large Contemporary Wall Art and they don't want to work hard for their jobs or bosses. Bern makes people feel their existence and think about the meaning of living.
Bern people are obsessed with the past and with modern art.
On that day, red streetcars took us away from the relatively prosperous city center and appeared in an empty space where three waves met, the proud Paul klee museum of art in Bern.
The narrator tells us that there is a key to understanding klee's work, and that if you can understand the artist's relentless search for the origin of life in his paintings, using abstract lines and blocks of color to express philosophical propositions, then you will be able to read the meaning behind these blocks and lines.Cleary was first influenced by the expressionism of goya, enso and kubin, and was greatly inspired by the works of van gogh, Matisse and Cezanne.
In Germany, klee worked with masters of color Robert deroni, auguste marko, Franz marke and vassily kandinsky.Original Extra Large Wall Art
The experience of traveling in Tunisia in Africa gave klee's work a special color.
On the second floor are paintings from various periods of klee's life.
For the artist's personal experience, his paintings have a kind of depression, but the curious thing is that you feel that stress is not only the pain, some incredibly still depressed very nice dream, such as the mother's portrait of compliment to give people life, while the left side of the portrait had a glittering and translucent tears, however, began to pain of life, let a person feel a kind of sleeping magnanimous smile.
There was often something puzzling in klee's paintings. Dogs were not like dogs or horses, animals with innocent faces, girls with blue faces with crocodile mouths -- his own answer was that the artist was imitating the forces of birth and creation just as children imitate us in games.
Alexander klee, klee's grandson and heir apparent, was determined to build an art gallery for his grandfather.
He is as much a painter as his grandfather is a photographer.
He donated part of klee's work to the city of Bern.
A private sponsor provided land for the city government and contributed to the construction fund, in addition, individuals and foundations also invested in the centre.
Italian architect renzo piano was responsible for the design and construction of the entire center.