Paul Klee is said to be one of the most important artists of the early 20th Century. The exhibition takes you on a journey through his career - starting with his earliest work and moving through the spaces to work produced during his final years. I thought this was cleverly curated - paintings are displayed alongside each other in the way that Klee wanted and as you wander from room to room, what really comes across is the many different styles his work spans, something I hadn't realised. It feels like there's something for everyone - from fans of early 20th Century art movements such as Cubism to those of Joan Miró and Mark Rothko - you can clearly see his influence on them.
I found the powerful colour combinations in his work really inspiring. Muted tones of similar colours, sometimes combined with a stronger, contrasting colour, stood out for me, such as those used in Fire in the evening. My other favourites included Castle Garden, made up of tiny squares of colour, as well as In the current six thresholds andFishes in the deep, all of which had great depth of colour.
If you're not familiar with Paul Klee, this exhibition is a great way to get to know some of his work. There's a lot to take in, but with the variety on display, I'm sure most would find something they like.