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Paul Klee Painting

On Tuesday our teacher gave us a picture by Paul Klee. It was called “Woman in a Native Costume”. We had until Friday to colour it in. Then we went on to the internet to look at the real painting. The real one had four colours – brown, orange, yellow and white. Most people, when they were colouring the picture, used lots of colours.

Paul Klee was born in Switzerland. As a child he was good at music and drawing. When he was older he decided to become a musician but when he got into his teenage years he decided to become an artist. He was interested in Picasso’s paintings so he decide to paint ones like his. “Woman in a Native Costume” was painted in 1940 using oil paints.

By Sam and Caoilfhionn (Rang II)


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