Paul Klee kept a diary of his son Felix’s growing up from the first day of his life. The first teeth, the first words, the first steps — he wrote down in the "Felix's Calendar" all the moments of his development and unintelligible abracadabra of his son. For eight years in a row, Klee traveled to Switzerland with his boy for the holidays, spending there the whole summer. When two-year-old Felix got seriously ill, his father carefully filled out the calendar with notes about the temperature, doctor’s visits, and prescribed medications... Here are five stories about kids and games in Paul Klee's life and work!
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