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Paul Klee exhibition opens at Tate Modern

16 October 2013 Last updated at 06:36 BST

Bauhaus artist Paul Klee is the subject of a major exhibition at Tate Modern.

The show features 130 drawings, watercolours and paintings from collections around the world.

Klee, who once described drawing as "taking a line for a walk", is best known for his abstract patchwork paintings of colour.

The curator of the exhibition, Matthew Gale, explained how they put the collection together.

Video Journalist: Sophie van Brugen

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