This is an accessible and educative (in a very enjoyable way) collection - there was Angela Rosengart herself on the Sunday morning we went. We actually started in the basement with two rooms of mainly early Paul Klee which was a great aperitif giving a strong pointer to where the painter was going in terms of his work. Then up to the top - there is a lift - to see the rooms of photographs and portraits which gave a strong flavour of the painter's life mainly in the 60's. The ground floor has most of the work plus a few other Impressionists and Cubists.
Great exhibition - no tea room but all the works are there as postcards. If we had stayed longer in :Lucerne we would have gone backMore