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This is a detail of the original work “The Kiss” which is exhibited today at the Belvedere Gallery in Vienna and is a masterpiece of Klimt's style. The work is a celebration of love: a man tenderly kisses his beloved woman approaching her with his strong hands.
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This is a detail of the original work “The Kiss” which is exhibited today at the Belvedere Gallery in Vienna and is a masterpiece of Klimt's style. The work is a celebration of love: a man tenderly kisses his beloved woman approaching her with his strong hands; the woman, completely leaning against him, keeps her eyes closed and has her head bent to one side. The clothes of the two lovers are shining and are composed of rectangles for the man and circles for the woman, emphasizing the difference between the two sexes. The elements represented in a naturalistic way are very few: the faces of the two lovers and the hands and legs of the woman. Even the space in which the couple is placed is unreal, but specially designed by the artist to enhance the moment of love ecstasy. Rich details and shapes have a purely decorative function: lovers are absolute protagonists of the work when the male and female universe come together in an intimate kiss. The use of gold is a clear reference to Byzantine art, much admired by Klimt; it helps to make the work elegant and refined.