Holy Children, Fabienne Montepeque
Holy children, is a beautiful photograph taken in Pune, India, in one of the most iconic celebrations in the planet. This work presents the happiness fulfilment and true love of three great friends.
Shows big smiles lots of contact, it is a very intimate art piece.
The colours and honesty shining in this three faces are what most of us should achieve for, true happiness no matter what the circumstances are, we are alive.
This kids teach us all to enjoy the worlds, to take care of it, celebrate and live the opportunities that life gives us in every moment, It is great to see faces smile and shine with such great passion.
Kiss II, Roy Lichtenstein
Kiss II is one of the most iconic representations of the comic and one of the most famous paintings of Lichtenstein. This work is characterized by the representation of a passionate kiss in cartoon format, which together with its intense colors give the kiss the strength of the world of superheroes.
Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) was an American painter, known for being one of the most important representatives of pop art or pop art, standing out especially for his use of comics.
The birth Venus, Sandro Botticelli
The birth of Venus is a painting inspired by the literary work Metamorphosis by Ovid. This work represents the birth of love and beauty, which is represented by the goddess Venus who appears naked and on a large shell on the shore of the sea.
Currently, this beautiful work can be seen in the Uffizi Gallery, in Florence (Italy).
Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) was an outstanding Italian painter. Among his masterpieces is The Birth of Venus, one of the most recognized paintings of Renaissance art and appreciated throughout history.
In bed, the kiss of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec
In bed, the kiss was one of the several paintings commissioned by Henri Toulouse-Lautrec to decorate a Parisian brothel. The image represents a couple in their privacy, naked, embraced, giving each other a tender and passionate kiss.
However, being a couple of women in love, was for the time a provocative and daring image.
Henri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa (1864-1901) was a French post-impressionist painter and poster designer who used to portray the nightlife of Paris.
El beso, Pablo Picasso
In this painting we can see the portrait of a kiss in which the faces are united by the same line, making the two a single face.
This painting seems to intend to expose the intimacy and fusion that occurs between two people when kissing. It is a romantic image whose lines and colors reflect serenity and tenderness.
Picasso's kiss is a painting painted in the most mature stage of Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), a renowned Spanish painter and sculptor. It is considered one of the most important exponents of cubism and avant-garde of the twentieth century.
The kiss, Gustav Klimt
The kiss is a painting of the stream of art nouveau (modernism) and one of the most important works of Klimt. It represents the expectation before a kiss, using the romantic posture of a hug wrap. For many, this painting symbolizes reconciliation, the embrace of desire, beauty and the eroticism of love.
The painting The kiss stands out for the way in which Klimt expresses love, using the bright colors of golden and yellow tones, which were exclusive of religious paintings. It also draws attention for the mixture of techniques such as, for example, the use of geometric shapes that simulate mosaics.
Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) was an Austrian painter and representative of the modernist movement in Vienna.
Lovers, René Magritte
In The Lovers, René Magritte draws the attention of the public by painting a couple whose faces are covered with a damp cloth that prevents their faces from being seen.
Many have been the interpretations made to this work, among which stand out the representation of a secret love, the impossibility of smelling, touching and kissing. It is a painting whose image exposes the prohibition in which the protagonists find themselves, the prohibition or the impediment of being able to feel one another.
However, part of the inspiration of this work that expresses the pain of an invisible or lost love, Magritte uses the memory of the anguish he feels when he sees his mother rescued from the lifeless river, whose face was covered with a wet shirt .
René François Ghislain Magritte (1898-1967) was a Belgian painter whose works are characterized by following the surrealist style, exposing his perception of reality with images that evoke dreams.