The Kiss by Brancusi Two Lovers Kissing Abstract Sculpture 9HPN# 3358
Simple is beautiful. Look closer as these two young lovers embrace in a Brancusi kiss in what is perhaps regarded as the quintessential representation of love. As one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century, Constantin Brancusi preferred the technique of carving in stone and reducing natural forms to near-abstract simplicity. His work in both stone and bronze concentrated on variations of a small number of themes--heads, birds, and this renowned couple embracing, The Kiss (1916). Brancusi's simplified sculptures are widely acknowledged as icons of modern art. (PN 3358)
- This licensed reproduction from the Philadelphia Museum of Art is made from crushed stone resin.
- Measures: 9 in H x 5.25 in W x 3.5 in D. Weighs 6 lbs
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