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    The painting shows a large man who kisses a woman on her cheek. The man has a dressing gown with angular symbols on it; woman's clothes show round symbols. The couple is standing on the edge of an abyss, in a field full of flowers. It is not known whether Klimt had a symbolic intention.

    Klimt worked in Vienna and Klimt's vision of the Viennese sexual morality of that time strongly influenced his work.

The painting shows a large man who kisses a woman on her cheek. The man has a dressing gown with angular symbols on it; woman's clothes show round symbols. The couple is standing on the edge of an abyss, in a field full of flowers. It is not known whether Klimt had a symbolic intention.

Klimt worked in Vienna and Klimt's vision of the Viennese sexual morality of that time strongly influenced his work.

"The Kiss" Klimt cup

Fine cup with print around De Kus, the famous painting by Gustav Klimt. Klimt has used gold in the background of the painting, using different techniques at the same time.
"The Kiss" Klimt cup
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    The painting shows a large man who kisses a woman on her cheek. The man has a dressing gown with angular symbols on it; woman's clothes show round symbols. The couple is standing on the edge of an abyss, in a field full of flowers. It is not known whether Klimt had a symbolic intention.

    Klimt worked in Vienna and Klimt's vision of the Viennese sexual morality of that time strongly influenced his work.

The painting shows a large man who kisses a woman on her cheek. The man has a dressing gown with angular symbols on it; woman's clothes show round symbols. The couple is standing on the edge of an abyss, in a field full of flowers. It is not known whether Klimt had a symbolic intention.

Klimt worked in Vienna and Klimt's vision of the Viennese sexual morality of that time strongly influenced his work.

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