The Kiss by Klimt is an Italian jacquard wall tapestry portraying the work of Gustav Klimt. In 1908, Klimt unveiled The Kiss, which depicts a man bending down to press his lips on the welcoming cheek of a lover, whose closed eyes and tight-lipped smile hint at rapture. The golden flourishes and the blending of rectangular features on the male figure with circular counterparts on his partner are symbolic of the meeting of male and female power.
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