Love is: 5 most romantic masterpieces in the history
Marc Chagall "Birthday", 1915.
The picture was painted in that happy period when the artist's muse - Bella Rosenfeld - became his wife. No doubt, in this work Chagall portrayed himself and his beloved - their happiness makes them get off the ground.
Rene Magritte "Lovers", 1928.
There are many interpretations of this work, one of them - the interpretation of the phrase "love is blind".
Jim Dine "Two big black hearts", 1985.
The work is in the US deCordova sculptures park. Two hearts, the surface of which is covered with the moulds of everyday objects - a symbol of the constant presence of love around us.
Christopher Wool «You make me», 1997.
The artist is known for the large-format images of black letters on a white canvas. In the phrase, which the artist has chosen, we can read filling of one person by the other as well as the tension that exists between the lovers.
Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss", 1907-1908
The work refers to the "golden" period of the artist. Some researchers suggest that Gustav Klimt depicted himself with his beloved Emilie Louise Flöge in this painting.