Lovers stopped in time, unable to proceed to the lip locking trophy of affection. A simple four

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Lovers stopped in time, unable to proceed to the lip locking trophy of affection. A simple four letter word that has changed the world by its beauty and awe. What are these interesting pictures of words and love? The Kiss, a dramatic scene unfolding before everyone created by Auguste Rodin, and LOVE, the simplistic sucker punch created by Robert Indiana, are wonderful creations that have both an impact and a meaning. These two sculptures have graced the art world with all their beauty leaving some breathless. They mean so many different things with different imagining, reside in separate parts of the world, but some sculptures are more well-known. In this case LOVE is more Known. To begin with, we all think of love as this beautiful,…show more content…
The only words he would see were 'God is love.' and he became involved in it to show his love spiritually. The italicized 'O' can be interpreted as it can roll away Joseph 2 and break the square-like structure of the display. This is meant to show how fragile love can be. The colors of the piece of work are red and blue. A color pattern that is pleasing to the eye, but to Indiana shows an honor to his father who worked at a Phillips 66 gas station. Whatever this word means to you, your interpretation will probably not be what it means to him. Then, everything with artful beauty is normally put out on display in museums for everyone to see, point fingers, and 'ohh' and 'ahh'. The Kiss is memorialized in the Musée Rodin, a museum dedicated to the artist. Originally was a hit at its unveiling in its first exhibit in 1877 in Paris. It was originally going to be a part of another sculpture “The Gates of Hell”, but later it got a full sized version in 1889. It was shown at Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts in 1889 for its first public appearance. One year later, it was moved to Musée du Luxembourg, where it became no longer free to the public due to its almost provocative nature. The Kiss only resided there for another eighteen years before being hulled to its current home at Musée Rodin in Paris, France. Some pieces of work are flaunted in open areas for all to see. LOVE is showcased in New York City
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