About The Kiss pocket mirror
This The Kiss pocket mirror which incorporates two amplifying mirrors, comes in a luxury velvet pouch. It showcases a high-end reproduction of The Kiss (1908) by the Austrian painter Gustav Klimt. The work of art depicts the cozy embrace of a couple through his Art Nouveau natural ornamentation, where the lady’s dress incorporates circles and sensitive vivid patterns in contrast with the man’s geometric and dark designing in his outfits. Klimt portrays the couple’s moment as being detached from reality which is confirmed in his emblematic use of gold leaf, roused by Early Byzantine religious art’s use of gold.
This delightful The Kiss pocket mirror homaging Klimt‘s work “The Kiss” (1908) is made by Parastone, a brand committed to delivering amazing enlivening portrayals of ageless artful materspeices for more than 50 years.
- Size: 2.8 diam.
- Materials: Gold metal, resin and, glass
- Packaging: velvet pouch
- Style: Art Nouveau
- Artist: Gustav Klimt Golden Phase
Gustav Klimt is additionally known to be a member of the “Vienna Secessionist” organization, which was attended by artists who left the Association of Austrian Artists amid the mid 1890’s. The Vienna Secessionists included painters, sculptors and architects and delegated Gustav Klimt as the principal leader of the movement. Gustav Klimt like a significant number of his peers were influenced by the finish of the nineteenth century’s soul which trusted that in spite of the fact that society had advanced in the end it resulted in the degeneration and decandence of the contemporary society, yet in the meantime looked for the new up and coming period as a fresh start in seek after regeneration.