The Lovers II by René Magritte (1928)
This late 1920s piece by René Magritte is an oil on canvas portraying two ‘lovers’ locked in an affectionate embrace. The kiss is compelling and intimate despite the veils shielding their faces from one another.
Who’s to say the pair to the right are lovers? Nonetheless, they recreated Magritte’s ode to a modern-day version of Love is Blind or perhaps depicting the kiss of forbidden love?
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