Reproduction of “The Kiss” Statue Artwork by Rodin:
This love story has frequently been illustrated by artists with Rodin’s interpretation being one of the most memorable and emblematic of the tenderness of an eternal kiss. This sculpture is based on a love story reported by Dante in his Divine Comedy and sculptured by Rodin for The Gates of Hell. Francesca’s father arranged for her to be married to Gianciotto in a political union to end a war between Malatesta and Rimini. Gianciotto’s younger brother, Paolo, was sent to advise Francesca. Upon meeting, they fell in love. Tricked into marriage with Gianciotto, Francesca pursued Paolo until one day they were found in her room. Gianciotto thrust a rapier towards Paolo, but struck both Francesca in her bosom and Paolo. The lovers both and were buried together in a tomb.
All the sculptures are taken photos in real, but Because of light and background,
pictures and real color may have a little difference , to be sure that most of items are in
bronze color, they are made of good quality bronze material and natural marble base.