Many artists make an image with hope in creating an emotional response in the viewer. Love is shown in many different types of art such as paintings, sculptures and sketches. Love is always shown in different ways either being a couple or just expressing love between family. There is always a meaning behind each piece of art and they try to grab your attention to try and figure out their emotions and feelings behind the actual picture. Art can express love between a couple, a mothers love for her children, or a couple being in love but not being able to be together. Artists make the emotions in their face easy enough for you to have an idea of what the story behind it might be. The way paintings are painted with colors explains emotions as well as how the body posture between each other is and there is symbolism. You can feel the compassion with in the art piece. 

Mars and venus united by Love: This is a piece called Mars and Venus United by Love this was made by Italian artist Pablo Veronese in the middle of the 16th century. These piece shows love between the two people in the painting who appear to have fallen in love with each other. it is easy to see that the artist is talking about love in this piece is cupid the god of love is right at the two people’s feet also the nudity and the fact they are making contact with each other shows the apparent romance between the two. This painting is showing how cupid the god of love can unite people with love.
A loving mother feeding her baby: This is an a piece of art called a loving mother feeding her baby from Asia made around 18th-19th century called a loving mother feeding her baby. This piece shows the love a mother has for her children by showing one of the responsibilities a mother takes when having a child and the love they have for their child while performing these responsibilities such as feeding their child and nurturing their child. This work of art also shows the love a child has for their mother because in the picture it shows the two kids who are just sitting by their mother which shows how kids love their mother as well.
Neptune and Amphitrite by Jan Gossart was made in 1516. It depicts two nude sea goddesses at almost a life-size scale. They appear to be in symmetry all while captivating a sense of being a living physical presence. They are surrounded by water in a domed structure, displaying their affection towards one another, it reflects Gossart’s patron Philip of Burgundy naturalizing the nude in a humanistic pose.
Classical myth provided the impregnation of females by gods who were disguised as many things, sometimes a cloud, a shower of gold and even animals such as a bull, an eagle and a swan. However many of these sexual pairings between the two are not visually pleasing to the mind. The bird, which is a rather small partner, was an easier view to the eyes of the public rather than a beast with two heads. Here we have both female and swan portrayed in harmony, caressing each other fully, enjoying their company. The swan places his caring and protective wing around Leda’s thigh, much like a man would place his hand on his partner’s thigh. The sawn slowly comes up for a kiss while Leda pulls her face away flirtatiously, still enticing the swan with her hands wrapped around his neck.
‘The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis’ is an oil painting made by Jacques-Louis David in 1818. The painting is based on the characters in the French novel ‘Les Aventures de Telemaque’. Telemachus falls in love with a beautiful graceful young woman named Eucharis. Telemachus has to end their romance because he has to embark on a journey to find his missing father Odysseus. The destroyed couple say farewell in a grotto on Calypso’s island. Depicted in the painting is the torn apart expression of Telemachus’ face as he gently grabs her left thigh. Eucharis hopelessly hugs him and rests her head on his shoulder submissively giving him up. The use of saturated reds and blues contrasted with flesh tones and combined with clarity of line and form is an example of Neoclassical style Art. Their expression and body language in the painting clearly depict the love that they have is eternal.
‘The Kiss’ is a bronze sculpture that was made by the French sculptor Auguste Rodin in c. 1882-1887. It is displayed at The National Museum of Western Art located in Tokyo Japan. The Kiss was inspired by a poem in Dante’s Divine Comedy. The couple in the poem comes from a thirteenth century story of forbidden love. Francesca da Rimini and her husband’s younger brother Paolo Malatesta are the two disloyal lovers portrayed in the sculpture. Paolo can be seen holding a book in his left hand and is claimed to have been reading it to Francesca right before they kiss. The couple is discovered and killed by Francesca's husband. Rodin used them to symbolize pure passionate love. According to The National Museum of Western Art’s depiction of the piece, Auguste Rodin commented “Love is the flower of life”.
Love’s Mirror or a Parable of Love is a Romanticism allegorical painting using black pen and ink over pencil with ink wash on paper. The emphasis is on the faces of the couple. The women’s face is seen in real like, the painting, the mirror and the man gazes directly into the mirror. The nearness of the faces and the hand guiding hers depicts an intimate setting. This drawing shows that there are multiple sides to everything/ the message in the parable is that while the young man assists his beloved in Love’s Mirror it improves on art by reflecting an image of the two lovers together. The artist draws one face but the mirror paints a better picture of true love.
This piece shows how nature of personal love contradicts the nature of human life. While love is all about coming together and becoming one, life is about separation. Munich’s painting splits into the past and the present and then goes into human and nature consciousness. The tree on the left of the painting marks the border between the past/nature and the present consisted of expressive and symbolic world of self-reflective suffering. The man is dressed in black the color of sorrow and the color red symbolizes love, pain and blood. The painting is a representation of past and present of human experience of separation from love and of art as its symbolization. The girl’s hair is a continuation of the landscape which is the earth. In the painting the women’s face is erased by the man’s pain. The guy is transformed into fire from his blood of grief is that of the fire. This painting uses three styles Art Noveeau which is the representation of the lost object, realistic symbolic style of expressing the hero’s suffering and surrealistic representation of the amorous couple in the process of being ripped apart. Lochak.D(2001).EdwardMunich.Seperation(1896)TormentsofLoveasitsParoxysm.http;??
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