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The Kiss is an oil painting on canvas created by the Norwegian symbolist artist Edvard Munch in 1897. It is part of his series The Frieze of Life, which depicts the stages of the relationship between men and women. The Kiss is the materialization of a motif that Munch had been experimenting with since 1888/1889: the painting shows a couple kissing, their faces merging into one in a symbolic representation of their unity. See more
This work was exhibited from 1903 and is now in the Munch Museum in Oslo.
The Kiss is an oil painting on canvas measuring 81 cm by 99 cm. It shows a couple in darkness, with only a ray of light coming through a window that is mostly covered by a curtain. The figures embrace and seem to merge into one, their faces united in a featureless form. Art critic Roberta Smith mentions that Munch chose "long, somewhat coarse brushstrokes that looked more like stained lines than painted lines."