From November 6th to February 21st at Gallerie d'Italia in Milan, a must attend exhibition of 120 Hayez masterpieces.
For the very first time, the three versions of "Il Bacio" painting convey the main features of Italian Romanticism and has come to represent the spirit of the Risorgimento.
Il Bacio doesn’t show just a kiss; it is the iconic kiss that represents the birth of Italy.
Two lovers and their passionate embrace keep bedazzling visitors to the Brera Gallery in Milan who, like the portrayed couple, would like to linger over their kiss indefinitely.
The four colors of the couple’s clothing – red, green, white, and sky blue – correspond to those in the national flags of Italy and France and stand for the two countries’ alliance during the Second War of Independence, which ended in 1859 (the year Il Bacio was released) with a victory over the Austro-Hungarian empire.
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