Top 5 Most Romantic Paintings

Love: Top 5 Most Romantic Paintings

Contributor
Love

Romeo & Juliet to Hellelil & Hildebrand.

Art is so often inspired by love, and vice versa. Sometimes it's nice to be able to whip out some artistic knowledge, especially if you're taking a date to an art museum. So, need to impress your sweetie? Check out these five paintings, and make a splash.

 

 

"Romeo and Juliet" by Sir Francis Dicksee,
Perhaps one of the most recognizable scenes in the art world, it is also one of the most romantic, and depicts the famed balcony scene in Shakespeare’s masterpiece.
<a href="http://www.illusionsgallery.com/index.html"> illusionsgallery.com </a>

illusionsgallery.com

"Meeting on the Turret Stairs" aka "Hellelil and Hildebrand" by Sir Frederic William Burton,
Based on a story of ill-fated love, this painting shows a tender moment between two doomed lovers.
<a href="http://www.illusionsgallery.com/index.html"> illusionsgallery.com </a>

illusionsgallery.com

"The Kiss" by Francesco Hayez,
The whole focus here is on the kiss itself, not the couple as individuals, making it one of the most iconic kisses in Western art.
<a href="http://www.illusionsgallery.com/index.html"> illusionsgallery.com </a>

illusionsgallery.com

"The Painter's Honeymoon" by Sir Frederic Leighton,
A tender scene of love between two newlyweds.
<a href="http://www.illusionsgallery.com/index.html"> illusionsgallery.com </a>

illusionsgallery.com

"Dance Me to the End of Love" by Jack Vettriano,
And now for something from this century. This painting hints at an eternity of love, and what is more romantic than that?
<a href="http://www.jackvettriano.com/exhibitions/between-darkness-and-dawn/dance-me-to-the-end-of-love/">jackvettriano.com</a>

jackvettriano.com

 

Author

Contributor

From our Partners

Explore YourTango

MOST POPULAR