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Date Posted: 12:20:14 08/28/02 Wed
Author: The Darkling
Subject: Re: The Kiss (and where to see the paintings)
In reply to: gosseyn 's message, "The Kiss" on 11:18:13 08/28/02 Wed

>This is a stretch, but with the kiss and then Sara's
>being hooded, the Magritte painting of the two hooded
>lovers kissing sprang to mind. Magritte has the
>surrealism to fit into Witchblade, but I'm not sure
>where the image would go. Maybe that she doesn't know
>what she's getting into? But then who does in WB. I
>dunno. It just struck me.

Yeah, that would have been a perfect one for Gabe's screensaver or something at that point. :)
The name of that painting, btw, is "The Lovers" and is by Rene Magritte for anyone that isn't familiar with it and wants to see what we're talking about. There are two versions of it and can be seen at:
The Lovers I
and
The Lovers II

Beck

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