The second version reveals a different Klimt, more relaxed. Pregnancy is the central theme, but is does not show it in such a strongly erotic way. The aggressiveness and morbidity are clearly attenuated, so that we find a woman of exuberant beauty but with a calm attitude. The symbolism is still present (around life and death, fertility and carnality), and the exaggeratedly baroque and ornate forms are the same. But nevertheless it is a work that transits in another dimension of the artist.
Glorification of moterhood
Recovering the spirit of Klimt's original work, my tribute is an exaltation of motherhood and the power of femininity. The first of my Hopes appears totally naked, in the same way that it happened with Die Hoffnung but, unlike this one, which showed her body in an overwhelmingly erotic way, she tries to cover her breasts with a delicate gesture that denotes a certain shyness.
The second of the Hopes tries to imitate the pose of the protagonist of Die Hoffnung II, with a relaxed but not so introspective air. She shows her breasts and her belly, and wears a skirt with a print that recreates that of the honored work. As for the ornamentation of the background, although I have respected the Klimtian gilding in both works, but suppressing all allegory, whether violent or vitalist, including only some fabrics with golden embroidery inspired by the works of the Austrian author.
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