Brancusi made fewer than two hundred drawings, some of which depict his studio, a subject that also appeared frequently in his photographs. In both his photographs and drawings, Brancusi shows his works stacked and layered in space, as he would have seen them, attesting to his interest in the sculptures as individual, self-contained forms and as objects with variable relationships to one another. Here you can see the columnar form of The Kiss in the background and Mlle
Pogany in the foreground, painted a vibrant yellow to indicate the polished bronze.
Gallery label from Constantin Brancusi Sculpture, 2018