nudity

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the state of being without clothes

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the state of being without clothing or covering of any kind

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I've said a lot about the male perspective when it comes to the female nude.
In the 1850s, after the death of William Etty, pioneer of the British female nude, there was a scarcity of female nude paintings.
Moreover, Fitz-James makes the decontainment enacted by audience members an implicit facet of her own performance, and in doing so, she subverts the very structure that demands the containment of the framed female nude by calling into question the observers' own capacity for containment.
He was greatly influenced by the Surrealist movement of the 1930s, developing a unique style drawing on the female nude, natural creatures and landscapes to create a highly personal vision of the world.
K H Ara is amongst India's first modern artists to have played on the aesthetic nuances of the female nude.
which has the highest pre-sale estimate, is called Reclining Female Nude with Sleeping Child in Swaddling Clothes.
The current study tested 2 doses of whole BB powder, 5 and 10% (wt:wt) in the diet, against MDA-MB-231 tumor growth in female nude mice.
Catlett is most noted for her sculptures of the female nude.
In Reclined Lion with Interior Woman, one gazes through mane ringlets to see a small, full-length female nude inside.
This week, the boys get artistic, drawing male and female nude life models, while Cara watches on.
Two Girls" was preceded by a number of paintings by Sher-Gil of the female nude.
But the book is heartening when it moves onto gifted artists, such as William Mulready and Ford Maddox Brown, whose male and female nude drawings have a wonderful degree of "finish" and still to this day leave you feeling somehow thrilled at the sheer harmony of their work taken from the nude, something which is still, to my mind, the most difficult of all things to achieve successfully.
For eminent painter Jogen Chowdhury, ' it's the law of attraction' that pulls male painters to sketch a female nude.
I also examine in depth the encounter between Lady Godiva and the Salon critics, and consider the ways in which that encounter illuminates not only the nature of artistic discourse regarding the female nude in fin-de-siecle Salon culture, but also the expectations and conventions of the Salon nude in this period.
This painting, a detail of which is reproduced on the cover of Eric Jan Sluijter's book, exemplifies Rembrandt's inventive engagement with Italian and Netherlandish pictorial traditions shaping the representation of the female nude in order to produce images that were, as Sluijter argues, controversial in Rembrandt's own day.