Title : Female Nude Standing. Date: UCL Art Collections
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Saturday, May 02, - Sunday, December 06, During the Renaissance, the advent of printmaking and a new interest in anatomical science converge in representing man for the beauty of his proportions and for the mechanical perfection of his inner structure. Famous artists illustrated the studies of physicians, and dissections became the theater of a new empirical approach to anatomy. Revealing the Body: The Art of Anatomy Saturday, May 02, - Sunday, December 06, During the Renaissance, the advent of printmaking and a new interest in anatomical science converge in representing man for the beauty of his proportions and for the mechanical perfection of his inner structure.
Throughout the history of art, male artists have been lauding the female nude, taking pleasure in painting and sculpting unclothed women for centuries. From Venus appearing as an apparition from inside a scallop shell most famously by Botticellito the infamous reclining nude think Manet, Modigliani, Titianit seems male artists have always had a thing for naked women. As we all know, women have not been treated kindly by art history.
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Perhaps the history of the nude in art, which traditionally begins with the heroic male of Greek art of the classical period 6th - 5th century BCshould be pushed back to aroundBC. This is the date of the tiny statuette, probably designed to be held in the hand, popularly called the Willendorf Venus and depicting a corpulent female. Like much early art, she was almost certainly a fertility symbol of some kind.
This piece contains explicit imagery. Please consider it NSFW. A dude walks into a feminist art show— bada-bum.