From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Deutsch: Nackte Frauen. Esperanto: Nudaj virinoj.
I saw them posted across every social media platform. I saw her naked body, saw it commented upon and reviewed, criticized. The tweet got 1, likes quickly.
Venus of Willendorfalso called Woman of Willendorf or Nude WomanUpper Paleolithic female figurine found in at Willendorf, Austriathat is perhaps the most familiar of some 40 small portable human figures mostly female that had been found intact or nearly so by the early 21st century. Roughly 80 more exist as fragments or partial figures. The statuette—made of oolitic limestone tinted with red ochre pigment—is dated to circa 28,—25, bce.
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It's a scenario you can likely relate to. Maybe, smirking, you send a flirtatious reply. Or maybe you scoff at the unsolicited advance and ignore it.
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Blue Nude is one of Pablo Picasso's master piece in his early years. It was painted in and after one of his close friend tragically died, he mourned over it for a long time and was in a depressive mode. It is one of Picasso's paintings during his blue period and has without a doubt proved Picasso's talent on highlighting the deepest emotions while using only one color to effectively express it. The seated model, seated with her back to the viewer, postured as it often adopted in life classes.
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This painting formerly belonged to Picasso's friend Roland Penrose. Penrose became determined to own it after seeing a reproduction of the painting in a magazine and being 'transfixed by that pair of black eyes which seemed to burn through any obstacle. However, this is a particularly sexually aggressive image.