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“Standing Nude” is an oil on canvas painting produced in 1890 is an outstanding painting produced by the Belgian artist Camille Wauters. Artist is an adept draftsman in painting, with varied subjects of landscapes to portraits. The natural element of sensuality sewed in human mind is the core theme depicted here. The male weakness towards the feminine elements becomes the focal point to attract the viewer without much effort. Nevertheless, the depiction itself stands with perfectness with the right balance between light and dark. We could sense a little bit of renaissance period technic ‘chiaroscuro’ used in the depiction. The main subject, the woman is standing inside of a rich house affording the velvety carpets, curtains and the big vase. All of them possess fine detail […]

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It is the works like these which inspires people saying: A Picture Describes a Thousand Words. The whole depiction is glorifying the heavenly beauties. This depiction of somewhat mythological angels is a creation of Luis Ricardo Falero, a Spanish painter who specialized in female nudes and mythological settings. Other than his mastery in fantasies, he also had a keen interest in astronomy. And here is the combination of both subjects in a very attractive way. His paintings often consisted astronomical elements like stars, moon and constellations. In the current painting, both the elements are merged cleverly. The heavenly nudes are flying in mid-air (maybe in the space) with very delicate and graceful gestures. The two stars just above their heads are symbolic. The angels’ hands deliberately […]

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Helga (a name derived from the word Holy) is one of the paintings depicted by the leading Swedish artist from late 19th century, Anders Zorn. It is a part of the series in which Zorn depicted nude women in various backgrounds or with different elements. As we can see here, the painting represents the girl called Helga with completely bare body. The apparent depiction of sensuality is being the main element as intended by the artist. The girl is standing without any clue of shyness in her eyes or in the body language. The girl in the backdrop is probably bent to take a robe or a towel. One can interpret the painting, as the depiction of human in natural environment in his natural condition. […]

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