One often cited book on the nude in art history is The Nude: a Study in Ideal Form by Lord Kenneth Clark, first published in 1956. The introductory chapter makes (though does not originate) the often-quoted distinction between the naked body and the nude. Clark states that to be naked is to be deprived of clothes, and implies embarrassment and.
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The best paintings of all time quality has driven people crazy for centuries. man is considered one of the defining works of Western art. This composition was one of six created on the Author: Howard Halle.
Apr 22, 2016 · But is the art of Spencer Tunick about humans, or their bodies? Decontextualized human flesh takes on a different, almost abstract form when arranged in a particular way, but it is still hard to decide if complete disengagement from its familiarity and meaning is possible.This is where Tunick puts us to a test – are we able to render the human body as a unit devoid of any other meaning or.