Venus Callipyge: The Goddess of the Beautiful Buttocks

    Legend of  Venus Callipyge  +    Aphrodite Callipyge on the World   +    Venus Callipyge Painting   +    Others Venus. +. Priapus Venus Callipyge: The Roman Statue of the Beautiful Buttocks Goddess of the Beautiful Buttocks  It is used to designate the famous statue of Aphrodite known as the Venus Callipyge, currently in the Archaeological Archeological Museum of Naples. It is a Roman copy of a Greek sculpture found,, in the domus áurea of Nero. Then it went …

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Nude Artworks on Tate Museum

Nude Artworks on Tate Museum – London – UK The Nude artworks on Tate museum or belong to renowned and famous artists. We are talking about Degas, Modigliani, Nicholson, William Etty, Uglow, Currin, Ervin, Pasmore, Fray, Bonnard, Dobsson, Picasso, Carter, Sargent, Coldstream, Matisse, Scott, Steer and others Candaules, King of Lydia – William Etty – 1830 Shews his Wife by Stealth to Gyges, One of his Ministers, as She Goes to Bed The Lydian king, Candaules, had arranged for his general, …

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Venus and Cupid in Renaissance Nude Artworks

Venus and Cupid in Nude Artworks The recreation of the figures of Venus and Cupid was one of the most prestigious moments in Renaissance painting. The classical iconography represented the recognition of Antiquity and the union with the culture of the Christian world of medieval tradition. The role of Venus in Renaissance painting has fostered a broad historiographical tradition from different theoretical perspectives. Countless Renaissance painters have painted Cupid and Venus in every possible style. The mythological recreation of Sandro …

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Jacques Louis David: Travel to Louvre & The MET

Jacques Louis David: Visit to Louvre & The MET Jacques-Louis David, French painter born in Paris and died in Brussels (1748-1825). He is the painter who best embodies the spirit of neoclassicism and French neoclassicist painting. He was a disciple of Vien, entered the Royal Academy and got in 1774, the pension of Rome, where he remained five years. Returned to Paris and was admitted as a number scholar in 1783. Since 1789 he took an active part in the …

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