Support THEGREATNUDE.TV with this purchase – This iPad drawing was started at the Metropolitan Museum of Art during a visit to the American Wing. The sculpture, carved in marble in 1891 by Frederick Wellington Ruckstull is called “Evening”. The view is of the posterior of this voluptuous female figure. Sales are through Shopify, and are guaranteed.
Bernardo Torrens: Paintings of Melania & Jesi Bernarducci Meisel Gallery July, 2012 For those who follow Madrid-based hyper realist artist Bernardo Torrens, there is a familiarity with his stable of regular models. In this show at Bernaducci Meisel Gallery, we are offered a new group of masterfully executed paintings focusing primarily on two new subjects: […]
Best known for work that nearly defined the “Pin-up”, Alberto Vargas is recognized for depicting and perfecting the image of female sexuality in the first half of the 20th century. Having worked with Esquire and more famously Playboy magazines, some would be quick to write Vargas off as a soft pornographer, and he’s never expressed […]