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.
Lately, some of my male artist friends have been confiding to me that they are feeling like pariahs in the art world. And boy, do I get it. From my vantage point, I see that the general public’s taste for the Nude is souring. What I’ve been calling “The Great Nude” is simply not […]
by Jacob King (Originally published 2010) The first show ever dedicated solely to Agnolo Bronzino, the Italian Mannerist, is now showing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art until April 18, 2010. With almost sixty drawings included, the exhibition helps to shed light on an artist whose name is familiar to many, but whose drawings of the figure […]
“I’m trying to see if it’s possible to hold onto that moment of perception, or have several moments coexist… Like looking at a memory. ” This quote from Jenny Saville encapsulates perfectly what she seems to be striving for in her work, and it resonates intensely. The sheer immensity in size of her canvases […]