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Yet wanting to look closely at the human form is nothing new. Nude figures, as old as art itself, appear in the art of most cultures, but are particularly present in the history of Western art. The nude first became a significant feature in Western Art with the Greeks, whose interest in the naked male form was an extension of daily life. In Ancient Greece, men competed in the nude for athletic events and also disrobed for parties called symposia, where they would eat, drink, and socialize in the buff. It is no surprise, then, that art imitated life and that Ancient Greek sculptors associated the naked male form with values such as triumph, glory, and moral excellence. This Kouros, or statue of a nude boy, embodied Greek ideas of moral and physical beauty, nobility, and youth. If the nude male sculpture was associated with athletic talent and high moral values, the female nude had a different genesis: she embodied fertility and procreation. Naked female fertility deities have been found in very early prehistoric art and, in historic times, were a recurring feature of Near Eastern and Egyptian art. Although the Greeks had no problem showing their male Gods and figures without clothes, the same did not apply to women. Even Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of love, was always sculpted wearing loosely-draped robes.
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The nude figure is a tradition in Western art , and has been used to express ideals of male and female beauty and other human qualities. It was a central preoccupation of Ancient Greek art , and after a semi-dormant period in the Middle Ages returned to a central position in Western art with the Renaissance. Athletes, dancers, and warriors are depicted to express human energy and life, and nudes in various poses may express basic or complex emotions such as pathos. Unclothed figures often also play a part in other types of art, such as history painting , including allegorical and religious art , portraiture , or the decorative arts. Nude female figures called Venus figurines are found in the art of the Upper Palaeolithic , and in historical times, similar images represent fertility deities. Other significant non-Western traditions of depicting nudes come from India , and Japan, but the nude does not form an important aspect of Chinese art. Temple sculptures and cave paintings, some very explicit, are part of the Hindu tradition of the value of sexuality, and as in many warm climates partial or complete nudity was common in everyday life. Japan had a tradition of mixed communal bathing that existed until recently, and was often portrayed in woodcut prints. The earliest Greek sculpture , from the early Bronze Age Cycladic civilization consists mainly of stylized male figures who are presumably nude. This is certainly the case for the kouros , a large standing figure of a male nude that was the mainstay of Archaic Greek sculpture.

Yet wanting to look closely at the human form is nothing new. Nude figures, as old as art itself, appear in the art of most cultures, but are particularly present in the history of Western art. The nude first became a significant feature in Western Art with the Greeks, whose interest in the naked male form was an extension of daily life. In Ancient Greece, men competed in the nude for athletic events and also disrobed for parties called symposia, where they would eat, drink, and socialize in the buff. It is no surprise, then, that art imitated life and that Ancient Greek sculptors associated the naked male form with values such as triumph, glory, and moral excellence.

This Kouros, or statue of a nude boy, embodied Greek ideas of moral and physical beauty, nobility, and youth. If the nude male sculpture was associated with athletic talent and high moral values, the female nude had a different genesis: she embodied fertility and procreation. Naked female fertility deities have been found in very early prehistoric art and, in historic times, were a recurring feature of Near Eastern and Egyptian art. Although the Greeks had no problem showing their male Gods and figures without clothes, the same did not apply to women.

Even Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of love, was always sculpted wearing loosely-draped robes. His Aphrodite, undressing for her bath and completely naked, her right hand modestly covering her pubic area, was the first life-size representation of a nude female form. Originally commissioned as a cult statue for a temple in Kos, Praxiteles made two versions: one clothed and one nude. The temple bought the clothed version, but private citizens of the town of Knidos bought the nude version and put it on public display in an open air temple.

The naked Aphrodite soon became a sensation: people came to visit it from all over Greece, numerous copies were made, and the statue was written about throughout the Mediterranean. But because it was one of the most copied statues in the world, Roman replicas and descriptions that survive today give us a pretty good example of what the original looked like.

With the arrival of Christianity, nakedness all but disappeared from Western art, except for depictions of Adam and Eve, whose nakedness revealed their sin, and Jesus, whose naked body revealed his wounds. Being naked was no longer associated with male athleticism and female fertility, but rather with weakness and defenselessness. Nudity was also an obvious feature of erotic art, which existed long before Playboy and Playgirl made naked bodies mainstream. Every civilization, ancient and modern, has its form of erotic art.

In some countries, representations of sex are entwined with spiritual beliefs, in others, they portray cultural practices. Before photography, erotic art circulated via private paintings, small sculptures, and on decorative objects.

Renaissance sculptors such as Donatello and Michelangelo helped bring male and female nudes back into classical art. A few decades later, Michelangelo made a larger-than-life version. Even though Renaissance sculptors may have had access to female models, they preferred to use male models. The most beautiful female bodies would be those that were the most androgynous.

Nudity was a popular feature of mythological and allegorical genre painting in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Western art. But the French Impressionists pushed against the conventional notion of allegorical nudes by painting and exhibiting bold, and sometimes surreal, nudes.

The woman has no explicit reason to be naked--she is not a mythological figure but a normal lunch companion--and her partners are both clothed.

The nude body was mainly absent from Japanese art for centuries. Laws in Japan allowed painters to depict nudes if they were allegorical, although painters often bypassed this rule. The woman wears a red koshimaki, or traditional Japanese female underwear, and is shown reclining against a Japanese landscape.

The rise of female artists in modern and contemporary art allowed women to explore this issue in their own work. Contemporary women artists such as Marina Abramovic, Yoko Ono, Nan Goldin, and Vanessa Beecroft are known for using their own nude bodies or bodies of other women to make statements against sexism within art history as well as society at large.

The biggest change of the past one hundred years has been the inclusion of female artists in the mix. Yet, the basic reason for wanting to depict unclothed figures has remained constant over time: the human body is a wonderful sight to behold, both clothed and unclothed. Naked Greek athletes The nude first became a significant feature in Western Art with the Greeks, whose interest in the naked male form was an extension of daily life. Paul Getty Museume. Female fertility If the nude male sculpture was associated with athletic talent and high moral values, the female nude had a different genesis: she embodied fertility and procreation.

Scandalous Aphrodite Although the Greeks had no problem showing their male Gods and figures without clothes, the same did not apply to women. Paul Getty Museum. Naked and Afraid in the Middle Ages With the arrival of Christianity, nakedness all but disappeared from Western art, except for depictions of Adam and Eve, whose nakedness revealed their sin, and Jesus, whose naked body revealed his wounds.

Erotic Art Nudity was also an obvious feature of erotic art, which existed long before Playboy and Playgirl made naked bodies mainstream. Males with Breasts? Michelangelo Buonarroti, Archers Firing at a herm, c. Shock value Nudity was a popular feature of mythological and allegorical genre painting in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Western art. Nudity and Japanese modernism The nude body was mainly absent from Japanese art for centuries.

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