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Famous Nude Paintings Reproductions


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A Blonde Woman painting reproduction, Vecchio Palma
A Favourite Custom painting reproduction, Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
A Maiden from Siberia painting reproduction, Elena A. Volkova
A Blonde Woman
Vecchio Palma
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A Favourite Custom
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
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A Maiden from Siberia
Elena A. Volkova
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A Moorish Bath (Turkish Woman Bathing) painting reproduction, Jean-Leon Gerome
A Naked Woman Sitting painting reproduction, Camille Bombois
A Nude Standing painting reproduction, Anders Zorn
A Moorish Bath (Turkish Woman Bathing)
Jean-Leon Gerome
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A Naked Woman Sitting
Camille Bombois
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A Nude Standing
Anders Zorn
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A Nude Woman on Divan painting reproduction, Eugene Delacroix
A Nude Woman Washing painting reproduction, Edgar Degas
A Pompeian Bath painting reproduction, John William Godward
A Nude Woman on Divan
Eugene Delacroix
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A Nude Woman Washing
Edgar Degas
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A Pompeian Bath
John William Godward
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A Venus at Her Mirror painting reproduction, Diego Velázquez
Adam painting reproduction, Albrecht Durer
Admiration (L'admiration) painting reproduction, William A. Bouguereau
A Venus at Her Mirror
Diego Velázquez
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Albrecht Durer
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Admiration (L'admiration)
William A. Bouguereau
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After Bathing painting reproduction, Pierre-Auguste Renoir
After the Bath painting reproduction, Edgar Degas
After the Bath painting reproduction, Pierre-Auguste Renoir
After Bathing
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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After the Bath
Edgar Degas
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After the Bath
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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After the Bath painting reproduction, Anders Zorn
After the Bath painting reproduction, Pierre-Auguste Renoir
After the Bath (Apres le Bain) painting reproduction, William A. Bouguereau
After the Bath
Anders Zorn
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After the Bath
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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After the Bath (Apres le Bain)
William A. Bouguereau
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After the Bath Woman Drying Herself painting reproduction, Edgar Degas
Allegori mit Pan (Mythological Scene) painting reproduction, Dosso Dossi
Allegory of the Sense of Smell painting reproduction, Peter Paul Rubens
After the Bath Woman Drying Herself
Edgar Degas
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Allegori mit Pan (Mythological Scene)
Dosso Dossi
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Allegory of the Sense of Smell
Peter Paul Rubens
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Allegory Sculpture painting reproduction, Gustav Klimt
Alone painting reproduction, Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec
An Eclogue painting reproduction, Kenyon Cox
Allegory Sculpture
Gustav Klimt
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Alone
Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec
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An Eclogue
Kenyon Cox
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Nude Oil Paintings

The human body has been a great fascination in art and it dates back to the age of the Romans and the Greeks. It was their great fascination for the male body that started it all. As time passed, artists considered the female body eventually and hence a new appreciation for art was formed. As different mediums aside from sculpting began to surface, like watercolor, it was then considered an art form to include the ‘nude’ human bodies as models of art even in the medium of oil paint called nude oil paintings.

The male body was very captivating for people during the time of the Romans and the Greeks, women naked models however were considered sinful and utterly shameful. It was because of the story in the bible of Adam and Eve were Eve was the temptress who convinced Adam to eat the forbidden fruit, hence this was the reason why women were viewed in such demeaning fashion. This reasoning alone did not stop artists as time progressed. Women became many a great inspiration for artists to paint. It was the sensuality a woman brings to the canvas that draws the artist and its viewers alike to the art that is called nude oil painting. Both men and women have since then been a hot subject matter to paint.

Nude oil paintings had such influence in art that it even challenged the religious and cultural part of society. Nevertheless it has spurred artists greatly because of the fondness for the natural physique, shape and body types of humans. For example, previously before the 20th century, artist’s favored voluptuous women because they were very desirable though later on, artists leaned more on thinner and longer shaped figured models.

Nude oil painting provides not just that but also erotic sensations or better yet stimulus at times. It is but for the love of art of the human body that nude oil paintings have been very famous.

In order for one to be able to paint nude oil paintings, one must have the know-how of shapes and more importantly, anatomy. If one weren’t proficient in this area, a wooden mannequin would give you an idea on how to make it plausible to sketch a human body onto a canvas. Once that’s done, you can now paint the very outline of the human figure. Using oil paint, you can place the base color for the background. Next, you may now paint a thin layer of ochre to wash. Add in the shadowed areas by using burn umber a bit of red into it. Highlights are then added with a mix of thin layered ochre wash and plus a bit more ochre and white to add. Blend the highlights and shadows slightly. You can also repaint shadows o become darker with burnt umber and red. Give a retouch highlights with ochre, white and red and blend the tones together. Let it dry then recoat in more detail with linseed oil. When everything is finished used a protective spray for the paint to seal in the dryness. With that, you’ve just created your own nude oil painting. It’s not that hard once you get the hang of it.