Friday, August 7, 2009

The Friday Evening Nudes Cool Off

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Renoir The Bathers

Picasso The Bathers 1937


Frederick Childe Hassam


Francis Picabia

Hippolyte Petijean

Paul Delvaux

David Hockney

Lady Bathers at Sea Shore
Pan Yuliang

(click to read about her life)
1950


Emile Bernard
Bathers With Red Cow
1887



Andre Derain

5 comments:

  1. I like all of these, but the Child Hassam ones are my faves.

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  2. Hi, just wanted to say how much I've enjoyed reading your posts and how wonderful your pictures are - really breathtaking ! Thankyou for sharing

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  3. what a fantastic theme for a hot August

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  4. wow, I love all of these for one reason or another and now I feel like going skinny dipping! It's a bit hot here in CA!

    have loved your pics, btw...
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  5. What a lovely huge set!

    Normally I would not like Picasso's treatment of the nude female form, but these are so playful. The boat! And that third face looming over the horizon line, like a giant out to sea. I also particularly like the Kirchner and the Derain.

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