The female nude – magical, erotic, aesthetic – has been modeled and painted since prehistory. Appearing rarely and awkwardly in the earliest art, she attained fulfillment and glory in ancient Greece. In their idealized treatment of the nude, The Greeks established a standard that only the asceticism of the Middle Ages ignored. The artists of the Renaissance and their successors of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries revived the nude, and by the 1930’s she was again a conventional form. It was inevitable that she should become a favorite subject of photography.
- (Introduction) , History of the Nude in Photography by Peter Lacey and Anthony La Rotonda
Pound The Round - A blog for the dedicated.. addicted.. & totally obsessed booty loving fiends worldwide. You can find and follow Pound The Round @ http://poundtheround.tumblr.com/
Is this thick enough?