Women In Art
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|Women In Art
Women throughout history, from the 1500’s till now have been looked at as objects. In the 1500’s during the time of the Renaissance woman were often portrayed in art in the nude. Curves at that time showed women as being goddess like. The more curvy and voluptuous you were the more beautiful men saw you. Artists who painted the female body were often commissioned by rich men to paint these paintings to hang in their houses. Women in this age are still portrayed in art in the nude. Mostly in nude magazines. Some people would consider these magazines to be vulgar and raw however men still look at these magazines for enjoyment making them a form of art.
In “Looking at Women”, by Scott Russell Sanders, he looks into his experiences with women throughout his life and asks many questions about the use of their bodies. Whether it I used as art or not and why? He starts the essay out by telling a story from when he was eleven. It was pretty much his first exper...
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