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    Olio su tela
    Classica realismo
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    Reclining nude female

    Academic art nudes Reclining nude
    Oil on canvas
    36 by 48 inches
      Academico arte  nu Deitados nu
    Óleo na lona
    Realismo clássico
    36 por 48 polegadas
    seated female  © Dr. Gloria  M. Norris Arte Clasica desnudo Desnudo reclinado
    Oleo sobre lienzo
    Réalisme classique
    36 por 48 pulgadas
      ルネサンスの裸体の芸術 リクライニングヌード
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    Huile sur toile
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    олст, масло
    классический реализм
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    Reclining Nude:

    The reclining nude is a popular subject of fine art. The reclining male nude of classical art often indicated a victim: Sampson, in the arms of Delilah, or Jesus' body in the arms of his mother.

    The female reclining nude is considered to be an inventions of the Renaissance Venetian painter Giorgione. In 1507, a 5 by 3 feet painting was in the home of the Venetian Gerolamo Marcello, perhaps painted for his marriage.

    The artistic category of reclining nude provides the artist with the opportunity to demonstrate both their artistic and intepretive skills by making them suitable for the viewing public with the subtleties of sexuality.

    Academic Art, (nudes)

    It is a style of painting and sculpture produced under the influence of European academies or universities.

    Specifically, academic art is the art and artists influenced by the standards of the French Académie des beaux-arts, which practiced under the movements of Neoclassicism and Romanticism, and the art that followed these two movements in the attempt to synthesize both of their styles, and which is best reflected by the paintings of William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Thomas Couture, and Hans Makart. In this context it is often called "academism", "academicism", "art pompier", and "eclecticism", and sometimes linked with "historicism" and syncretism.

    The art influenced by academies and universities in general is also called "academic art". In this context as new styles are embraced by academics, the new styles come to be considered academic, thus what was at one time a rebellion against academic art becomes academic art.

    The first academy of art was founded in Florence in Italy in 1562 by Giorgio Vasari who called it the Accademia dell' Arte del Disegno. There students learned the "arti del disegno" (a term coined by Vasari) and included lectures on anatomy and geometry. Another academy, the Accademia di San Luca (named after the patron saint of painters, St. Luke), was founded about a decade later in Rome. Academia di San Luca served an educational function and was more concerned with art theory. than Florentine Accademia dell' Arte del Disegno.

    Academia di San Luca later served as the model for the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture founded in France in 1648, and which later became the Académie des beaux-arts. The French Académie very probably adopted the term "arti del disegno" which it translated into "beaux arts", from which is derived the English term "fine arts". The Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture was founded in an effort to distinguish artists "who were gentlemen practicing a liberal art" from craftsmen, who were engaged in manual labor. This emphasis on the intellectual component of artmaking had a considerable impact on the subjects and styles of academic art.

    After the royal Academy of painting and sculpture was reorganized in 1661 per Louis XIV of which the goal was to order all the artistic activity in France, a polemic occurred among the members who dominated of the artistic attitudes for the remainder of the century. This "battle of the models" was a surplus of conflict if Peter Paul Rubens or Nicolas Poussin were a suitable model to follow. Pousssin followers, called "poussinists", alleged that the line (disegn) should dominate art, because of its call to intellect, whereas the followers or Rubens, called the "rubenists", discussed this color (colours) should dominate art, because of its call to the emotion. The discussion was restored in the 19th century early, under the movements of Neoclassicism characterized by the drawing-model as a Jean Auguste Domenica Ingres, and Romanticism characterized by the drawing-model of Eugene Delacroix. There were discussions about if it were to better learn art by looking at nature, or to learn by looking at the artistic Masters from the past.

    The academies employing the French model formed all over Europe, and imitated the lesson and the models of the French Academy. In England, it was the Royal Academy.


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