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nude

[L. nudus, naked]
1. Bare; naked; unclothed.
2. An unclothed body.
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The vast majority of them suggest, more or less explicitly, that the only safe way to send nudes would be to not to send them at all.
But does the latter conclusion necessarily imply that nude painting is inherently immoral?
Marian Newman for MAC describes it as the strongest talon trend she's seen in 15 years: "The nude nail is such a powerful story.
Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson said: "Exercising in the nude is also kind to the environment as there is no sweaty kit to wash.
On a lighter vein he adds, " Women are shy to create male nudes.
TOP GOING TRY Label Lab nude ruffle dress, pounds 35 at House of Fraser; Evans nude embellished dress, pounds 35; Wallis nude ruffle front blouse, pounds 35; Oli pink Grecian draped dress, pounds 60.
FEW of us are brave enough to bare all in public but there's no need to be shy about the fashion world's take on the nude trend.
FEW of us are brave enough to flaunt our birthday suits in public but there's no need to be bashful about the fashion world's take on the nude trend.
His third Intermezzo examines Dutch art theory of the seventeenth century concerning the role of the "natural," to argue that the supposed posthumous, classicist criticisms of Rembrandt's nudes were actually part of a heated dialogue during his own lifetime, in which the artist advocated both the painterly and the natural over the rule-based selection of the beautiful.
In Somerville, MA, artist Craig Srebnik says about 60 percent of his nudes are purchased by women.
In 1961, for example, in two of the earlier entries in "Great American Nude," the ongoing series he began in the same year, Wesselmann slipped into Matisse's world of recumbent nudes on gorgeously patterned textiles such dissonant surprises as a collaged cover of McCall's magazine and a framed picture of Old Glory, a flag that, unlike Johns's, was waving in rhythm with the curving anatomy of what had become an American, not a French, nude.