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nude

[L. nudus, naked]
1. Bare; naked; unclothed.
2. An unclothed body.
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Examining the representation of nudes in twentieth and twenty-first century art, art historian Frances Borzello contrasts the idealized, balanced, prosperous and confident nudes discussed in Kenneth Clark?'s, The Nude: A Study In Ideal Form (1956) with today?'s more raw and grittier nudes.