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HOW THEY SAW AND PAINTED HER – VENUS IN RENAISSANCE ART
Nude Venus: nudity between modesty and horror
The nude human form of both male and female varieties featured commonly in the Greco-Roman artwork of the classical antiquity period. Figures of gods, goddesses, athletes, etc. These were created using proper mathematical proportions and were meant to represent the idealized human form. With the coming of the values of chastity and modesty in Christianity the nude figures vanished from Western art. Art of the Byzantine period and the Middle Ages does not have any naked male or female figures barring a few with extremely Christian connotations. Nudity was mostly used to depict sin, weakness, shame or defencelessness. Hence Adam and Eve or the Crucified Christ was sometimes shown as naked in artwork.
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The Venus of Urbino also known as Reclining Venus  is an oil painting by the Italian painter Titian , which seems to have been begun in or , and was perhaps completed in , but not sold until It depicts a nude young woman, traditionally identified with the goddess Venus , reclining on a couch or bed in the sumptuous surroundings of a Renaissance palace. It is now in the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence. The figure's pose is based on the Dresden Venus , traditionally attributed to Giorgione but which Titian at least completed the landscape. In this depiction, Titian has domesticated Venus by moving her to an indoor setting, engaging her with the viewer, and making her sensuality explicit; some even believe the figure is engaging in masturbation.
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