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5 Incredible Nudes from the Art World

Controversial photography, painting, Japanese erotica prints, and more

Ferdinand Hodler-Night, 1890

Born we are, naked. With time though — now in a historical “human” context — we started covering ourselves for warmth, for status, for everyday life. This state of always being dressed rendered the naked body the most vulnerable and “essential” state for us, but much like clothing…




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