An old photo of a formless ghost I reblogged is being flagged! This is madness.
Oh… and a painting of hands
-a photograph of some woods
-a Rossetti painting
-a Gericault painting of a fully clothed painter
– a picture of a living room,
-George IV riding a horse
-an illustration from Dickens’ Barnaby Rudge
-a midshipman’s uniform
I’ll add these have been flagged on this very blog:
– A fully clothed picture of a Victorian man in a top hat
– Two Holbein portraits. He only did clothed people and faces!
– A photo of Matisse drawing a naked male abstract greek statue, a Kouros. Not sexual at all.
– Two men wrestling in shorts – that was an illustration too
– A drawing of Nietzsche naked but no genitalia shown
– A life drawing of a man but again no genitalia shown
– Nicoletto da Modena etching of a Triton (again, not even a human bottom half so no genitalia)
Presumed bust of Plato, bronze,1st century BC. Roman replica of a Hellenistic original.
Dionysosmaske, Böotien, ca.450 v.u.Z.
Dionysus is always welcome here.
A dapper Matisse drawing a Kouros (a greek male youth) in the Louvre, 1932. Note no stools, no massive drawing pad or equipment, just a small pad and pencil (people who clog up the National Gallery or Tate trying to create their masterpieces please take note). Credit unknown.
Iupiter-Ammon, Romano-Egyptian terracotta slab-fragment.
This looks familiar – it’s in Museo Barracco in Rome.
Giambologna, Colossos dell’Appennino, c. 1579
Philip Fleischer (1850-1930) Standing Male Nude (The Model is Johannes Schilling – Instructor in Sculpture at the Dresden Art Academy)
Sculpture-Woman, 1947 -by Angus McBean
Count von Gleichen