5 edition of Love and eroticism in art found in the catalog.
Love and eroticism in art
|Statement||Stefano Zuffi ; translated by Stephen Sartarelli.|
|Series||Guide to imagery|
|LC Classifications||N8220 .Z8413 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009035993|
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Love and the Erotic in Art. $ Description. Stefano Zuffi. Even in the Western world, which seems completely accustomed to the widespread appearance of risqué images, an erotic painting from five hundred years ago can still manage to create a sensation.
This book, the fifteenth title in the popular Guide to Imagery series, is a delightful Love and eroticism in art book through the portrayal of love and sexuality in art--age-old subjects depicted in all cultures.
The volume surveys Western artworks illustrating more or less explicitly delicate or amorous subjects/5(25). Never have I come across something quite like it.
Octavio Paz made a promise to himself to dedicate one book exclusively to love, and just before his death, this masterpiece was finished. The Double Flame: Love and Eroticism explores the intimate connections between sex, eroticism, and love in literature throughout the ages and throughout the by: 8.
This major collection explores the contested nature of love and eroticism, examining the ways in which erotic bodily pleasures have become central to contemporary consumer culture.
Drawing on the work of feminists, sociologists and cultural theorists, this book contains a wide-ranging and accessible set of contributions to contemporary debates on sexuality, love and eroticism. Love & Eroticism is simultaneously published. Carefully curated and beautifully packaged erotic art through the ages – works from the world's most important artists.
This carefully curated and beautifully packaged book spotlights nearly works from the world's most important artists, including Titian, Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Edgar Degas, Edvard Munch, Georgia O'Keeffe, Jackson Pollock.
actions of the erotic art of Pompeii, and deciphering their visual rhetoric as an image of art and love. Clarke shows many examples of Frescoes, jewelry, furniture and other parts of material objects of Roman life that show the eroticism of this society.
How depictions show rank in society, and status by lovemaking. Thus at the end of the 19th century, to borrow an expression from French philosopher Georges Batailles (author of the seminal text "Eroticism,") the "accursed share" of art -- the art that.
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The Complete Book of Erotic Art by Phyllis Kronhausen and Eberhard Kronhausen. Art. Generally, erotica is defined as any type of art that’s meant to cause sexual thoughts or ’s a slight difference between erotica and plain ol’ pornography: Erotica is seen as.
Drawing on the work of feminists, sociologists and cultural theorists, this book contains a wide-ranging and accessible set of contributions to contemporary debates on sexuality, love and eroticism. Love & Eroticism is simultaneously published as vol issue of Theory, Culture & Society.
In the s, the fascination with erotic art generated a wave of exhibitions and critical discussion on sexual freedom, visual pleasure, and the nude in contemporary art. Radical Eroticism examines the importance of women’s contributions in fundamentally reconfiguring representations of sexuality across several areas of advanced art—performance, pop, postminimalism, and beyond.
This book is about sex. And eroticism. And Desire. And love. But, really, it is about sex. Sex in literature and history and critical thought. Good for him. The big take away for me here is that you don't have to be successful with love and eroticism to honor this life force.
He says often that love is always a tragedy, because your beloved dies. While the erotic art we see in museums is almost exclusively made by white dudes (just last week, Sotheby’s in London auctioned 89 works of erotic art—made by 58 artists, only three of which.
Homoeroticism is sexual attraction between members of the same sex, either male–male or female–female. The concept differs from the concept of homosexuality: it refers specifically to the desire itself, which can be temporary, whereas "homosexuality" implies a more permanent state of identity or sexual is a much older concept than the 19th-century idea of homosexuality, and.
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Ap by Nicole Yi. Shares If. The concept of love has been one of the most prominent themes depicted in art throughout history. Portrayals of lovers offer fascinating insight into the cultures of various countries, and reflect how perspectives on love have evolved over the centuries.
Eroticism (from the Greek ἔρως, eros—"desire") is a quality that causes sexual feelings, as well as a philosophical contemplation concerning the aesthetics of sexual desire, sensuality, and romantic quality may be found in any form of artwork, including painting, sculpture, photography, drama, film, music, or may also be found in advertising.
Sexual attitudes and behaviors in ancient Rome are indicated by art, literature and inscriptions, and to a lesser extent by archaeological remains such as erotic artifacts and has sometimes been assumed that "unlimited sexual license" was characteristic of ancient Rome. Verstraete and Provençal opine that this perspective was simply a Christian interpretation: "The sexuality.
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