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Heidi Lanino
Kind of Blue I
$1,200
15" x 12"
$3,000
24" x 18"
SOLD
48" x 33"
$1,800
16" x 12"
SOLD
10.75" x 8"
$25,000
36" x 48"
SOLD
10.75" x 8"
SOLD
10.75" x 8"
$3,800
10.75" x 8"
$1,800
16" x 12"
$22,000
21" x 21"
$2,500
15" x 13"
$7,500
40" x 36"
Paul Dusold
Celestial
$18,000
68" x 72"
$7,200
36" x 24"
Guido Mauas
I am the Beautiful Violet...
SOLD
48" x 36"
$1,350
20" x 16"
Ken Goshen
Artist Talk in the Galler...
$2,400
18" x 24"
Dorielle Caimi
Inheritance
$7,500
36" x 24"
$9,000
24" x 36"
$16,000
70" x 36"
On Hold
10.75" x 8"
Michelle Doll
Couple (DD4)
$14,000
60" x 36"
Dean Fisher
“In Between”
SOLD
40" x 36"
Jerry Weiss
Alexandra
$9,500
30" x 42"
Jerry Weiss
Nude on Green
$13,500
48" x 36"
Sharon Pomales Tousey
While the World Burns
$4,800
30" x 40"
$6,000
72" x 36"
Paul Dusold
Alpheus and Arethusa
$18,000
64" x 72"
Paul Dusold
The Judgement of Paris
$18,000
64" x 72"
Paul Dusold
Aries and Aphrodite
$11,000
46" x 72"
$1,400
20" x 12"
Guido Mauas
Nude Sketch
$1,100
12" x 16"
Joseph Todorovitch
Memento Mori
SOLD
12" x 12"
$3,800
10.75" x 8"
On Hold
10.75" x 8"
$3,800
18" x 18"
Dean Fisher
“Reclining Figure”
$8,200
24" x 48"
Dean Fisher
‘Figure with Orchids”
SOLD
25" x 26"
Jerry Weiss
Seated Woman
$13,500
48" x 36"
$7,200
36" x 24"
Paul Dusold
Diana and Acteon
$7,500
32" x 40"
$4,000
48" x 29"
Guido Mauas
Violeta in the Stairs
SOLD
20" x 14"
$1,100
14" x 11"
Bernardo Torrens
Summer siesta
$85,000
50" x 63"
$24,000
25" x 21"
SOLD
10.75" x 8"
SOLD
10.75" x 8"
Rosso Emerald Crimson
And When Tomorrow
$8,000
37" x 33"
Jerry Weiss
Light Blue Nude
$13,500
48" x 36"
Gustavo Ramos
Dream Journal
$4,900
18" x 24"
Gustavo Ramos
Interlude
$5,500
30" x 24"
Guido Mauas
Untitled Nude
SOLD
12" x 8"
$18,000
70" x 68"
$12,000
40" x 32"
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About Nude paintings

Styles of Nude Paintings Paintings of figures in the nude have been a common practice among artists from the beginning of art history. The fine art nude may lean in to or subvert ideas of privacy, beauty and refinement. Classical nude paintings were often of mythological figures, and nudes without mythological background were introduced in the Renaissance. Modern nude paintings focus on form, placing figures in unique or stripped-down settings. Abstract nude paintings capture the essence of humanity in a nude figure and play with the ideas of beauty, modesty and reality. Subjects in Nude Paintings Nude paintings feature diverse subjects and often focus on form and shape to create the scene. Nude woman paintings have been popular since the Baroque era, and contemporary nude figure paintings still commonly feature women. While the female nude remains prevalent, modern representations of identity and gender abound in contemporary art. Nude couples can convey intimacy and male nude figures may grapple with appearances of masculinity and expressions of strength and power, while also evoking beauty. Models often pose for nude paintings, but nudes in candid attitudes are also common. Reclining nude paintings, standing nude paintings or nudes in silhouette can all be created from a model posing in a studio. These paintings are often created in series, with many pieces of the same subject from different angles or in different poses. Materials Used in Nude Paintings Nude figures are commonly sketched numerous times as a painter creates studies and series of nudes to be included in paintings. Nude oil paintings have a classic look and often show beautiful blending to create depth. Acrylic paintings of nudes lend themselves to colorful pieces with plenty of personality. Famous Artists of Nude Paintings Famous artists have created nude paintings and sketches in every style throughout art history. Baroque painters like Sandro Botticelli created sumptuous nudes, often in mythological settings. The subsequent period of the Renaissance featured human and model subjects in nude paintings. Leonardo da Vinci’s famous nudes were studies of human anatomy and fuel for his inventions and scientific inquiries. Modern artists added expressive color palettes, geometric shapes and unique settings to their nudes. Henri Matisse created nude paintings in his signature colorful Fauvist style. Pablo Picasso painted exaggerated Cubist nude figures as well as more minimal figures in varied and non-traditional positions. Contemporary painters still paint nudes, from the subtle to the daring such as Jeff Koons’ controversial pieces.