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Follow our live coverage of the Perth bushfire emergency. Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. Getting naked in a room full of strangers is the stuff of most people's nightmares. This article contains content that is not yet available here. But others make a living from it, getting their kit off and posing for hours in the nude in life drawing classes.
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A figure drawing is a drawing of the human form in any of its various shapes and postures using any of the drawing media. The term can also refer to the act of producing such a drawing. The degree of representation may range from highly detailed, anatomically correct renderings to loose and expressive sketches. A "life drawing" is a drawing of the human figure from observation of a live model. A figure drawing may be a composed work of art or a figure study done in preparation for a more finished work such as a painting.
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Follow our live coverage of the Perth bushfire emergency. Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. It's a quiet Monday evening at a pub in Sydney's inner-west and there is about to be some nudity — but it's all in the name of art.
Paintings and carvings in ancient Indian temples challenge Western ideas of the relationship between spirituality and sexuality, says writer and historian William Dalrymple. In the early summer of , a British hunting party, lost in the arid mountains of the Western Ghats, made a remarkable chance discovery. Following a tiger into a remote and narrow river valley, the hunters stumbled onto what was soon recognised as one of the great wonders of India - the painted caves of Ajanta. On the walls of a line of 31 caves dug into an amphitheatre of solid rock, lie the most ancient and beautiful paintings in Buddhist art, the oldest of which date from the 2nd Century BC—an otherwise lost golden age of Indian painting. Along with the frescoes of Pompeii, Ajanta represents the greatest picture gallery to survive from the ancient world and the most comprehensive depiction of civilised classical life that we have.
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