Female nudes (to the poet Paul Éluard and to you)

Dear followers, is known a quote that in the last century, the great french poet Paul Éluard he signed, for say that the woman body is the most beautiful in this world.

I agree with him, but I want to clarify that instead of what the establishment wants to impose us, there are infinite sorts of beauty.

This post is dedicated to that poet, and also to you and your unique and personal seduction, that you daily are sharing here.
Thanks again for stopping by!

By Renoir - A short hair redhead asleep

By Renoir – A short hair redhead asleep

By Ingres - Studies about women lying

By Ingres – Studies about women lying

By Picasso - A seated brunette

By Picasso – A seated brunette

By Bergander, Rudolf - Two women posing, one standing and the other sitting

By Bergander, Rudolf – Two women posing, one standing and the other sitting

By Rodin - A bended woman seen in profile

By Rodin – A bended woman seen in profile

By Cézanne - Two studies of naked women beside a self-portrait

By Cézanne – Two studies of naked women beside a self-portrait

By Gromaire - A woman in the bathtub

By Gromaire – A woman in the bathtub

By Modigliani - A girl on a couch

By Modigliani – A girl on a couch

By Degas - A pensive woman in the bathroom

By Degas – A pensive woman in the bathroom

By Kirchner - A woman drying her feet

By Kirchner – A woman drying her feet

By Giacometti - Standing woman

By Giacometti – Standing woman

By Feuerbach, A. F. - A horsewoman

By Feuerbach, A. F. – A horsewoman

By Dalí - Two long haired nymphs

By Dalí – Two long haired nymphs

By Gauguin - A young bather

By Gauguin – A young bather

By Matisse - An standing woman between plants

By Matisse – An standing woman between plants

By Heckel, Erich - Three women beside an awning

By Heckel, Erich – Three women beside an awning

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20 responses to “Female nudes (to the poet Paul Éluard and to you)

  1. Adorei, tanto o post, que é fantástico quando a dedicatória.

  2. I also agree with this sentiment….and love the images that you have chosen for this post. Thank you…Janet:)

  3. I love the one by Rodin, wow! A collection of lovely images.

    • Hi Anna, I’m impressed like It guess he was Rodin himself too, admiring the creative effects , allowing to his wet paintbrush completely freedom, as we can see about the hair of this woman. Thanks so much for your comment.

  4. True beauty is in the eye of the beholder …I can find something beautiful in every picture except in “horsewoman”. A horsewoman should be definitely more calm and friendly…

    • Oh darling! I can’t to disagree with the opinion by an expert like you, but unfortunately the horse has been during the humanity history the most punished creature through the wars. I guess that drawing could depict an scene of a violence action. Personally I love this kind of body of a real woman instead, for example, the Dali’s one of this post. I like your comment, thanks a million and have a nice day ❤

  5. Thanks so much, but it wasn´t meant quite seriously… The picture has a lot of expression and in reality, there are unfortunate and angry horsewoman, too. But you can understand, that in “Happinessygirls” world we would prefer another picture with this name or another name for that picture…. But unfortunately,”Happinessygirls” is just a Blog of a little illusionist girl….;-) So I wish you a wonderful day!

    • I’m understanding what you prefer or what you would like about an amazon, but this is only a blog of sketches and drawings choosen for their technical particularities. I’m only the blogger and not always agree about the contents or the issue of an sketch. I’m distressed about people who think that everything around us is wonderful. Thanks so much for your wise and friendly comments.

      • So sorry, I didn´t want to criticise you for the picture, I told just thoughts about it… And i know very good, that many things are not wonderful. So on happinessygirls, I wrote 3 posts about the attacks in Paris and a very long one about the backgrounds of the refugee crisis… But I want to give hope to the people and want to show ways to cope bad things. And I enjoy your wonderful collections and think about it…So please, don´t be distressed about me! Lots of greetings, Nessy

      • Dear Nessy, there is no need apologizes, for me it’s a true pleasure to talk or discuss with you. I also admire you, because you’re helping people to cope their problems (or sometimes to divert it) with nice and beautiful things, but that’s life and angry people sometimes can have important reasons for his rights. “One dog barks at something, the rest bark at him” (Asian Proverb). Thanks for your sincere reply and best wishes. 😉

  6. Thanks for your good reply. You´re right, sometimes the one dog ist hard to understand… 🙂

    • Oh Nessy, I heard a lot of different readings of this proverb (maybe this would be the reason of its success), but the yours is so interesting too. I loved to talk with you. Greetings, peace and love!

  7. Muy apreciado, Enrico
    Muchas gracias
    Besos
    Mistral

  8. Me too I agree with Eluard. Strange and stunning the picture of Giacometti.
    Extraordinary viewpoint of Renoir.K

    • Dearest Krystel your agreement for the ‘infinite sorts of beauty’ makes me glad, because a very beautiful woman like you, can recognize the same about others.
      Giacometti was the first artist to carry sketches made with a simple ball point pen to the museums. He loved this fast tool for his drawings made almost without raise the hand from paper. His trend was to draw in circle. Here in this work made with a charcoal pen, the large feet reveal a draft for an sculpture, the other matter of this enormous artist.
      The finesse on this Renoir work is a very deliberate notion to describe a feminine figure. This creator makes a very soft and controled contour in contrast of the background strokes, but he played with the shape of the model as another simple area of colour among the rest. Thanks so much for your friendly and wise comments. Good night and happy dreams with the angels.

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