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 Ingres – Studies about women lying
By Picasso – A seated brunette
By Bergander, Rudolf – Two women posing, one standing and the other sitting
By Rodin – A bended woman seen in profile
By Cézanne – Two studies of naked women beside a self-portrait
By Gromaire – A woman in the bathtub
By Modigliani – A girl on a couch
By Degas – A pensive woman in the bathroom
By Kirchner – A woman drying her feet
By Giacometti – Standing woman
By Feuerbach, A. F. – A horsewoman
By Dalí – Two long haired nymphs
By Gauguin – A young bather
By Matisse – An standing woman between plants
By Heckel, Erich – Three women beside an awning
Filed under female nudes
Tagged as awning, bathroom, bathtub, brunette, couch, hair, horsewoman, nymphs, pensive, plants, redhead, young