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The Virtual Art Museum of Sensuality. Alternative Image #1. Tittle: Apollo and Daphne Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini Date: 1622-1625 Medium: Marble. Alternative Image #2. Tittle: My adventure with Pitch Artist: Dieuzaide , Jean Date: 1958 Medium: Gelatin Silver Print.

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Alternative image 1
Alternative Image #1

Tittle: Apollo and Daphne

Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini

Date: 1622-1625

Medium: Marble


Alternative image 2
Alternative Image #2

Tittle: My adventure with Pitch

Artist: Dieuzaide, Jean

Date: 1958

Medium: Gelatin Silver Print


The beautiful flowing and overlapping shapes seem to represent the unfolding of a flower while at the same time suggesting female anatomy; both take the properties of beauty and power because of the attention this painting demands.

Black Iris, 1926

By Georgia O’Keeffe

Style: sensuous/ austere

Medium: Oil on Canvas


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Alternative Image #3 represent the unfolding of a flower while at the same time suggesting female anatomy; both take the properties of beauty and power because of the attention this painting demands.

Title: Venere Di Urbino

Artist: Titian

Date: 1538

Medium: Oil on Canvas


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Alternative Image #4 represent the unfolding of a flower while at the same time suggesting female anatomy; both take the properties of beauty and power because of the attention this painting demands.

Tittle: The Birth of Venus

Artist: Sandro Botticelli

Date: 1486

Medium: Tempera on Canvas


Bacchus’ crown of leaves represents the influence of a God, who influence drunkenness, freedom, and sexuality formed by his gestures and the quality of his fresh.

Bacchus, 1597-98

By Caravaggio

Medium: oil on canvas

Style: Baroque


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Alternative Image 5 God, who influence drunkenness, freedom, and sexuality formed by his gestures and the quality of his fresh.

Tittle: Untitled

Artist: Irving Penn

Date: 1966

Medium: Photograph black/white


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Alternative Image #6 God, who influence drunkenness, freedom, and sexuality formed by his gestures and the quality of his fresh.

Tittle: Narcissus

Artist: Caravaggio

Date: 1597-1599

Medium: Oil on Canvas


The elevation of Teresa and her posture on the clouds suggest a passionate encounter; her mouth wide open, the expression on her face, and the infusion of sensuality suggest passion through physical expression.

The Ecstasy of St. Teresa

By Gian Lorenzo Bernini

Date: 1647-52

Medium: White marble

Style: Baroque


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Alternative Image #7 suggest a passionate encounter; her mouth wide open, the expression on her face, and the infusion of sensuality suggest passion through physical expression.

Tittle: Leda and Swan

Artist: Correggio

Date: 1665

Medium: Oil on canvas


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Alternative Image #8 suggest a passionate encounter; her mouth wide open, the expression on her face, and the infusion of sensuality suggest passion through physical expression.

Tittle: Women into men

Artist: Helmut Newton

Date:1979

Medium: Gelatin Silver Print


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