Project-Images of women. In your BLOG……….

Using only newspapers and magazines as your source, construct a visual essay illustrating the visualisation of women today. There should be at least 12 images in your essay. Then do the same again but taking an opposite position.

Visual essay 1-Visualisation of women-position 1

 

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Visual essay 2-Visualisation of women-the opposite position

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Make a collection of images of nakedness and the nude, annotating them to indicate which they represent, how and why.

 

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Illustrations

Fig. 1 Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn , Bathsheba Bathing, 1654 (oil on canvas)  [online at] https://www.bridgemanimages.com/   [ accessed 26 November 2017]

Fig. 2  gertsamkunstwerk  male nude statue, (2017) [photograph] [online at]  http://gertsamtkunstwerk.typepad.co.uk/.a/6a00e551ef63008834011570caf694970b-popup

[ accessed 26 November 2017]

Fig. 3  Hugo van der Goes The Fall, Adam and Eve tempted by the snake (after 1479)  (oil on panel) [online at] https://www.bridgemanimages.com/   [ accessed 26 November 2017]

Fig. 4 Daily Star Breastfeeding woman (2015) [photograph] [online at] https://www.bridgemanimages.com/      [ accessed 26 November 2017]

Fig. 5 Unknown artist As passion took over ( c. 1775-80) (Opaque watercolor with gold on paper ) [online at]  http://www.philamuseum.org/collections/634-549.html#object/35724

Fig. 6 Lucian Freud  Nude with Leg Up (Leigh Bowery) (1992) [oil on canvas] [online at]  https://www.bridgemanimages.com/  [ accessed 26 November 2017]

References

Berger, J (1972) Ways of Seeing Middlesex, England. Penguin Books

wikiart.org (no date) Man with leg-up [online] at https://www.wikiart.org/en/lucian-freud/man-with-leg-up [accessed 26th November 2017]

 

 

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