nude painting

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Noun1.nude painting - a painting of a naked human figurenude painting - a painting of a naked human figure  
painting, picture - graphic art consisting of an artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface; "a small painting by Picasso"; "he bought the painting as an investment"; "his pictures hang in the Louvre"
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A Modigliani nude painting was sold to an unnamed Chinese buyer at Christie's on Monday for $170.
The new bride was gifted a nude painting of herself in just a tiny little g-string and Louboutin heels.
One nude painting in 2007 took him 2,400 hours to complete - with each session lasting a marathon five hours.
A nearly nude painting of which Scottish film star has gone on display in Selkirk?
A NEARLY nude painting of the young Sir Sean Connery is set to go on display for the first time.
1914: Famous nude painting The Rokeby Venus by Velasquez, in London's National Gallery, was damaged by suffragette Mary Richardson - who later led the women's section in Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists.
In fact, some of the pages on display at the Sackler Gallery are from a copy the Iranian government received in 1994 by exchanging a nude painting by Dutch American Willem de Kooning, obtained by former Empress Farah Pahlavi.
Looking at Sculpture (2006) by Tim Braden uses sparse treatment for two Giacometti sculptures, while Euan Uglow's The Lightest Painting on Earth (1989) is a curiously titled and equally curious nude painting.
Even at the Liberty Museum in the monument base, the Founders' vision of liberty is conspicuously absent, unless you count a psychedelic nude painting.
In "Monhegan Light," the vengeful sister of a man's deceased wife sends him a beautiful nude painting of her by the wife's former lover.
If we pair Crucifix in the Snow, 1996, an ink drawing of a snow-covered landscape and dark wooden shrine put up to protect the crucifix, with Nude Painting, 1997, the ruddy photo-painting of a heavyish, big-breasted young woman caught in a moment of ecstasy, we see the horns of Levenstein's dilemma.
It is impossible to avoid seeing the vast, truly awful nude painting 'The Birth of Venus' by Eugene Amaury Duval.