Battle of the Centaurs and Lapiths. 1852. William Adolphe Bouguereau. French 1825-1905. oil/canvas. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Richmond.

Eric Fischl

Sorry for the hiatus, I was in Israel, which as you can imagine could distract me a bit. Here’s a tumblr that in my humble opinion is just killing it. Gaiur, I salute you!

Annibale Carracci (Bologna 1560-1609 Rome), Samson, Around 1600, Arthouse Hejmanek, Prague

Morris Hirshfield - Two Women in Front of a Mirror (1943)
Venus of Willendorf…the booty that started it all…
I’m currently working on a project using nude stock photos from the 20s and 30s. Stumbled upon this strange series in my search. Low art, high art, so many AHB’s to go around! Marxism will get me to subsumption, subsumption will get me to a publisher (fingers crossed)…
The snaps are always welcome magretzzz (add me and I’ll send you butt pics, but not in the weird way, also your butts might end up on this bloggity blaugh, also not in the weird way)
While under the thematic of sexually suggestive works, Picabia’s Jeune Fille from 1920 can be seen as a terribly abstract “cul.” Talk about blatant sexism: subsumption is real, y’all.
Marcel Duchamp, L.H.O.O.Q. (1919)
Don’t see a butt? Not to worry, when pronounced in french, L.H.O.O.Q. sounds like “Elle a chaud au cul.” For all you native speakers out there, you’ll know this can mean, “she has a hot ass” or “there’s a fire below…”
scorpiondagger is a genius