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Nu Masculin Avec Faucon [Male Nude with Falcon] :: Germain Detanger

Nu Masculin Avec Faucon [Male Nude with Falcon] :: Germain Detanger - Nu in art and painting
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Germain Detanger (1846-1902) Nu Masculin Avec Faucon [Male Nude with Falcon]

Oil on canvas (104.1 x 158.1 cm)( 41 x 62,1 inch ) Private collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 28.03.2010



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WuDong   User Rating: 636  April 23, 2015


How subtly and naturally depicts a beautiful woman's body.

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WuDong   User Rating: 636  April 23, 2015


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User   User Rating: 389  March 22, 2019


Stylish and laconic composition. Perhaps this should be the way for depicting the nude male nature. The figure of a man is located in the most illuminated part of the canvas, but one cannot say that the author wanted to show it off. He simply captured his hero without clothes, allowing the viewer to judge and fantasize how the young man meets the standards of male beauty. The falcon, which sat on his arm, gives the composition a certain emphasis of elegance. He is in the shadows, but the reflections [Expand]

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