The Male Nude: Eighteenth-century drawings from the Paris Academy

Art, Drawing and illustration

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To show your worth as an artist in eighteenth-century France, you had to be adept at capturing the male human form. Nearly 40 drawings of scantly clad men by artists including François Boucher and Jean-Marc Nattier go on display in the lavish setting of the Wallace with their notable collection of French eighteenth-century paintings. Ladies, avert your eyes.



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