Erotic depictions of women in drawing, painting, sculpture and photography from the dawn of man to the present.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Venus with a feather boa by Earl Moran



Here is a wonderfully tactile painting by American pin-up artist Earl Moran.   Moran produced rather more sensual nudes than some of his contemporaries (such as Gil Elvgren)  and he could make them genuinely erotic, not just saucy or cute, as here.

7 comments:

  1. Lovely. One can easily imagine stroking the model's skin with the feather boa. I like how well he's captured the way her breasts are shifted by gravity in that position.

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  2. It's very nice, love her sexy boobs and pretty face! I do like the fact that you feature pieces of art from time to time. You are obviously a great connoisseur especial of the art of the nude female! Have you come across Luis Falero? He did some very nice nudes in some unusual settings. Pal Fried had a great eye for a beautiful woman. Someone called Christa Zaat has an album called "It's all about female nudes" which is worth a look. I think you're not that keen on pin up and cartoon but there's a huge collection of sexy stuff on a facebook page called The Bumper Book of Art and even better a version with nudes on pinterest. I do like the work of Mark Blanton (some very Erotic stuff!) and Gennady Koufay (sort of pinup style but very very sexy) and someone called Rubismar da Costa has done some very pretty cartoons. There's a great site erotic-fineart.blogspot.com which has a huge collection with some very sexy pieces.

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  3. PS I do like sexy Alice in Wonderland pictures - Alice transformed to a buxom blonde in a tiny blue dress! The detail in these works is beautiful (but maybe not to your taste I suspect!)

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  4. I've done a post on Falero in the past. Pal Fried will certainly feature in the future. Thanks for the other references. I tend to avoid modern artists as they can get twitchy about re-posting). I do like pin-up art but comic books not so much.

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