Influences on people's ideas about nudity[ change change source ] There are several things that affect how people and societies feel about nudity: The gender of the nude person The age of the nude person The body of the nude person Where the nude person is What the person is doing while they are nude Whether the nude person is alone or with other people The age and gender of the person who sees the nudity Modesty[ change change source ] Venus, painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder, in National Gallery of Canada In most cultures it is normal to keep parts of the body covered. The feeling that a person has about covering their body is called modesty. Modesty is different in different cultures. Often, people feel shame if their body is not covered to match their culture's idea of modesty.
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Equus by Sergio Valle Duarte Nudes by Augusto De Luca Re-reading of The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife , by Sergio Valle Duarte The distinction between fine art and glamour is often one of marketing , with fine art being sold through galleries or dealers in limited editions signed by the artist, and glamour photos being distributed through mass media. For some, the difference is in the gaze of the model, with glamour models looking into the camera, while art models do not. One of the first was Irving Penn , who progressed from Vogue magazine to photographing fashion models such as Kate Moss nude. Richard Avedon , Helmut Newton and Annie Leibovitz  have followed a similar path with portraits of the famous, many of them nude.
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Olympia by Manet The naked and the nude[ edit ] While there is no single definition of fine art, there are certain generally accepted features of most definitions. In the fine arts, the subject is not merely copied from nature, but transformed by the artist into an aesthetic object, usually without significant utilitarian, commercial advertising , illustration , or purely decorative purposes. There is also a judgement of taste; the fine art nude being part of high culture rather than middle brow or low culture. During most of the twentieth century, the depiction of human beauty was of little interest to modernists, who were concerned instead with the creation of beauty through formal means.