Nude!

Discussion in 'Want Lists' started by pistol, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. pistol

    pistol Member

    I have some stamps with nude women, and I want to see if someone else has some.

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  2. James-2489

    James-2489 Well-Known Member

    Hello all, I only have a few of these art works, they do not fit into my "Costumes and Uniforms" theme. I think that I have some Soviet era nudes and some, maybe from Hungary, I will have to look.

    These from Romania.

    Date of issue: 1969-03-22
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    Regards, James.
     
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  3. pistol

    pistol Member

    Nice ones, I like it because it represents some paintings of well now Romanian painters here.
    Thanks for sharing!
     
  4. fishmonk

    fishmonk Member

    I guess we won't ever have such sets released from Malaysia as such stamps would cause some huge uproar.
     
  5. Makanudo

    Makanudo Well-Known Member

    I think "acts" should be a sub - theme for arts subject on stamps.
    I havent seen any other nude stamps
     
  6. fishmonk

    fishmonk Member

    I'm sorry but which other types would fall under "acts" ?
     
  7. Makanudo

    Makanudo Well-Known Member

    Hello fishmonk!
    Naked painting of a Man or a Woman is reffered to as Act
     
  8. fishmonk

    fishmonk Member

    Thanks. I was not aware of this. It is something new for me.
     
  9. augusta

    augusta New Member

    Nice pistol.How about the "Act" for men .Do you have some you can share
     
  10. Makanudo

    Makanudo Well-Known Member

    Does topless qualify for this thread?
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  11. kamatsuram

    kamatsuram New Member

    I recall UAE have also quite an impressive series of Nudes, which is a bit amusing when you replace in the context. will have to dig in my albums
     
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  12. DonSellos

    DonSellos Well-Known Member

    Is it a correct observation that male painters painted female nudes while male sculptors sculpted both nude males and females?

    The stamp Makanudo illustrated has a strange setting. It appears to be a domestic scene, but did young women normally sit at the table only partially clothed?

    Another observation regarding paintings of nude women -- they all seem to be of young women, never old women. There seems to be an element of the erotic involved here, but then maybe older women had better sense than to sit for these paintings.

    I also agree with Kamatsuram's amusement about nudism in the UAE. Seems a little out of place there.

    Don
     
  13. kamatsuram

    kamatsuram New Member

    Another observation regarding paintings of nude women -- they all seem to be of young women, never old women. There seems to be an element of the erotic

    Don[/QUOTE]

    Try to get a contemporain Nude paint of Queen Elisabeth II, i bet no much arousing and no plus value in perspective.Definitly not my cup of Tea
     
  14. H. G. Golightly

    H. G. Golightly Active Member

    Where are the stamps with 'Nude' animals? IMO, naked Otters, sans bikinis are 'Hot'!
    (Just a thought)
    HGG
     
  15. Werner Salentin

    Werner Salentin Well-Known Member

    Don,
    your observation is wrong.Just take Dürer´s works f.i.

    The Bhutan stamp Makanudo showed,depicts a painting of
    Francois Clouet a Netherlander,who became French in 1541.
    The painting is titled "Lady in the Bath".Possibly Diane de
    Poitiers,mistress of Henri II or Marie Touchet,mistress of
    Charles IX.
    Like in Roman times,the bath in the Middle-Ages
    was not just a place of cleaning,but more a wellness place.
    Food,entertainment and socializing were quite common.

    You have a good chance to see the original painting,because
    it hangs in the "National Gallery of Arts" in Washington D.C.
     
  16. DonSellos

    DonSellos Well-Known Member

    Just goes to show how little i know about art, painting, & women's baths.

    Don
     
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