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"Exploring the Art of the Breast: A Captivating Journey through Paintings and Advertisements" In Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa's painting, "The Thief

Background imageBreast Collection: The Thief - painting by Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa

The Thief - painting by Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa
Postcard image after a painting by Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa La Ladrona (" The Thief" ) in the los Tiros art gallery in Granada, Spain

Background imageBreast Collection: CHABAS: SEPTEMBER MORN. Oil on canvas by Paul Chabas, 20th century

CHABAS: SEPTEMBER MORN. Oil on canvas by Paul Chabas, 20th century

Background imageBreast Collection: KUPKA: PLANES / NUDE. Planes by Colors, Large Nude. Oil on canvas, 1910, by Frantisek Kupka

KUPKA: PLANES / NUDE. Planes by Colors, Large Nude. Oil on canvas, 1910, by Frantisek Kupka
KUPKA: PLANES/NUDE. Planes by Colors, Large Nude. Oil on canvas, 1910, by Frantisek Kupka

Background imageBreast Collection: GAUGUIN: PAINTING, 1897. Where Do We Come From / What Are We / Where Are We Going

GAUGUIN: PAINTING, 1897. Where Do We Come From / What Are We / Where Are We Going. Oil on canvas by Paul Gauguin, 1897

Background imageBreast Collection: Austalian estrildid finches

Austalian estrildid finches
An illustration by M. W. Woodcock of some Australian estrildids, published in Derek Goodwins Estrildid Finches of the World (1982). Page 96, Plate 2

Background imageBreast Collection: Silhouette, Hope Springs Eternal in the Human Breast

Silhouette, Hope Springs Eternal in the Human Breast
Hope Springs Eternal in the Human Breast -- silhouette showing a shipwrecked man standing on a raft, waving to a ship on the horizon

Background imageBreast Collection: Et nous aussi nous serons meres car... !, 1794. Creator: Lequeu, Jean-Jacques (1757-1826)

Et nous aussi nous serons meres car... !, 1794. Creator: Lequeu, Jean-Jacques (1757-1826)
Et nous aussi nous serons meres car...!, 1794. Found in the Collection of Bibliotheque Nationale de France

Background imageBreast Collection: PEARS SOAP ADVERTISEMENT. Engraved English advertisement, 1889

PEARS SOAP ADVERTISEMENT. Engraved English advertisement, 1889

Background imageBreast Collection: MANET: LUNCHEON, 1863. Luncheon on the Grass. Oil on canvas by Edouard Manet

MANET: LUNCHEON, 1863. Luncheon on the Grass. Oil on canvas by Edouard Manet

Background imageBreast Collection: Moroccan dancer

Moroccan dancer
Exotic Moroccan Dancer and entourage of backing clappers!

Background imageBreast Collection: The Naiads

The Naiads
Artist: Pagliei, Gioacchino - Title: The Naiads - Date: 1881 - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Canvas 144 x 213

Background imageBreast Collection: Her latest dance frock? By Gordon Conway

Her latest dance frock? By Gordon Conway
A flame-haired flapper with a feathered fan strides into the frame wearing a revealing off-the-shoulder black striped dress

Background imageBreast Collection: BICYCLE POSTER, c1905. French advertising poster for Gladiator bicycles, c1905

BICYCLE POSTER, c1905. French advertising poster for Gladiator bicycles, c1905

Background imageBreast Collection: Lactating breast tissue, light micrograph

Lactating breast tissue, light micrograph
Lactating breast tissue. Light micrograph of a section through healthy breast (mammary gland) tissue during lactation. Glandular tissue in the breast has proliferated to produce spaces (alveoli)

Background imageBreast Collection: Breast anatomy, artwork

Breast anatomy, artwork
Breast anatomy, computer artwork

Background imageBreast Collection: Khadidja, Exotic Dancer with Veil - Algeria

Khadidja, Exotic Dancer with Veil - Algeria
Khadidja, Exotic Dancer with Veil (barely!) - Algeria. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBreast Collection: URSULA ANDRESS (b. 1936). Swiss film actress

URSULA ANDRESS (b. 1936). Swiss film actress

Background imageBreast Collection: Behind the Scenes at Theatre de L Abri, Paris, France

Behind the Scenes at Theatre de L Abri, Paris, France
Behind the Scenes at the erotic revue performed at the Theatre de L Abri, Paris, France with principal dancer Louis Espinoza - Le Ballet des Nymphes. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBreast Collection: Ramphastos vitillenus, channel-billed toucan

Ramphastos vitillenus, channel-billed toucan

Background imageBreast Collection: Cleopatra, drawing by Michelangelo. Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe, Galleria degli Uffizi

Cleopatra, drawing by Michelangelo. Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence Drawing High Renaissance, Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageBreast Collection: Nude (Reclining with Hands behind Head), 1930 (gelatin silver print)

Nude (Reclining with Hands behind Head), 1930 (gelatin silver print)
1197690 Nude (Reclining with Hands behind Head), 1930 (gelatin silver print) by Stone, Sasha (1895-1940); 29.2x39.4 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; German, out of copyright

Background imageBreast Collection: Venus Italica, c. 1822 (marble)

Venus Italica, c. 1822 (marble)
HGM79397 Venus Italica, c.1822 (marble) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822) (studio of); height: 17 cm; Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands; eKunstmuseum den Haag; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageBreast Collection: Girls from Dalarna Having a Bath, 1908, (1931). Artist: Anders Leonard Zorn

Girls from Dalarna Having a Bath, 1908, (1931). Artist: Anders Leonard Zorn
Girls from Dalarna Having a Bath, 1908, (1931). From the collection of the Stockholm National Museum. From The Studio Painting Series. 1 - Figure Studies

Background imageBreast Collection: European Robin (Erithacus rubecula), illustration of bird with bright red breast

European Robin (Erithacus rubecula), illustration of bird with bright red breast, blue stripe to side and brown feathers on back and tail

Background imageBreast Collection: Birth of Venus, 1863 (oil on canvas)

Birth of Venus, 1863 (oil on canvas)
XIR21565 Birth of Venus, 1863 (oil on canvas) by Cabanel, Alexandre (1823-89); 130x225 cm; Musee d Orsay, Paris, France; French, out of copyright

Background imageBreast Collection: VAN GOGH: SORROW, 1882. Pencil drawing, by Vincent Van Gogh, 1882

VAN GOGH: SORROW, 1882. Pencil drawing, by Vincent Van Gogh, 1882

Background imageBreast Collection: THONY: NACKTKULTUR, 1926. Nacktkultur (Nudism). Drawing by Eduard Thony

THONY: NACKTKULTUR, 1926. Nacktkultur (Nudism). Drawing by Eduard Thony

Background imageBreast Collection: Signe, 1912 (oil on canvas)

Signe, 1912 (oil on canvas)
659653 Signe, 1912 (oil on canvas) by Zorn, Anders Leonard (1860-1920); 90.6x61 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Signe. Anders Leonard Zorn (1860-1920). Oil on canvas. Dated 1912

Background imageBreast Collection: Beauty Revealed, 1828. Creator: Sarah Goodridge

Beauty Revealed, 1828. Creator: Sarah Goodridge
Beauty Revealed, 1828. According to descendants of the statesman Daniel Webster (1782-1852), this miniature is a self-portrait Goodridge made for him

Background imageBreast Collection: A Study, 1935. Artist: George Spencer Watson

A Study, 1935. Artist: George Spencer Watson
A Study, 1935. From Modern Masterpieces Part 1. [George Newnes Ltd, London, 1935.]

Background imageBreast Collection: Young Algerian Mother breastfeeding her infant

Young Algerian Mother breastfeeding her infant. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBreast Collection: Marble statue of Aphrodite of Milos known as Venus de Milo. From Island of Milos, Cyclades

Marble statue of Aphrodite of Milos known as Venus de Milo. From Island of Milos, Cyclades, Greece, Greek civilization
Greek civilization, 2nd century b.C. Marble statue of Aphrodite of Milos known as " Venus de Milo", circa 100 b.C. Height 202 cm. From the Island of Milos, Cyclades, Greece

Background imageBreast Collection: Erithacus rubecula, European robin

Erithacus rubecula, European robin
An European robin (Erithacus rubecula) in flight, U.K. Photographed by Frank Greenaway

Background imageBreast Collection: Tragopan melanocephala, western tragopan

Tragopan melanocephala, western tragopan
Plate 23 by Joseph Wolf from Daniel Giraud Elliots A Monograph of the Phasianid, or Family of the Pheasants, (1872)

Background imageBreast Collection: Turdus philomelos, song thrush

Turdus philomelos, song thrush
Plate 19 from Henry Eeles Dressers A History of the Birds of Europe.. (1871-96)

Background imageBreast Collection: SWORD DANCE, c1920. Olga Desmond (1891-1964) performing the Sword Dance

SWORD DANCE, c1920. Olga Desmond (1891-1964) performing the Sword Dance. Photographed c1920

Background imageBreast Collection: RENOIR: BATHERS, 1884-87. Pierre Auguste Renoir: The Bathers. Oil on canvas, 1884-87

RENOIR: BATHERS, 1884-87. Pierre Auguste Renoir: The Bathers. Oil on canvas, 1884-87

Background imageBreast Collection: DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507

DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507
DÜRER: EVE, 1507. Oil on wood by Albrecht Dürer, 1507

Background imageBreast Collection: Lesbian Couple Chatting

Lesbian Couple Chatting
Two young women, one in her underclothes, one fully dressed, relax and chat

Background imageBreast Collection: The Shoebill, Balaeniceps rex or Shoe-Billed Stork

The Shoebill, Balaeniceps rex or Shoe-Billed Stork
The majestic bird of the wetlands and an excellent fisherman is in typical green environment. It is raining. Big grey bird with big bill. Very small deep of focus. The Shoebill, balaeniceps rex

Background imageBreast Collection: London Eye illuminated pink and the River Thames, London

London Eye illuminated pink and the River Thames, London
The London Eye illuminated pink in support of the Walk the Walk Moonwalk, an overnight charity walking marathon in aid of the breast cancer charity in London

Background imageBreast Collection: Robins nesting on a bell-shaped Christmas card

Robins nesting on a bell-shaped Christmas card
Robins nesting in the snow on a bell-shaped Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageBreast Collection: Mars and Venus United by Love, 1570s. Creator: Paolo Veronese

Mars and Venus United by Love, 1570s. Creator: Paolo Veronese
Mars and Venus United by Love, 1570s

Background imageBreast Collection: Phoenicurus phoenicurus, P. ochruros, Luscinia megarhynchos

Phoenicurus phoenicurus, P. ochruros, Luscinia megarhynchos
Plate 4 from Archibald Thorburns first edition of British Birds, Vol.1 (1915)

Background imageBreast Collection: Carduelis flammea cabaret, lesser redpoll

Carduelis flammea cabaret, lesser redpoll
Plate 52 from John Goulds The Birds of Great Britain, Vol. 3 (1873). Hand coloured lithograph

Background imageBreast Collection: Kingfisher

Kingfisher
Plate 336, hand coloured copperplate etching from George Edwards The Gleanings of Natural History, Vol. 3 (1764). Annotated Crested kingfisher

Background imageBreast Collection: Erithacus rubecula, European robin

Erithacus rubecula, European robin
Watercolour by Paul Barruel (c. 1970). From Birds The Art of Ornithology by Jonathan Elphick, 2004

Background imageBreast Collection: DAPHNE AND APOLLO. Daphne, pursued by Apollo, is transformed into a laurel (bay) tree

DAPHNE AND APOLLO. Daphne, pursued by Apollo, is transformed into a laurel (bay) tree. Line engraving after a late 19th century Gobelin tapestry



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"Exploring the Art of the Breast: A Captivating Journey through Paintings and Advertisements" In Antonio Maria Fabres y Costa's painting, "The Thief, " a stolen glance reveals the allure of a woman's breast, captivating both thief and viewer alike. Paul Chabas' masterpiece, "September Morn, " delicately portrays a nude figure emerging from a serene lake, her breast subtly exposed in the early morning light. Frantisek Kupka's "Planes / Nude" showcases vibrant colors that accentuate the curves of a female form, celebrating the beauty and sensuality of breasts as an artistic subject. Jean-Jacques Lequeu's provocative work titled "Et nous aussi nous serons meres car. . " challenges societal norms by presenting male figures with exaggerated breasts, questioning traditional notions of femininity and motherhood. Paul Gauguin's iconic painting "Where Do We Come From / What Are We / Where Are We Going" depicts Polynesian women with bare breasts symbolizing fertility and connection to nature in his exploration of existential questions. An engraved English advertisement for Pears Soap from 1889 features an elegantly dressed woman showcasing her radiant complexion while discreetly emphasizing her décolletage - highlighting how even soap advertisements have historically utilized images related to breasts for commercial appeal. Edouard Manet's controversial masterpiece "Luncheon on the Grass" challenges societal conventions by depicting fully clothed men engaging in conversation with two naked women whose unabashed exposure includes their bare chests. This bold portrayal sparked debates about nudity in art during its time. From Moroccan dancers to mythical Naiads frolicking near water bodies, various forms of art celebrate movement and gracefulness while often incorporating glimpses or representations of female breasts as symbols of femininity and sensuality. Gordon Conway captures modernity in his depiction titled "Her latest dance frock.