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January 05, 2010
Everyone was chunky. An era in art I never really cared for. Which is shame because there was a great deal of it on display at the Ringling art museum in Sarasota.
January 05, 2010
Not a fan of the Rococo style, Queenie. You probably wouldn't like the Baroque nudes either.
January 05, 2010
looks pretty epic. I've almost forgotten that before illustrations of women were portrayed as a little chunky with meat...nowadays it is all about luscious curves.
January 05, 2010
I kind of miss that. Today, all people care about is how thin and busty a woman is. The media of today portrays the feminine ideal as these paper thin people with huge breasts and it sends a terrible message to young girls.
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