“Make[s] the case for a more diverse approach to a timeless subject.” (Gallery + Studio)
“An in-depth look at our contemporary and historical fixation with the body and the nude.” (The Huffington Post)
“Though today’s nude is confrontational, the effect is rarely distancing; instead, Borzello concludes, its honesty forges an emotional bond between artist and viewer.” (Art & Auction)
About the Author
Frances Borzello has specialized in the social history of art since obtaining her doctorate at the University of London. She has published many books including The Naked Nude, A World of Our Own: Women as Artists, and At Home: The Domestic Interior in Art. She lives in England.