Realistic Body Painting on Women

Every day I go into the studio full of joy, in the evening when obliged to stop because of darkness I can not wait for the next morning to come … if I can give my dear painting I am miserable – William-Adolphe Bouguereau.

Bouguereau way of working has not been less than the traditional. He made pencil studies and prepared detailed oil sketches first of his paintings before making a final canvas. His method of painting has helped create a striking representation of human forms. His paintings of nude women were very well because of his style of functioning.

Although rather as a realistic and mythological motifs of his art, he introduced the latest issues and new interpretations of classical themes, he painted. Very often, he chose a woman naked bodies of his subjects, but stressed the ‘art exhibition in his photo-realistic style of painting. This painting has been popular. On behalf of his client to him generously.

Like most other great artists, Bouguereau painted as the goddess of love, Venus. His

painting of Venus of birth is one of the most famous paintings by him. In addition to showing the birth of Venus, the goddess seemed to travel in a shell on the water in the ocean. In this table, he showed his natural instincts and technical knowledge of the contours of the female nude body. A human body, including a naked woman, attracts the eyes of viewers to balance proportions. Bouguereau had acquired the artistic inspiration for artists in the sixteenth century.