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Flamingo Kids 3 by Sebastian Mader | Trunk Archive
from $ 1,799
Voluptuary by Benjamin Kaufmann
from $ 1,299
Kate by Renaud Delorme
from $ 1,299
Sunrise by Dani Olivier
from $ 649
Cabaret #3, 7 - Diptych by Miles Aldridge
from $ 499
A Dazzling Beauty #4 by Miles Aldridge
from $ 910
Naomi Campbell by Michel Comte
from $ 899
Penélope Cruz by Michel Comte
from $ 899
Yellow Flash by "veruschka" Vera Lehndorff&holger Trülzsch
from $ 699
Cate Blanchett by Nick Leary
from $ 599
Sylvie´s Muses by Sylvie Blum
from $ 799
Big Cat by Sylvie Blum
from $ 799
Snake by "veruschka" Vera Lehndorff&holger Trülzsch
from $ 699
Mimi Rogers by Michel Comte
from $ 599
The Scarf by Sylvie Blum
from $ 849
Walking Nudes by Sylvie Blum
from $ 799
Angela rides the Lion by Sylvie Blum
from $ 949
SHANGHAI 5 by Klaus Thymann
from $ 449
SHANGHAI 6 by Klaus Thymann
from $ 649
SHANGHAI 9 by Klaus Thymann
from $ 449
Sveta, Submarine, D2 "Narodovolets" by Olaf Martens
from $ 599
Phoenix by Dallae Bae
from $ 549
With Yves coat II by Efren Isaza
from $ 1,799
Pool by Alexander Straulino | Trunk Archive
from $ 999
Allison, Lotte, Miranda, Maia and Vanessa; Montalivet, France, 2001 by Jock Sturges | Trunk Archive
from $ 899
Little miss Newton by Andreas Kock
from $ 649
Little miss Newton II by Andreas Kock
from $ 449
Little miss Newton III by Andreas Kock
from $ 649
Aida by Lukas Dvorak
from $ 449
Lago di Como by Lukas Dvorak
from $ 649
Indian Autumn by Lukas Dvorak
from $ 649
Salon du Temple by Iris Brosch
from $ 849
Greta I by René & Radka
from $ 599
These Boots #2, Jindrich Novotny by Joachim Baldauf
from $ 1,599
Carousel by Miles Aldridge
from $ 11,800
Carousel by Miles Aldridge
from $ 17,200
Black Snap by Manuel Pandalis
from $ 799
Transparent by Zoltán Tombor
from $ 799
Red Carpet by Zoltán Tombor
from $ 799
7080 by Manuel Pandalis
from $ 799
Frauenzimmer #1, Supertotto by Joachim Baldauf
from $ 799
Self-Identification  by Kristina Varaksina
from $ 849
body network 4 by Michael Papendieck
from $ 499
Angel by Lilya Corneli
from $ 499
Maia; Montalivet, France, 1992 by Jock Sturges | Trunk Archive
from $ 899
Gaëlle; Montalivet, France, 1996 by Jock Sturges | Trunk Archive
from $ 899
Maia; Montalivet, France, 1992 by Jock Sturges | Trunk Archive
from $ 899
Nude by Alexander Straulino | Trunk Archive
from $ 999
Le Violon d'Ingres, 1924 by Man Ray
from $ 429
Maria Ley im Rokoko by Madame D'ora
from $ 189
Single IV Homage to Veruschka by Dallae Bae
from $ 599
Jens’ hand on Clemens back by Nan Goldin
from $ 3,909
Guido floating by Nan Goldin
from $ 4,589
Untitled by Nobuyoshi Araki
from $ 4,530
"Halbakt mit Perlenkette" by Alexis Gouin
from $ 189
"Lesende Schöne" by Bruno Braquehais
from $ 189
Callas by Sylvie Blum
from $ 549
up to the limit by Sylvie Blum
from $ 549
Elisabeth by Sylvie Blum
from $ 499
Red Salon II by Sylvie Blum
from $ 449
Kaisersuite by Sylvie Blum
from $ 449
Discus I by Sylvie Blum
from $ 399
Discus II by Sylvie Blum
from $ 399
Renate G. by Günter Rössler
from $ 599
Cornelia by Günter Rössler
from $ 549
Heidrun by Günter Rössler
from $ 599
Katrin D. by Günter Rössler
from $ 549
Katrin D. by Günter Rössler
from $ 599
3 Mädchen by Günter Rössler
from $ 599
Teresa staring by Efren Isaza
from $ 749
Lake by Sylvie Blum
from $ 449
Jaime Rishar IV by Michel Comte
from $ 699
Katya, Ulyana, Sveta, Muzykalnaya Komediya by Olaf Martens
from $ 599
Lucy Liu by Michel Comte
from $ 599
Sonia Braga by Michel Comte
from $ 599
Single III Homage to Veruschka by Dallae Bae
from $ 599
Single II Homage to Veruschka by Dallae Bae
from $ 599
Shared Water I by Michel Comte
from $ 599
Chanel Story by Michel Comte
from $ 599
Geisha Story by Michel Comte
from $ 599

Discover the Human Form: Nude Art at LUMAS

If a naked body is one deprived of clothes, a nude, by contrast, is the body liberated and in its purest state. One of the most controversial, yet long-standing subjects, art nudes are much more than the male and female form – they represent the spectrum of human emotion and the transcendence of body language. Both instantly relatable and intriguingly foreign, the fine art nudes at LUMAS explore this intimate topic.

A Brief History of Nude Art

The nude is a central feature of Western art. A preoccupation of the ancient Greeks, nude art experienced a revival in the Middle Ages with the Renaissance movement. Iconic works such as Michelangelo's “David” reintroduced the male form, whereas “The Birth of Venus” by Sandro Botticelli revived the female figure. Following these masterpieces, the fascination with classically themed nude art remained popular subject for artists until the end of the 19th century. Since then, contemporary art has moved toward representations free from classicism and idealization. Now the body is an open subject, often stark and revealing, nude art continues to push our notions of gender and identity.

The 20th century also saw the introduction of new media, like photography, wherein the nude has figured heavily as a subject. When it was claimed that photography couldn’t be considered fine art, the earliest monochrome art nudes mimicked high-art forms or alluded to classical representations that were popular in paintings of the same era. However, as the century progressed, experimental art nudes, often black and white photos of women, became more widespread. Fine art nudes in photography explore both the intimacy and universality of the body. At LUMAS, our photography portfolio includes iconic works by established artists as well as the cutting edge aesthetics of promising newcomers.

We believe art is for everyone. Owning a genuine, rare piece of art is an incredible experience. It is therefore our mission to share this feeling with the world. With over 3,000 works in our collection, it’s the ideal place for those looking to explore fine art nudes throughout the decades. We also offer limited edition, hand-signed works by established names and talented up-and-coming photographers. Expertly curated and ready to order. We make it easy to find the nude art you’re looking for. Simple, honest, and personal – that is what you can expect with nude art from LUMAS.

Our Unique Quality Concept

At LUMAS, our unique quality concept is what sets us apart. When you buy one of our nude art prints, you are purchasing a work of art in LUMAS quality. We work with specialists at WhiteWall to produce the best possible finished product. Our fine art nude prints are created using the most modern processes available. Not only is the finished product superior in quality, it’s also incredibly durable.

At LUMAS, our emphasis is on owning authentic artwork. We pair limited editions with the latest technologies. For our nude art photography, we use high-tech exposure systems and develop using traditional photo chemicals. Naturally, we use top of the line photo papers that are ideal for producing long-lasting, high-quality images. Your art nude photograph will retain its brilliance for generations.

Framed Fine Art Nudes at LUMAS

We work with the artists and craftsmen to find the frame that complements your piece. Every frame produced by WhiteWall is made to measure and built to last. Constructed from solid wood or matte aluminum, these frames are a visual delight. For a clean, contemporary look, we also do frameless mounting. First the image is mounted onto a lightweight aluminium composite panel (Dibond) of the exact same size, and then a UV-protective laminate or acrylic glass is applied to protect the work from damage. Bold and simple, it’s the ideal way to present your chosen nude art piece.

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