Victor

Shane Wolf
Victor, 2021.
Original drawing, charcoal, sanguine, and chalk on archival paper.
Signed at the margin.
Custom framing is available at the Gallery.

In ancient Greece, nudity began to be an important subject in art. The male body was celebrated at sports competitions and religious festivals, as it was seen as a symbol of the best aspects of humanity: strength, beauty, and athleticism. Female nudity, on the other hand, was associated with sensitivity, procreation, and fertility. Male nudity, on the other hand, was associated with triumph, glory, and moral excellence.

Shane Wolf – Off The Wall Gallery Houston, Texas.

Artwork size: 13 x 16 inches / 33 x 40.5 cm.
Inv #: AB10220
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