This paper explores the tradition of life drawing in Venice before the Academy of Fine Arts was officially opened in 1750. It delves into the practice of copy from the antiques, dissecting of corpses and life drawing activity in Venetian ateliers from the early Renaissance to the XVIII century, comparing it with what happened in other Italian cities and underlining one of its peculiar aspects, the presence of women as models in Venetian “academies”.

La Scuola del Nudo: dagli studi dei pittori alle sale dell'Accademia

Alessio Pasian
2015

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This paper explores the tradition of life drawing in Venice before the Academy of Fine Arts was officially opened in 1750. It delves into the practice of copy from the antiques, dissecting of corpses and life drawing activity in Venetian ateliers from the early Renaissance to the XVIII century, comparing it with what happened in other Italian cities and underlining one of its peculiar aspects, the presence of women as models in Venetian “academies”.
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