5 edition of Venus with biceps found in the catalog.
Venus with biceps
David L. Chapman
|Statement||David L. Chapman & Patricia Vertinsky|
|Contributions||Vertinsky, Patricia Anne, 1942-|
|LC Classifications||HQ1219 .C472 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||359 p. :|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||2011379881|
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Also: Patricia Vertinsky's introduction was the most elucidating and dynamically written part of the book/5. Reviews. With over full-colour and black and white illustrations, many of which have never before been published, Venus with Biceps is a compelling and impactful book about expectations, assumptions, image, and the ever impressive ability of some women to pursue whatever they want despite external pressures.
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This welcome book is interspersed with chapters outlining the limited perceptions placed on women’s bodies and how they have progressed, regressed and progressed again.
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Chapman puts it, muscular women 'risk being seen as dangerous.'" —People magazine "A truly fascinating tour of the hardbodied heroines of the photographic age I opened the book prepared to gawk at the weirdness of a past when most women were tiny /5(17).
"A celebration of female strength, Venus with Biceps proves that today’s hard-arm look dates way backeven if, as coauthor David L. Chapman puts it, muscular women 'risk being seen as dangerous.'"People magazine "A truly fascinating tour of the hardbodied heroines of the photographic age I opened Venus with biceps book book prepared to gawk at the weirdness of a past when most women were tiny, fluffy.
Featuring some full-color and black-and-white illustrations, many never before published, Venus with biceps is a beautiful and historically significant book about gender, image, social expectations, and female power."--Back cover.
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It features a wealth of photographs, posters, line drawings. The book uses skeletal finds to explain how one human species overlapped with another. In addition, little-known anthropomorphic sculpture from the Paleolithic is presented to illustrate the physical evolution of man and aspects of prehistoric behavior similar to modern man, with a careful consideration of how human intelligence evolved.
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An organization called Handicap International did just that, however, and fitted a replica of the Venus de Milo with a pair of 3D printed prosthetic arms. The goddess now stands with her right arm. Featuring some full-color and black-and-white illustrations, many never before published, Venus with Biceps is a beautiful and historically significant book about gender, image, social expectations, and female power.
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Archived. It's related to the topic, but not the book. I'll try and scan some of the images. A few are very inspiring and would be on topic for us here at xxfit. Venus with Biceps. This looks like a great new book that would nicely complement our regular thread on female bodybuilders.
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David L. Chapman has collected memorabilia, advertising, erotica, and other ephemera portraying women with muscles, often nude.
Description. The Venus de Milo's arms are missing, for unknown reasons. [page needed] There is a filled hole below her right breast that originally contained a metal tenon that would have supported the separately carved right ery and history Discovery.
It is generally asserted that the Venus de Milo was discovered on 8 April by a peasant named Yorgos Kentrotas, inside a buried. The theme of Venus at Vulcan’s forge was a favorite of Boucher, who painted it many times. This version shows the moment, in the eighth book of Virgil’s Aeneid, when Venus collects the weapons that she has seduced Vulcan into making.
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Reception. The novel received mix reviews from critics. Publishers Weekly opined that "The risible title is arguably the best thing about Brown's latest comic novel", noting that fans of Brown might well enjoy Venus Envy, but that first-time readers are bound to be disappointed.
The Kirkus review found an excess of platitudes in the text, but also that Brown's "sexual frankness and flippant. Regardless, though Venus’ arms have been lost over the centuries, her eternal beauty remains intact. This art moment — a sampling of how we share our love of art in our tours — is an excerpt from the new, full-color coffee-table book, “Europe’s Top Masterpieces,” by Rick Steves and Gene Openshaw.
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