In her post, "Famous Works of Art Censored for Sensitive Types," Marina Galperina suggests that "there are some seriously sexy paintings in art history that must be cleaned up." Galperina realizes that "we can’t get them all" but provides a small gallery of famous works that have been censored for stress-free public viewing. It's Galperina's contribution to eliminate public pornography by doing some "much needed censoring, before the next art attack."
The following are just four examples from her effort to block unfit images from unsuspecting viewers.
To view all fourteen, click here.
|Creation of Adam by Michelangelo|
|The Salon 1 by Otto Dix|
|Blue Flower and Red Canna by Georgia O'Keeffe|
|Reclining Nude by Modigliani|
Meanwhile at the National Gallery, I wonder what they're going to do to make Two Tahitian Women more acceptable to the more sensitive members of the general public. Perhaps they should drape the entire painting until a politically acceptable resolution is achieved.
Pro-modesty people beware, a temporary uncensored photo of Gauguin's homoerotic painting follows this sentence. If you must look down, please use your finger to cover the offensive parts of this painting.