The body of the female of our species is a gracious and astonishingly complex object, which can be beautiful in great measure while being at the same time infinitely variable. Therefore it is a subject for art which never gets old or tired, and indeed many fine artists up through the millennia have made entire careers centered around this subject.
Some of the paintings in this section include comments by professor Claudia Moscovici

"Why should I paint dead fish, onions, and beer glasses? Girls are so much prettier." - Marie Laurencin

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Boris Lopez
UK artist Samuel Durkin
Eolake Stobblehouse
DOMAI founder Eolake Stobblehouse
Canadian draughtsman, author of "Sweetie"
Italian artist Umbra
Stefan Bløndal
Danish artist Stefan Bløndal
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The Stone Ladies of Copenhagen, Denmark
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Victoria Jeffery, fine artist from the UK
On calendars and posters we have always found some very pleasant girls
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Scott Howden, excellent watercolor artist
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Philo Vivero, drawings and fractals

Victor Issa, sculptures

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Derek Jones, fine artist from the UK
And yet more:)
Boris Lopez
Belgian artist Thierry Bonnaffe
Bernard Tate
Australian painter Bernard Tate

More art in the first Domai Art Contest results

Lots more art in the Second Domai Art Contest results

Using photos in art
Our policies about artists using Domai photos for inspiration.

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"Finding God's most glorious work to be Woman, that all human beauty had been concentrated in her, I resolved to dedicate myself to painting . . . God's most glorious work, more finely than ever had been done." William Etty