Nude paintings make me think about how beautiful women truly are, and how men obsess over their physical features. In this classic oil painting series by Serge Marshennikov, sleeping women are featured. Some with clothes on and some with breasts revealed.
One might think the subjects may have been drugged before painted, but really, I have no idea about the women he may have used as subjects to his paintings, and I guess if ever he had subjects to his paintings they all consented seeing the genius that he is.A little warning to minors. This post may contain paintings of lady parts that your parents do not want you to see.
My advice: Stroll along. This is art not porn, so you have an excuse right there.
Serge Marshennikov was born in Bashkiria, USSR in the year 1971. He is an art nephilim who started creating wonderful artworks since childhood. He graduated from Ufa College Art, went on to continue his studies at The Repin Academy of Fine Arts at Saint Petersburg and was offered a post-graduate opportunity at the studio of the Academician.
Influenced by the works of Andrew Wyeth and Lucian Freud, Serge’s paintings have been auctioned over at Christie’s of London and Bonham’s in Knightsbridge. His works are displayed in the Museum of Modern Art in El Paso, Grace Museum in Abilene and in other prestigious art collections all over Russia, England, Denmark, France and Japan.
See more of Serge Marshennikov’s paintings HERE.