|Playboy's Miss June 1984 Liz Stewart|
|Playboy Model Carlotta Champagne|
As an artist, I've found that I rarely draw full frontal nudes anymore; however, I am still drawn to those women who prefer to grow some hair in their pubic area. As noted by the examples listed here, these are some favorite pieces of art that feature the models with some form of pubic hair. Is it less than fine art? Is it pornographic? Our cultures definitions of beauty have changed immensely in the past generation, from the full hourglass figure personified by Marilyn Monroe to the slim, but full busted and shaved models of today.
|Client Commission of "Amber"|
Pubic hair in art has been come and gone, according to this article in Wikipedia. Perhaps the fact that it hasn't been shown in early Western art is like early animators creating only 4 fingers instead of five--it was just easier.
What are your thoughts? Do you like to see art of nude females with or without pubic hair?