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Giorgione: La Venere dormiente, Venere di Dresda, 1507-1510, The Sleeping Venus, aka the Dresden Venus (1697 sold to Augustus II, the disaster king of Poland)
"Venus’ reclining position in Giorgione’s painting may have been inspired by contemporaneous nymph imagery and ancient sculptures of the sleeping Ariadne. Even poets echoed the advice of female masturbation in their invocations of the goddess. Thus, this was an appropriate representation of the goddess. Especially since, she rules over fertility, marriage, and conception." Giorgione’s Sleeping Venus: Function, Influences, and Inspiration by Kendra Alexson, 2013
The world's largest monument to the female syntribating: The sleeping Ariadne, The Medici Sleeping Ariadne, L'Arianna dormiente, L'Arianna addormentata
"Venus feigns sleep while curling her fingers. The fingers of a sleeping person are unflexed. This sign of muscular activity makes the scene much more sexually stimulating than the scene of a passive nude. It implicates the male voyeur in shared secrets about arousal: the female is more aroused when observed; the male is more aroused when the female is teasing him with feigned sleep" The Masturbating Venuses of Raphael, Giorgione, Titian, Ovid, Martial, and Poliziano by David Lang Clark, 2005, Aurora, The Journal of the History of Art Aurora
Tiziano: La Venere di Urbino, 1538, Titian: The Venus of Urbino
The Venus of Urbino stimulating her clitoris with her left index finger (and her left thumb?) in order to teach the buyer's wife how to facilitate conception during marital intercourse. She is confident doing it right as her nipples are erect and sex flush can be noticed. The painting was intended as a "model" for sexual education of 14 years old Giulia Varano, the wife of the Duke Guidobaldo II della Rovere, married to him at 10, and waited until her first menstruation occured to be subjected to consummation of her child marriage. The painting was commissioned by the scion of the Duchy of Urbino Guidobaldo II della Rovere, who in March 1538 urged insistently his agent in Venice for the purchase of a " naked woman" by Titian. The dog is a symbol of hedonetropism. Hedonetropism is an innate tendency of doing something again and again what gives pleasure, in response to pleasant stimulants. The Dog as a Symbol of Hedonetropism in paintings of Jan Havickszoon Steen ( c. 1626 – 1679)
"For Titian, female chastity and sexuality are not antagonistic but sympathetic, interactive aspects of the bride's character" Titian's Venus of Urbino by Rona Goffen, 1977
Tiziano Liggie Venere 1540 -1565, Titian The Liggie Venus
According to Wikipaintings, two years after completing the Venus of Urbino, i.e. in 1540, Titian started the Liggie Venus and took 25 years to study and depict early adolescent female masturbation the artistic way: a cheeky although embarassed model (red ears and face) with erythromelalgia / Raynaud's phenomenon (not uncommon in her age stress-triggered vascular reactions), folding a bedsheet like she was stroking the shaft of her clitoris under the hood. What could be any other explanation of her gesture placed in the central position of the painting? What now could be considerd by many as pornography, 500 years ago was painted by top artist of all time, famous also for his religious works. Not everybody recognizes such visual stimuli as attractive sexual stimulants. Mastubation is far lesser evil than fornication forcibly imposed in XXI century on teenagers who are state - sluttified to be exploited by sex-obsessed maniacs.