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-'''''Ingres's Violin''''' (French: ''Le violon d'Ingres'') is a [[1924]] gelatin silver print photograph by [[Man Ray]] portraying [[Alice Prin]] (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in the pose of the ''[[Valpinçon Bather]]''. Man Ray photographically [[superimpose]]d sound holes, or f holes, onto the photograph of the back of a [[female nude]], making the woman's body resemble that of a [[violin]].+'''''Ingres's Violin'''''[http://jahsonic.tumblr.com/post/11620086079/le-violon-dingres-ingress-violin-french-le] (French: ''Le violon d'Ingres'') is a [[1924]] [[gelatin silver print]] photograph by [[Man Ray]] portraying [[Alice Prin]] (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in the pose of ''[[The Valpinçon Bather]]'', a painting by French artist Ingres. Man Ray photographically [[superimpose]]d sound holes, or [[f hole]]s, onto the photograph of the back of a [[female nude]], making the woman's body resemble that of a [[violin]].
-== External links ==+It was Ingres's well-known passion for playing the [[violin]] which gave to the French language a [[colloquialism]], "''violon d'Ingres''", meaning a second [[skill]] beyond the one by which a person is mainly known.
-*''[http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=61240 Le violon d'Ingres]''{{GFDL}}+==See also==
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Ingres's Violin[1] (French: Le violon d'Ingres) is a 1924 gelatin silver print photograph by Man Ray portraying Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in the pose of The Valpinçon Bather, a painting by French artist Ingres. Man Ray photographically superimposed sound holes, or f holes, onto the photograph of the back of a female nude, making the woman's body resemble that of a violin.

It was Ingres's well-known passion for playing the violin which gave to the French language a colloquialism, "violon d'Ingres", meaning a second skill beyond the one by which a person is mainly known.

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