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Exotic Painting[1] is the title of a visual culture blog specialized in exotic painting, a genre of painting whose roots are in neoclassical painting and academic art. Subjects range from exotic Romanticism to late 19th century and early 20th century exoticism. These paintings were produced by a a class of artists which, according to Sexuality in Western Art succeeded in providing titillation without losing bourgeois respectability, the right combination of innocence and knowingness, and for example, in paintings of Roman decadence, the right combination of erotic stimulation and the need for immorality condemned. It is no surprise to find the theme of the captive female so prominent in their paintings.

Many of these painters were indebted to Ingres for the clean surfaces of their Neoclassical finish, but to Romanticism for their choice in exotic subject matter, such as harems and captive women.

As of November 2010, it was labeled with the following categories

Allegory (2) , Amaury-Duval (1) , Amoedo (1) , Art Nouveau (2) , Bacchante (2) , Bathsheba (2) , Bazille (1) , Benda (1) , Boldini (2) , Borgoni (1) , Bouchard (1) , Boucher (1) , Bouguereau (3) , Bridgman (1) , Bukovac (1) , Bussière (5) , Cabanel (2) , Chantron (1) , Chassériau (3) , Clairin (2) , Classical (5) , Cleopatra (2) , Collier (1) , Comerre (2) , Danae (2) , David (1) , Delacroix (1) , Delaroche (2) , Diana (1) , Dinet (2) , Draper (2) , Enjolras (1) , Eva (1) , Falero (5) , Feuerbach (1) , George Moreau (1) , girls (1) , Girodet (1) , Godward (3) , Gossaert (1) , Guérin (1) , Gérôme (4) , Hacker (2) , harem (10) , Henri (1) , Herbo (1) , History (1) , Judgement of Paris (1) , Klimt (1) , Lefebvre (5) , Lefler (1) , Leyendecker (1) , Lindsay (4) , Makart (2) , Manierism (1) , Masriera (1) , Massys (2) , McGinnis (1) , Mengin (1) , Merle (1) , Moore (1) , mythology (9) , Natoire (1) , Neo-Rococo (7) , Nymph (3) , odalisque (19) , orientalism (9) , Pandora (1) , Pereira da Silva (1) , Picot (1) , Picou (1) , Pin-Up (1) , Psyche (1) , Rae (1) , Regnault (1) , Rixens (1) , Rococo (3) , Romantic (2) , Rosati (1) , Royer (1) , Rubens (1) , Russell Flint (1) , Saliger (1) , Salome (2) , Schnorr von Carolsfeld (1) , Seignac (6) , Shaw (1) , Slaves (1) , Sorolla (1) , Franz von Stuck (1) , Symbolism (1) , Szyndler (1) , Sáenz Sáenz (1) , Tanoux (2) , Tiziano (1) , Trouillebert (1) , Vamp (2) , Venus (5) , Vigée-Lebrun (1) , Weeks (1) , Weguelin (2) , Werff (1) , Wright (1) , Zatzka (3)

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