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Episode #4: The Problem of Michelangelo's Women

Episode #4: The Problem of Michelangelo's Women

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There are lots of questions that come up in every art history classroom. We hear them over and over again. What is art, really, and how can you define it? Why is the Mona Lisa smiling? What happened to the Winged Victory's arms? And then there's one that you'll hear, or that you'll even think yourself, especially if you are a fan or scholar of Renaissance art.  Why, people ask. Why are Michelangelo's women so... un-womanly?

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Jill Burke's blog: Men With Breasts (Or Why Are Michelangelo's Men So Muscular?) Part 1

Jill Burke's blog: Men With Breasts (Or Why Are

Michelangelo's Men So Muscular?) Part 2

Episode #5: Death and Disaster, Warhol and Weegee

Episode #5: Death and Disaster, Warhol and Weegee

Episode #3: The Semi-Charmed Life of Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun

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