This art history DVD video is all about the societal and art world attitudes toward nude art in Victorian era England. Alison Smith from the Tate Britain Art Gallery is interviewed for the program and discusses how the classical nude in Victorian England was more focused on spiritual expression. Artwork shown in this informational video has works by many notable Victorian period artists to give plenty of examples to the viewer. This DVD would be enjoyably engaging for many people, especially art history students, art students, Victorian art classrooms, Victorian era history classes, and anyone with a strong desire to learn more about Victorian England art and about nude art in Victorian England in particular. If you fall into any of these categories consider checking out this interesting look at Victorian nude art.
(Thirty-Seven Minutes Long)