Man at His Bath

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Caillebotte, in quest of unconventional realism, is led here to represent masculine nudity. A frequent theme in mythological scenes, male nudes were then totally idealized. The painter, on the contrary, chooses a scene of everyday life. A young man emerges from the bath in an austere room without any decoration.The man seems to be seen by surprise, from his back, which produces an impression of vulnerability.

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