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...es abound in Pre-Raphaelite art of the time, and are frequently seen in works by Dante Gabriel Rossetti ... Body image: self-esteem, body image in the media, women's ... ... . Rossetti was a member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, a movement that challenged 'the Academy-based training with a vision that looked back to medieval and early-Italian art for inspiration' and held the 'aspiration to be true to nature and moral in ... The women in Renaissance art are beautiful, have long hair, wide hips, and tend to be on the heavier side. The reason is that all of these traits were meant to indicate that the woman was fertile, and fertili ... The controversial women's body. Images and representations ... ... . The reason is that all of these traits were meant to indicate that the woman was fertile, and fertility was one of the most defining traits of beauty around this time. cultural debates and the politics of representation. These new sets of questions relative to female representation revolutionised the whole concept of art history by revealing its bias in the representation of the female body and women artists. Whereas prior to the first half of the 20th century, the reading of historical GENDER ROLE STEREOTYPING AND ART INTERPRETATION . by Elizabeth Ann Bloomfield ... LITERATURE REVIEW ... perceive the images of art that are presented to them. We live in a digital society that allows for so many more images to be a part of our daily lives. This one-day conference held on International Women's Day 2014 assesses the ways in which women's physical form has been depicted in artworks from the nineteenth century to the present day. "Lucky I have nice hands if nothing else," says Ella at last, very dry. He comes to her, picks up her hands, kisses them, wearily, rake-like: "Beautiful… Extensive literature has focused on the media influences on the body images of women. This is a quantitative study that examines the relationship between the impact that media has had on women and their body image as adolescents, as well as their current relationship with the media and their body image. It also examines if women feel that the Glamour.com explores women's body image issues including self-esteem, representations of women's bodies in the media, eating disorders, and women's... Mental imagery (varieties of which are sometimes colloquially refered to as "visualizing," "seeing in the mind's eye," "hearing in the head," "imagining the feel of," etc.) is quasi-perceptual experience; it resembles perceptual experience, but occurs in the absence of the appropriate external stimuli.It is also generally understood to bear intentionality (i.e., mental images ......