St. Agnes's Eve
Source: Academy Architecture
Keats's “The Eve of St. Agnes” is certainly an erotically charged poem, and painterly illustrations of the poem, such as that by Millais, show the young women in the midst of undressing, this sculptor's nude statuette emphasizes the body more than earlier illustrations.
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