Most times people go to a museum to admire the work of the painter/period etc. and not to be told what to like or what is wrong or not. Is it wrong, one can wonder, looking at female bodies in painting? Women who've posed for the painter, who probably have been paid, may it not been much in those days, the muses of those painters who we can watch still.
Of course it is good to stand still and wonder about it, or have the conversation, but to take away a beautiful painting to start the conversation? Isn't it a bit going to far? I think it is so for today admire these brave beautiful naked women in all their nudity!
The painting in question;
John William Waterhouse-Hylas and the water nymphs 1896
Henrietta Rae-Hylas and the Water Nymphs 1909
Gustav Klimt-Judith 1901
Edward John Poynter-Cave of the Storm Nymphs 1903
Jules-Joseph Lefebvre-Chloe 1862
John William Godward - The Tepidarium 1913