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"African Nude" (1980)
This piece by James Lesesne Wells draws inspiration from the style of odalisques, the sexualized renderings of female slaves in the Ottoman Empire popularized during the 19th century. (Photo: Courtesy National Gallery of Art, nga.gov)
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