Discusses an epochal shift in the representation of sexuality in modern art with the images of nudes made by Cézanne. In order to discover a new way of looking at these strange works, he engages with arguments about these paintings in the writings of Meyer Schapiro, Tamar Garb, and T. J. Clark.
176p. Measures 10.5×9.5 inches. 42 color and 47 black-and-white illustrations.