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Our Keys to Success: Nudity, Warhol, and Celebrities


It's Museum Blogs day, which seems like the perfect time to take a look back at our own blog and see what's kept you—our loyal readers—coming back for more over the last 4+ years. And apparently, nudity has been the key.

Our most-read post tells the story of Rolla (pictured above) from last year's blockbuster exhibition Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity and our second most-read post provides a closer look at a censored print of the god Apollo (and admittedly has a quite provocative title). Thankfully, that's not all you're interested in. You also like Warhol, celebrity look-alikes, and commonly asked questions. Click through for your reading pleasure and thanks for stopping by! We'll do our best to keep the nudity coming, but leave us a comment and let us know what you'd like to read more about. We love special requests!

1. When the Corset Hits the Floor, July 12, 2013

2. Last Chance for Renaissance Porn, July 5, 2011

3. Institute vs. Institvte, April 27, 2012

4. Celebrity Doppelgängers, May 22, 2013

5. Andy Warhol Polaroid GIFs, August 6, 2013

Image Credit: Henri Gervex. Rolla, 1878. Musée d’Orsay, bequest of M. Béradi, 1926, LUX 1545.