From artist’s muse to school art class, professional life models explore their role in the creative process. Freyia Lilian, Valentina Rock, Sue Tilley and Morimda Tassembedo discuss the qualities they need to do their job and how they connect emotionally with artists, with particular reference to Modigliani and the women he painted nude.
Is there more to life modelling than posing nude?
Discover the confidence and creativity needed to undress in the name of art
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