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Updated February 01, Manchester Art Gallery has removed a painting of young naked female nymphs tempting a man to his doom to "prompt conversation about how we display and interpret artworks". Topics: art-historypaintingengland.

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You are now logged in. Forgot your password? The Manchester Art Gallery has removed a John William Waterhouse painting, "Hylas and the Nymphs," due to concerns that the artwork—which depicts young, nude white women alongside the Greek hero Hylas—is no longer suitable in a post MeToo world.

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Hylas and the Nymphs is an oil painting by John William Waterhouse. The painting depicts a moment from the Greek and Roman legend of the tragic youth Hylasbased on accounts by Ovid and other ancient writers, in which the enraptured Hylas is abducted by Naiads female water nymphs while seeking drinking water. Hylas and the Nymphs is exhibited in the Manchester Art Gallery.

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An art gallery has taken down a painting depicting naked nymphs "to prompt conversations about how we display and interpret artworks". Manchester Art Gallery took down the painting of JW Waterhouse's Hylas and the Nymphs and replaced it with a notice informing people that a temporary space has been left to start a conversation about what's "relevant in the 21st century". The gallery's curator of contemporary art, Clare Gannaway, says it is not about censorship, but the aim is to provoke debate. They are using their power to veto art in a public collection," he said.

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We use cookies to improve our service for you. You can find more information in our data protection declaration. The gallery has stirred some hot debate after it uninstalled a well-known 19th-century work featuring nude adolescent girls from its permanent exhibition.

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This is the question being posed by Manchester Art Gallery, which has courted controversy by removing John William Waterhouse's Hylas and the Nymphs from its walls. Instead, the hand-wringing seems to surround the room the painting normally hangs in, titled 'In Pursuit of Beauty'. Gannaway said the name was a bad one, and confirmed to the Guardian that the MeToo and Time's Up movement were in mind when the decision to take the Waterhouse out of it was made.

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It is a painting that shows pubescent, naked nymphs tempting a handsome young man to his doom, but is it an erotic Victorian fantasy too far, and one which, in the current climate, is unsuitable and offensive to modern audiences? Postcards of the painting will be removed from sale in the shop. Members of the public have stuck Post-it notes around the notice giving their reaction.

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E very day, in museums all over the world, paintings are put up and taken down. More often than not, this activity takes place pretty much unannounced and unnoticed. In most cases, the decisions that inform this activity are made by professional museum curators behind closed doors.

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An art gallery in England turned a 19th-century painting into a commentary on contemporary culture last month by removing it altogether. It shows Hylas, a companion of the mythological hero Heracles, being lured into a lily pond by seven naked young women. The women were nymphs and Hylas did not make it out alive, according to the Greek myth on which the painting is based.

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