The sexuality of women's thighs in underwear by the American artist John KaserPictolic
John Kaser (1920-1999) was an American artist who first painted in the style of abstract expressionism, but in the first half of the 1960s, his work took a sharp turn. He moved into photorealism and focused on drawing women's thighs in sexy underwear.
Thanks to his works, Kaser became a legend of photorealism: women on his canvases are like living things. In the early 1980s, he tried to draw the female body completely, but in 1988 he returned to a proven concept. Whether still lifes or landscapes, these feminine curves in lovely underwear invariably attract the eye.
The sharply cut off bodies of women in revealing underwear from the ribs to the middle of the thigh produced a rather shocking effect when the artist first presented them to the general public. However, collectors perceived his work as promising, anticipating the future shift of fashion towards sexy images.
John Cacere began his career as an artist as a follower of abstract expressionism. But in 1963, he began to develop a new realistic style. Later, he would be called a pioneer of photorealism, although the artist himself did not like this term.