How people see arts can be brought within their reach. Therefore, the credibility of an art can be improved by analyzing an art from a significant number of people.
According to Berger, women and men have different types of social presence. Traditionally, men have been evaluated by the degree of power they may be possessing. Also, the power may be in a number of various forms including economic, moral or economic status. On the other hand, a woman indicates the various activities that can be or cannot be done to her. Therefore, representation of women in art is closely related to what women are seen in real life (Berger 18).
Additionally, Berger points out those women are the main subject of the European painting of the nude. According to Berger, the nude illustration of a woman represents the biblical story of Adam and Eve. Sometimes the representation of women in arts is accused of vanity, when in reality they may satisfy the desires of men. He also makes a clear distinction of women representation of arts. He says that “To be naked is to be oneself. To be nude is to be seen naked by other and yet not he recognized for oneself. A naked body has to be seen as an object in order to become nude.” (Berger