Durer's Adam and Eve, 1501. Adam is nude. He is represented as the
hyper steroid-driven body builder, heavily muscled with zero body fat. His
head is small compared to his shoulder line and his legs are narrow to show
off the sinewy tendons. He seems to elegantly float above the ground. Eve is
naked. Her body is pear shaped with cellulite; her arms are scrawny. Her face
is not ideal, rather it looks like an actual woman the artist may have known
(perhaps his wife). Eve is age-specific (in her 40's?). The double standard
in this print reflects chauvinist attitudes in Germany around 1500.