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I suggest changing the picture. If a nude man can't be shown (but then this should be applied to the article Sculpture, specifically to the image of David), then use either another pic or the same pic, but cut from the waist. Covering some bodyparts was common in Rinascimental times, but it was done by professional artists, who devoted their whole professional life to that mission. Putting a blurb like that just attract undue attention by children and is an offense to the painter. --SilvioB 19:02, 2 September 2008 (EDT)