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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. We want to do something about it now because we have forgotten about it for so long. Gannaway also described the painting—and others like it—as old-fashioned for depicting women "either as passive beautiful objects or femmes fatales.
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    Gallery Nixes Naked Nymphs Because #MeToo

    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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    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 Hylas , based 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.