Re: Renaissance Art for the underage--OT
- There's always the Doryphoros (Greek, 450 B.C.) although the figure
is naked, he does have the proverbial fig leaves in the front.
Failing that, Roman stuff generally has people clothed if they're
politicians or secular leaders, such as this one of Augustus
or this one of the imperial family
For paintings and such, Pompeii has some good selections of
clothed people, such as family and street scenes.
As for renaissance, try artists like Van Der Veden, Durer, and
Lippi. Of course, most artists have nudes at some point in their
career, but if you do a basic google image search, you're sure to
find some scenes from everyday life or biblial scenes of modest
people. Good luck!