Female Nude, 1916′ by the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani is on loan from the Courtauld Gallery, London.
When the painting was initially shown in Paris a century ago it created a scandal.
An exhibition containing it and a number of other Modigliani nudes was closed by the French police.
However, the reception for the masterpiece on its first day of public display in Belfast was much warmer.
“Of all the various nudes that he did, this is one of the most important,” one early viewer told BBC News NI.[ . . . ]
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