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In 1877, French artist Édouard Manet exhibited "Nana", a life-size portrayal of a courtesan in undergarments, standing before her fully clothed gentleman caller. The model for it was the popular courtesan Henriette Hauser.
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In 1877, French artist Édouard Manet exhibited "Nana", a life-size portrayal of a courtesan in undergarments, standing before her fully clothed gentleman caller. The model for it was the popular courtesan Henriette Hauser.

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Model (person), Model (art)

Model may refer to:

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Physical

Human models

  • Model (art), an art model
  • Model (profession), a person employed to display his or her looks or something such as a commercial product
  • Fetish model, a model who wears the clothing and/or devices of sexual fetishes
  • Promotional model, a person who interacts with consumers to draw attention to and often inform them about a product
  • Pseudo-model, (lang mo(u)) a term coined in Hong Kong for young would-be models
  • Role model, a person who serves as a behavioural or moral example to others

Nonphysical

Abstract

Applied

  • Software Architectural Model
  • Business model, a framework of the business logic of a firm
  • Causal model, an abstract model that uses cause and effect logic
  • Computer model, a computer program which attempts to simulate an abstract model of a particular system
  • Molecular model, a physicochemical or mathematical description that models the behaviour of molecules
  • Data model, a description of database structure
  • Economic model, a theoretical construct representing economic processes
  • Ecosystem model, a representation of components and flows through an ecosystem
  • Graphical model, a probabilistic model for which a graph denotes the conditional independence structure between random variables
  • Internal model, a neural process that simulates the response of the motor system in order to estimate the outcome of a motor command
  • Macroeconomic model, an economic model representing a national or regional economy
  • Mental model, a person's cognitive representation of an idea or thought process
  • Modelling (psychology), learning by imitating or observing a person's behavior
  • Model–view–controller, an architectural pattern in software engineering
  • Pension model, a model for pension system simulations and projection
  • Pre-clinical development model of a biological process, used in biological or medical research
  • Standard Model, the theory in particle physics which describes certain fundamental forces and particles
  • Statistical model, in applied statistics, a parameterized set of probability distributions
  • Mechanistic model, a description of a system in terms of its constituent parts and mechanisms
  • System model (disambiguation), any of several conceptual models that describes and represents a system
  • Toy model, a simplified system that illustrates or exhibits the same behaviour as the more complex, general system

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Titles and names

People

  • Rick Martel, professional wrestler known as "The Model"
  • Walter Model (1891–1945), German Field Marshal of World War II
  • Eddie Taubensee, baseball player who was known as "The Model" during his playing days

Groups


Artistic works

  • "Model," a song by Avail from their 1994 album Dixie (album)
  • Models, a 1999 film by Ulrich Seidl
  • "Das Model" (spelling on album: "Das Modell"; English version title: "The Model"), a song by the German band Kraftwerk. Later covered by German band Rammstein
  • The Model, novel by Norwegian writer Lars Saabye Christensen
  • Model (manhwa), a manhwa series by Lee So Young

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