Artemisia (1997) refers to Artemisia Gentileschi, the first woman to make a living as an artist in the 1600s. Artemisia is played by the palette-pleasing Valentina Cervi, and she’ll have you stroking your paintbrush when she uses herself as a model. The movie opens with her in a convent checking out her cute chest to practice her life drawing. The nuns are nun too pleased, but her father, an artist himself, sees her talent (they're hard to miss in this skinful performance) and helps her start a career. Her tutor, an old horn dog, eventually gets to bed the artistic beauty in a bushtacular sex scene. The film also includes other nude models, orgies, and even an explicit gyno shot, but it's Valentina's frame that will get audiences hung.