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        Thomas Eakins | Eakins Resigns 1886

        During one of his anatomy lectures at the Pennsylvania Academy, Eakins removes a loincloth from a male model, in the presence of women students. After receiving complaints, Edward H. Coates, Chairman of the Committee on Instruction, writes to Eakins, asking him to tender his resignation as Director of the Schools and Professor of Painting.

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