The cultural Frame is the influence of society or cultural identity in artworks: race relations, gender concerns, religion & economics. This essay will cover and compare the representation of the female in the art works: fowling in the marshes and Birth of Venus. The fowling in the marshes is an art work created around 1350 BC 18th Dynasty. The size of the artwork is 98cm x 83cm and was painted by the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun. However, the birth of Venus is an art work created in 1486 by Sandro Botticelli it was created on a tempera canvas and the size is 172.5 x 278.5 cm. Fowling in the marshes from 1350 BC was created in the hunting time in the marshes in Egypt .This is more than a simple image of recreation. Fertile marshes were seen as a place of rebirth and eroticism. On the other hand, the birth of Venus was created in Italy during the 14th and 15th centuries, a new way of thinking and learning emerged. Writers, philosophers and artists became very interested in representing reality and nature in that time. The cultural group represented in the fowling in the marshes is the old ancient Egyptians which are Black Nubian Egyptians. The scene in the artwork is depicting his afterlife painting on his tomb. It is because he thought that people would remember him by seeing this painting. Besides, he wanted to show the different of status. According to the social pyramid of 18th Dynasty Egyptian, Nebamun is a scribe and grain accountant as well as nobleman that are in the middle class.
Yet, the birth of Venus was a classical Greek and Roman artwork.