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Franz von Bayros, The Serenade (But Later We Will Play Something More Innocent), the series La Grenouillere, 1907 , esbianism in art

Franz von Bayros, The Serenade (But Later We Will Play Something More Innocent), the series La Grenouillere, 1907 , esbianism in art

vincent van gogh death Vincent van Gogh, Village street and stairs in Auvers with figures, May 1890 The Saint Louis Art Museum, Van Gogh's Death

vincent van gogh death Vincent van Gogh, Village street and stairs in Auvers with figures, May 1890 The Saint Louis Art Museum, Van Gogh's Death

Catherine Parr, attributed to William Scrots, National Portrait Gallery, London wives henry VIII

Catherine Parr, attributed to William Scrots, National Portrait Gallery, London wives henry VIII

Portrait of a princess, possibly Catherine of Aragon, circa 1502, by Michael Sittow. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. wives henry VIII

Katherine of Aragon by Michael Sittow (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien)

Late Elizabethan portrait of Anne Boleyn, possibly derived from a lost original of 1533–36, 1570, National Portrait Gallery, London wives henry VIII

Late Elizabethan portrait of Anne Boleyn, possibly derived from a lost original of National Portrait Gallery, London wives henry VIII

Jeff Koons, Lobster polychromed aluminum, coated steel chain  57 7/8 x 37 x 17 1/8 inches 147 x 94 x 43.5 cm plus variable chain height © Jeff Koons Edition of 3 plus AP 2003

Jeff Koons, Lobster polychromed aluminum, coated steel chain 57 x 37 x 17 inches 147 x 94 x cm plus variable chain height © Jeff Koons Edition of 3 plus AP 2003

Gustav Klimt, The Maiden, 1913. Národni Galerie, Prague, esbianism in art

"Die Jungfrau" (The Virgins) by Gustav Klimt, 1913 Measures: 190 × 200 cm Technique: Oil on canvas Depository: National Gallery Prague

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