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Kangxi court,1662-1670. Gu Jianlong's Jin Ping Mei Illustrations: Chapter Seventeen in which Vesperus engages in anal copulation with Flora, while the other three assist him and hold her down. Behind them is a stone table strewn with erotic albums (which Flora collected), wine ewer and cups, and dishes of things to eat.

Kangxi court,1662-1670. Gu Jianlong's Jin Ping Mei Illustrations: Chapter Seventeen in which Vesperus engages in anal copulation with Flora, while the other three assist him and hold her down. Behind them is a stone table strewn with erotic albums (which Flora collected), wine ewer and cups, and dishes of things to eat.

From a series of Qianlong paintings. (1796-1820) Possibly illustrations of Hong Lou Meng "The Dream of the Red Chamber" or "Story of the Stone") we observe a threesome of the kind seen often in the erotic prints. Here is takes place on a porch overlooking a lotus pond. One woman, behind, whom the man turns his head to kiss, grasps his penis and guides it into the other woman lying down who is clearly younger, with a smaller body frame and only budding breasts.

The Emperor’s Erotica II: The Qianlong Albums Master - James Cahill - Professor Emeritus, History of Art - UC Berkeley

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Some fun examples of Chinese Erotica…

Chinese erotic art

Chinese erotic art An extremely graceful scene of beautiful lover embracing and sharing pleasure in a refined poetic expression. See the beauty of the woman's smile.

From a series of Qianlong paintings. (1796-1820) Possibly illustrations of Hong Lou Meng "The Dream of the Red Chamber" or "Story of the Stone") we observe a threesome of the kind seen often in the erotic prints. Here is takes place on a porch overlooking a lotus pond. One woman, behind, whom the man turns his head to kiss, grasps his penis and guides it into the other woman lying down who is clearly younger, with a smaller body frame and only budding breasts.

The Emperor’s Erotica II: The Qianlong Albums Master - James Cahill - Professor Emeritus, History of Art - UC Berkeley