Erotica Universalis

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Unjustly concealed in museum vaults or censored archives, the sensual works in Erotica Universalis finally emerge from subterranean realms in a banquet for the imagination and a feast for the eye! This compendium of erotic arts voyages through history from Ancient Egypt to Ovid, Aretino to Dalí, to bring you the fantasies, obsessions, and sheer libido of writers and artists across time.

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Erotica Universalis

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An erotic history of humanity

From the dawn of time, ever since Adam and Eve, all artists of every age—whether the Egyptian, Greek, or Roman artists of Antiquity, or more recent famous names such as Rembrandt, Courbet, Degas, or Picasso—have succumbed to their fantasies, obsessions, and libido and produced erotic works that the censors have taken good care to keep from the public.

For Erotica Universalis, we surface from the subterranean realms of the museums to enter those of our national and private libraries. Here we discover that not only most of our famous writers, such as Ovid, Aretino, Voltaire, Verlaine, or Maupassant, wrote erotic texts that bordered on indecency, but also that great artists like Boucher, Fragonard, Dalí, or Matisse were inspired to provide suitable illustrations for these naughty books. For this new hardcover edition of the classic 1995 best seller, we have culled highlights from our Erotica Universalis collection.

The author

Gilles Néret (1933–2005) was an art historian, journalist, writer, and museum correspondent. He organized several art retrospectives in Japan and founded the SEIBU Museum and the Wildenstein Gallery in Tokyo. He directed art reviews such as L’Œil and Connaissance des Arts and received the Élie Faure Prize in 1981 for his publications. His TASCHEN titles include Salvador Dalí: The Paintings, Matisse, and Erotica Universalis.

Aantal pagina's

576

Auteur

Gilles Néret

Formaat

14 x 20

ISBN

9783836547789

Taal van het boek:

Duits, Engels, Frans

Uitgever

Taschen

Uitvoering

Hardcover