Maja Desnuda appears in The Maja
This is a famous piece of art that features heavily in the obsession of a young artist and his wife.
Sirocco appears in Sirocco
This is an African tempest.
Flowers appears in Two Sisters
This object is held by a heartbroken woman at her sibling's wedding.
Incense appears in Lina
This is an aphrodisiac that causes a repressed woman to relax.
Saffron appears in Saffron
This is a plant that can also be used as a spice.
Gypsy Cart appears in Hilda and Rango
This is the habitation of a Mexican painter who reeducates a young Parisian model in the ways of love and seduction.
Fig Leaf appears in The Queen
This is the one consideration to modesty for a woman's costume.
Ceiling Plaster appears in The Chanchiquito
This becomes an impromptu canvas for a sexually curious woman and her amorous, painter...
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