She was somethin’, even back then.
Bloody cat vomit is more than enough, just don’t eat the kitty litter!
As a painting I can’t say much for it; the anatomy is terrible.But that is some amazing red hair.
Apparently, Lady Gaga majored in nude yoga during her school days…
This is why Grumpy Cat is grumpy.
I’ve heard of people “pouring wine straight down their necks” but this is the first documented evidence I’ve ever seen.
Inspiration for Flashdance.
I’m sure that the nuns at the Convent of the Sacred Heart were glad to see her graduate.
What was the original name of this painting?
Yeah, me too…fascinating. A bunch of new wallpaper for the desktop.
Great tush tho!
Last year’s Nude Limbo Contest winner. Spill the wine, dig that girl!
If I ever got this Tarot card, I would stay home and lock the door. What the hell is the black snake thing sucking on her breast? Yikes!
That’s the funniest caption Mr. Melcher has had in a while! :)
Click-to-enlarge image can be found here. Smaller enlargement can be found at the only work, by this artist, so far, to appear in Mr. Melcher’s blog.L’Ame du vin is also the title of a poem (2 The Soul of Wine translations are shown below it) by Baudelaire (Google translated French Wikipedia page).This says the painting was part of a recent exhibition. If I find out it’s there, I’ll post it later.The artist’s WIkipedia page and collection (more under Subcategories).
“Can’t help it, the girl can’t help it!”-Little Richard, ca. 1958
Celebrating his/her sex change operation . . .
@win Actually, having seen the enlargement (thanks @mabrndt), I’m calling the black thing an inanimate part of the goblet/container. It’s chained to it. Maybe it goes inside and then serves as some kind of lid. It just happens to be in a really weird place right here, resting on her arm and ribs in this contorted pose. Just … disturbing. Next!
Sperm in her hair — intentional or pareidolia on my part?
Eric Burdon’s girlfriend.
Best caption yet.
How Lady Gaga became Prom Queen.
I’d pay big money for that. BIG money.
I received the following in an email from the museum:
Yeah, pretty much.