The Courtesan is a classic feminine image: the seductive woman schooled in the art of love, the inspiration for poets and philosophers. She holds court in her salon, her clothing in dishabille, inviting a glance, a caress--a breast hidden and then revealed, her face artfully painted, her legs sheathed in silken stockings. What is the relationship between love and art? between seduction and creation? How does an erotic woman inflame not just your libido--but your artistry? There is an aura of mystery to the Courtesan, just as there is an aura of mystery to art. Neither is quite explicable, but somehow they exist together, in the same salon, in the same provocative gaze, the same moist opening into fecundity.
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