Posted on June 20th, by Lope Gutiérrez-Ruiz in Briefly. No Comments

_”…when he painted The Kiss Klimt was 45 and still lived at home with his mother and two unmarried sisters – but behind the respectable facade he was a man with a ferocious sexual appetite.” Another take on Der Kuss: The Bite, by Simon Noynay.

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