An emblematic character of the Belle Époque, similar to Breton and Dali in his non-conformism, Clovis Trouille had an impact on the history of 20th-century art with his carnal and ferociously joyful works. His insolently erotic, anticlerical and antimilitary canvases led him to be shunned by the critics and struck down by the bourgeoisie.

Visit the site of the Clovis Trouille Association (NSFW).

Painting: Les Seins flotteurs

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