Hidden Sketches Depicting Lesbian Enema by the Ultimate Bohemian Frans de Geetere
For nearly fifty years, the Brussels-born painter and writer Frans De Geetere (1895-1968) lived with his beautiful lover May den Engelsen (Fig.1) as the ultimate bohemian in a barge on the Seine, in the heart of Paris.
Abundance of Ideas
For years their ship was the beloved meeting point of the international artist world and fashionable Parisian chic where all hedonistic brakes were released. This stimulating atmosphere offered De Geetere an abundance of ideas for his etchings, which were published in obscure erotica books during the 1920s and 30s.
Fig.1. Frans de Geetere and his wife, (1926)
De Geetere was born François Joseph Jean de Geetere in Oudergem in Belgium, a suburb of Brussels. He studied at the Beaux-Arts in Brussels, but couldn't relate to the academic culture, and ended up in Utrecht (the Netherlands) in 1914 as a refugee or conscientious objector.
Important for his beginnings as an artist were the contacts with the avant-garde Utrecht artists Janus de Winter, Erich Wichman and the art collector P.A. Regnault, but also a part-time job as a night watchman in the psychiatric institution the Willem Arntsz Huis was of great influence.
Initially, he developed a singular surrealist style inspired by Félicien Rops and René Magritte but the bleak war years and his work with psychiatric patients caused his work to darken. As a visual artist, De Geetere unashamedly delved into the darkest recesses of the human soul. His etchings and engravings are characterized for their vitality and veracity, clearly based on personal experience and life models, the portrayed figures are authentic human beings in real environments.
In Premium you can find many more of these rare kinky sketches by De Geterere and an overview of his most important erotic work.
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