This book takes us through the paintings of the last century, revisited with humour and irony from a peculiar perspective, in dialogue with literary fiction. We are surprised on discovering Klimt's animals such as tigers lyrically couples, Marilyn (Warhol) multiplying herself as a narcissistic chameleon, or the tormented and non-conformist monkey, Chita, retired from the limelight, playing the lead in The Shout (Munch). With a red scarf and a black overcoat, we find Aristide Bruant, a famous Lapland notary, singing in the Ambassadeurs in Paris to his idolatrous partner, perhaps under the watchful eye of the master Toulouse-Lautrec and of the parrots, habitual cabaret goers. The maja (dressed or nude), reincarnated as a sheep, will tell us, boastingly, the latest in the gossip columns...
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