File:Paul Avril, signed 'Phall' - Post-Communion.jpg

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[Paul Avril, signed 'Phall'.] Post-Communion, from: Messe de Minuit, a series of 12 original monochrome watercolours mounted on card, [Paris, c. 1900].
Date circa 1900
date QS:P571,+1900-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Dimensions 228 x 300 mm
Notes 12 monochromatic scenes depicting eroticised occultist interpretations of the various liturgies of the Catholic Mass, each with a caption describing the relevant liturgy, 10 signed 'Phall' in the lower corner


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