HANS-JÜRGEN DÖPP    Book Number: 87361    Product format: Hardback

Richly illustrated with colourful, erotic Chinese and Japanese prints and carvings, many of great antiquity, the text figuratively comprises an oriental hymn to carnal pleasure and the Game of Love. Since The Turkish Bath (1863) by the French painter Ingres, the Far Eastern woman has to many been a symbol of pleasures out of reach. Seafaring explorers, military adventurers and travellers from Europe have been enthralled by the exotic nature of the oriental woman. With genitalia painted bright red, congress with huge phalluses, much foreplay and stimulation, geishas and oriental dress, often half removed, here are toes stretched out or curled, cloth being bitten as a woman contains her excitement and the extent of their ecstasy. This astonishing mixture of ritual, god and sexual delight is celebrated in a collection of antique artworks, all reproduced in colour. All manner of curios show Chinese eroticism, the theory of Yin and Yang, the respect for the partner's orgasm, and the naturalness of feelings. With explanation of the intricate carvings and engravings. 104pp, colour images, adults only.
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ISBN 9781646991679
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