A peon to the classic gay porn of San Francisco's heyday, this is an explicit novel of sexual adventuring in which a boyish, bisexual femme lusts after a gay leather daddy. Müller especially referenced Gauguin, as he had an interest in depicting the relationship between non-Western cultures and nature but never traveled outside of Europe. Müller sought to recreate an Arcadia-like paradise, and so he constructed his own in his workshop under the influence of artists like Paul Gauguin, who primarily lived in Polynesia from June of until his death in Müller looked to other artists besides Gauguin and their renderings of various natural media as well. Saint Louis Art Museum. The foliage backdrop, however, seems studio-constructed. Boyce, "Jute, Polypropylene, and the Environment:
The medium ties to the subject in that it connects resourcefulness to the subjects and their perceived closeness with nature.
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Oil and tempura on burlap, 48x Paul Gauguin, Landscape with a Horse, These nude figures represent the desired harmony of nature and humans that Müller wanted to convey. Educated as a lithographer in Dresden, Müller moved to Munich in to pursue painting. For example, they used high-key color along with jarring contrasts to show this rebellious emotion.