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[[Gustav Courbet's 1866 painting of a woman's belly, thighs and genitals so "realist" that its one-[[time]] owner, Jacques [[Lacan]], kept it veiled behind an abstract "hiding device" constructed by [[surrealist]] painter Andre Masson.

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[[Gustav Courbet's 1866 painting of a woman's belly, thighs and genitals so "realist" that its one-time owner, Jacques Lacan, kept it veiled behind an abstract "hiding device" constructed by surrealist painter Andre Masson.