Jean-Baptiste Regnault (French, 1754-1829), Socrates Dragging Alcibiades from the Voluptuous Pleasure, c.1791, Louvre Museum

Jean-Baptiste Regnault (French, 1754-1829), Socrates Dragging Alcibiades from the Voluptuous Pleasure, c.1791, Louvre Museum

 
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    Jean-Baptiste Regnault: Socrates Tears Alcibiades from the Embrace of Sensual Pleasure, 1791. There are actually two...