Femmes damnées  

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"Femmes damnées" is a the title of two poems by Charles Baudelaire, known by there incipits. The first poem, "Comme un bétail pensif sur le sable couchées" is from the collection Les Fleurs du mal. The second one, "À la pâle clarté des lampes languissantes", was first published in Les Épaves. The subject matter of Femmes damnées is the lesbian love.

It is also the title of a 1885 sculpture by Rodin and a 1897 painting by Carlos Schwabe. Lastly, Femme damnée is a painting by French artist Octave Tassaert, or more accurately, ascribed to Tassaert.

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