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Stephen Gilbert (15 January 1910 - 12 January 2007) was a British painter and sculptor. He was one of the few British artists to fully embrace the avant-garde movement in Paris in the 1950s.

Stephen Gilbert once remarked "The difference between erotica and pornography is simple. Erotica is what I like. Pornography is what you like, you pervert!"



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