Tom of Finland, untitled (1968)
Ed van der Elsken, ‘Blotebillenharingkarklanten’ (Barebuttherringcartcustomers), Zandvoort beach (1975)
While staying as a guest in the house in 1938 and 1939, Le Corbusier painted bright murals on its plain white walls, sometimes while nude. Infuriated, Gray considered this a defacing of her work and deemed the murals outright vandalism.
Whether he painted his murals out of admiration for Gray’s work or out of jealousy of her accomplishment we still don’t know.
‘Maybe it’s not meant for you, but if you’re careful, you’re free to have a look (you might like it)’ (2012) by Klaas Burger.