Two gentlemen of polite society in frock coats and top hats are wondrously astounded and aghast at the sight of a naked female behind exposed by a blown-up skirt. A lion floating in the air and other creatures are also enthralled by the eye-catching attraction of the magnificent derrière. The writer and drawing artist Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando (1877–1954) makes use of society’s hypocrisy in this color-pencil drawing to present a humorous erotic scene, which is as original as it is bizarre. The combination with the title of the drawing underscores the playfully inventive character displayed by the artist. Herzmanovsky-Orlando who was friends with Alfred Kubin (1877–1959) early on had a way to combine surrealistic elements with the dark sides and taboos of society, often steeped in humor and irony.