The artist is as fond of flesh as the celebrated masters Matisse and Rubens who preceded him. The faces of the bathers in Painting Nine, find their predecessors in Der Blaue Rider of German Expressionism.
In Painting Ten the male figure has finished toweling himself after a shower. The woman begins a seductive dance as the dressing gown begins its descent to the floor. The painting is a series of rectangles that contrast with eroticism of the roundly exuberant flesh of the lovers.