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*''[[Notes from Underground]]'' (1864) - Fyodor Dostoyevsky *''[[Notes from Underground]]'' (1864) - Fyodor Dostoyevsky
-*The 1864 edition of [[Webster's Dictionary]] published the first definition of [[pornography]] as ""licentious painting employed to decorate the walls of rooms sacred to bacchanalian orgies, examples of which exist in Pompeii." +*The 1864 edition of [[Webster's Dictionary]] published the first definition of [[pornography]] as ""licentious painting employed to decorate the walls of rooms sacred to bacchanalian orgies, examples of which exist in [[Pompeii]]."
*[[Gustave Moreau]], [[Oedipus and the Sphinx]]; painting *[[Gustave Moreau]], [[Oedipus and the Sphinx]]; painting
**''Oedipus and the Sphinx'', one of his first [[Symbolism (arts)|symbolist]] paintings, was exhibited at the Salon of 1864. **''Oedipus and the Sphinx'', one of his first [[Symbolism (arts)|symbolist]] paintings, was exhibited at the Salon of 1864.

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At the Theater (The Melodrama) (c. 1860-64) - Honoré Daumier
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At the Theater (The Melodrama) (c. 1860-64) - Honoré Daumier
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This Year, Venuses Again... Always Venuses! (1864) - Honoré Daumier

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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