As said in kristaso.com " Baudelaire argued in LE PEINTRE DE LA VIE MODERNE (1863, The Painter of Modern Life) in favor of artificiality, stating that vice is natural in that it is selfish, while virtue is artificial because we must restrain our natural impulses in order to be good. The snobbish aesthete, the dandy, was for Baudelaire the ultimate hero and the best proof of an absolutely purposeless existence: he is a gentleman who never becomes vulgar and always preserves the cool smile of the stoic." http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/baudelai.htm
What photographs would represent the focus of Baudelaire ideas? Something romantic, but sensual.
Maybe something by Lewis Carroll? what say you?