Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This comedy ridicules the social elite who embrace anything in the name of art. The hero is a painter (Willy Columbini), a below-average artist who manages to become the darling of blue-blooded art lovers. He enjoys several bedroom romps with nude females as he receives outrageous prices for his alleged works of art. The painter manages to be readily accepted in a world from which he was previously ignored.
aristocracy, artist, decadence