Civray (Vienne)

Perhaps the largest of Romanesque exhibitionists (apart from the Luxuria from Ôo),
this figure is unavoidably visible, together with two bearded, non-exhibitionist male figures and a bull's head
on the four pendentives of the dome.

The pendentives alternate with culs-de-lampe carved in the forms of marvellous monsters,
presumably representing the jaws of

This is one of the relatively few churches to retain its original (but retouched) paint.