A Perverse Mind Populated by Devils, Snakes and Buxom Nudes by Ken Johnson gives a nod to Aleister Crowley in an article about the “outsider art” of Friedrich Schröder-Sonnenstern.
This is an interesting example of the Crowley Corollary, in that by way of a seemingly lazy invocation of Aleister Crowley immediately after mentioning the idea of an imaginary rhetorical “satanic sex cult”, the author actually manages to make a more meta connection to Aleister Crowley’s own esoteric Outsider Art, like that found at Cefalù.
“Very quickly, Schröder-Sonnenstern’s art evolved from sketchy drawings of mysteriously symbolic emblems — mixing disembodied eyes, stars, hearts and lines of radiation — to fully realized allegories rendered in rich colors on poster-size sheets of artist’s paper. Abounding in rotund, improbably buxom nude women; grinning devils; resplendently costumed magi; snakes and other anthropomorphized creatures, and willfully animated by a comical, polymorphous perversity, his images look as if they’d been made by a member of a satanic, Orientalist sex cult. Aleister Crowley surely would have approved.”
Also, this is notably a hat-tip to Thelemapedia’s Aleister Crowley biography from a New York Times art review.