Camille Clovis Trouille (1889 – 1975) was a French artist known for surrealistic paintings of erotic and anti-clerical subjects.
He was trained at the École des Beaux-Arts of Amiens from 1905 to 1910. His service in World War I gave him a lifelong hatred of the military, expressed in his first major painting Remembrance (1931). The painting depicts a pair of wraith-like soldiers clutching white rabbits, an airborne female contortionist throwing a handful of medals, and the whole scene being blessed by a cross-dressing cardinal.
Be sure to read more via Wikipedia. One of the artwork seemed inspired by a photo taken by Yva Richard. Notice also how inventive the artist used his own older art to create new collages that tell a story.