Source: "Le Musee des Supplices," Roland Villeneuve, 1968
This appears to be a very early piece from artist Roland Cat's oeuvre, because everywhere else I find a reference to him, it looks like he's best-known for fantastical landscapes. I'm definitely digging the kinky figurative landscape represented here.
The book in which I found this particular painting is one of my beloved possessions--a leather-bound French tome whose title loosely translates to "The Torture Museum," it's like one of those good old Time-Life Education books on the occult cranked up to ELEVEN. Do I read French? Nope. But I am extraordinarily fluent in the international language of Weird Art.