Gustav Klimt's 'Judith'

Wild women? Below is Klimt's famous Judith and Holofernes (1901). Below that is a later version Judith (1909). Or is it also Salome? Is that Holofernes' head or John the Baptist's head that she's holding on to? The first painting actually has a title on it, whereby Klimt identified it as the Old Testament heroine Judith (Klimt was closely bound to the patronage of Jewish Vienna). But this didn't stop some at the time from identifying it with Salome, whom they thought made a much better femme fatale. Either way it appears she's having a sexual moment...

Gustav Klimt: "Judith and the Head of Holofernes" (1901), Belvedere, Vienna
Gustav Klimt: Judith or Salome? (1909), Ca' Pesaro, Venice

Freud thought losing his head was a good metaphor for castration. For less affectionate paintings of the same story see this link: Artemisia Gentileschi

For other Klimts, here and here