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The book Le journal d’une Flagellée was published in 1909 with artworks from Roland Brevannes, using the pseudonym Tack. I was able to update the album with more artwork and in larger format then the ones I had stored. Members can view the album below or via the artist’s page.
Art related to the story from Marquis de Sade. Probably illustrated between 1935 and 1940. The artist is unknown, these artworks were published privately. Members can view the album below or in the gallery Illustrated Books. Content viewable when logged in The content behind
This book with the very long title La Flagellation Amoureuse: Dans L’histoire des Mouers et dans la Littérature suivie de la Flagellation des Femmes en France Sous la Revolution at la Terreur Blanche was published in 1904 with 5 artworks from Martin van Maele. Members can view the album below
Recently I updated with a new gallery, dedicated to the art from Chair Sanglée ou les Voluptés fetichistes, published in 1935. Here are a few free artworks to view and download.
Livio Apelloni (1904-1976) was illustrator for the magazine Le opere del Marchese de Sade, published in 1966. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose the Free plan below and return to this page or browse all free content**
For this artist I could not find any information other then the fact that he illustrated the book Weiberherrschaft. Die Geschichte der körperlichen und der seelischen Erlebnisse des Julian Robinson, published in 1909. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose the Free plan below and return
These artworks are from Jean Paris (for who I could not find out anything). I am not sure if the art was published in a magazine names Les Gros Mots.
The artist C.M. Diez was, along with Franz von Bayros, probably the most famous illustrator for Erotica in Art Nouveau at the turn of the century. Among other things, he created the legendary vignettes and illustrations for the first edition of de Sade’s “120 Days”. Be sure to view the