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For artist Bruno Schulz I had stored two albums, for two books he published. I also had a lot of art stored on my computer I could not connect, so 23 new artworks are added to the artists page.
Added a new album for Le Le Rève d’un flagellant, published in 1921 with art from Gaston Smit. I could only find 4 artworks from the 8 that were done for the book, but it’s a start 😉
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Sometimes it can be a bit frustrated when I can’t add new galleries. So I went for a search to share some interesting book covers with you, all illustrated by Gaston Smit and in different themes like Spanking, FemDom and Bondage. Gaston was active as illustrator between 1919 and 1933.
According to modern myths, the chastity belt was used as an anti-temptation device during the Crusades. When the knight left for the Holy Lands on the Crusades, his Lady would wear a chastity belt to preserve her faithfulness to him. However, there is no credible evidence that chastity belts existed
It is truly fascinating to see that a subject can bring up mixed feelings. Prostitutes are, and have been, controversial throughout time. Some have no problems to admit they like an occasional visit to the ladies of pleasures, others keep it a secret shared only between themselves and the particular
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39 issues, from 5 November 1921 to 29 July 1922 with artworks from La Vie Parisienne, for sale via auction. Authors and illustrators include Jacques Leclerc, A. Vallée, Valdès, Kuhn-Regnier, Georges Leonnéc, Zyg Bruner, M. Milliere, Chéri Hérouard, Jacques Nam, René Préjelan.
This book is a private publication that did not go on sale, but was distributed by subscription. 1,500 applications for this book were collected and printed in a print run of 1,500 copies. Each book is numbered. This is copy number 413. The book includes a color frontispiece and 56