Frédillo was a French cartoonist and illustrator working in the late 19th century. His work appeared in La Lanterne (1874-1876), L’Écho des jeunes and La Plume (after 1889).
The “F” by which he signed several of his works represented Frédillo and not, as the history books say, one of the key subjects of his eroticism (fellatio, flogging, etc.).
From 1880 to 1890 Frédillo worked with the clandestine Belgian publisher Auguste Brancart, and from 1895 to 1911 with the Paris publishers René Pincebourde and Jean Fort. His last known work is dated 1914, but La Voluptueuse Souffrance was published in 1924 with art from Frédillo.
Many of his pornographic works can be found on HonestErotica.
- Le modèle chez le peintre amateur (1880)
- Fantaisies Parisiennes (1880)
- Le nouveau chatouiheur des dames (1880)
- Le roman de Violette (1883)
- Feuilles a l’envers (1892)
- Liqueurs et parfums (1893)
- La Voluptueuse Souffrance (1924)
2 albums/20 artworks
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