Grisp

This artist illustrated the book Le Tour du monde d’un flagellant published in 1900. There is no info known for the artist. 1 album/12 artworks Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already a member? Please login here. Not a member yet? As premium …

J.B de Lapin

There is nearly nothing to find for this artist. Jean-Pierre Dutel mentions Lapin was living in Eastern Europe around 1920, perhaps in Prague and the artist may have been Czech. There is one book known as illustrated by Lapin: Les erreurs de l’amour, which was published in 1926. 1 album/14 …

Edgart Tytgat

Edgard Tytgat (1879 – 1957) was a Belgium expressionist painter, cover artist and engraver. He combined expressionism with a poetic, sometimes dreamy style. Tytgat spent his youth in Bruges, until the family moved to Brussels in 1888. After a failed attempt to become a clock-maker, he attended the Brussels Fine …

E. Remsen

For this artist there is no info known. He (or she) illustrated the books Painful Pleasures and Invitation to the Dance (1935). 2 albums/16 artworks Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already a member? Please login here. Not a member yet? As premium …

Raoul Serres

 ~ 1881 – 1971 Raoul Serres was a French engraver and illustrator. He was a pupil of Jules Jacquet , Henri-Joseph Dubouchet and Léon Bonnat , Raoul Serres was a member of the Society of French Artists in 1906 and exhibited at the Salon of this group. He obtained an honorable mention in 1898 …

Roger Jadot

Roger Jadot was a Belgium artist, living in Bruxelles. This artist created many sado masochistic artworks during the 50’s. Most of his art remains unknown and unpublished.Jadot lived and worked as a hermit. Using various pseudonyms he illustrated for English and American magazines, one of his pseudonyms was Sérajat. 3 …

John Buckland Wright

~ 1897–1954 John Buckland Wright was a British printmaker, painter and draughtsman. He worked principally as an etcher and engraver, and was self-taught. He studied history at Oxford and then architecture in London. He soon realised that he wanted to be an artist more than an architect and by 1921 …

Andre Collot

André Collot was a French painter, born in 1897 and died in 1976. His art is not really bdsm related but he did some real nice strapon art and some his art have a subtile bdsm touch. Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already …

Edouard Chimot

~ 1880 – 1959 Edouard Chimot was a French artist, illustrator and editor whose career reached its peak in the 1920s in Paris, through the publication of fine quality art-printed books. As artist his own work occupies a characteristic place, but as editor also his role was extremely important in bringing together …

Gerda Wegener

~ 1886 – 1940 Gerda Marie Fredrikke Wegener (née Gottlieb) was a Danish illustrator and painter. Wegener is known for her fashion illustrations and later her paintings that pushed the boundaries of gender and love of her time. These works were classified as Lesbian erotica at times and many were …

Gyl Bertie

Despite the extended research I did I was unable to find any information about the illustrator Gyl Bertie or Gyl Bert, who illustrated the book Imperieuse Volupté ou l’Affolante Servitude, published in 1935 and written by Jim Galding. One of the artworks (the last one) in the album I created …

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