Georges Augustin Barbier (1882–1932) was one of the great French illustrators of the early 20th century. Barbier was 29 years old when he mounted his first exhibition in 1911 and was subsequently swept to the forefront of his profession with commissions to design theatre and ballet costumes, to illustrate books, and toRead More →

Ludwig Lutz Ehrenberger (1878-1950) was a German artist. He was famous for advertising, posters and illustractions from 1900 to 1930, his style includedLiberty/Jugendstil to Art Deco. He used the pseudonym Henry Sebastian. There is not much known for this artist. I browsed quite some time to discover more art, and this resultedRead More →

Prev 1of1 Next For this artist I was unable to find anything. He illustrated the book The Strap Returns, published in 1934 by Gargoyle Press. 1 album/7 artworks Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already a member? Please login here. Not a memberRead More →

Prev 1of4 Next ~ 1871 – 1946 ~ Maurice Milliere was a French painter, printmaker and illustrator, born in Le Havre to upper working class parents; his father was a merchant’s clerk. His early artistic interests are not known, but he completed his secondary education at the Ecole De BeauxRead More →

Prev 1of3 Next Charles Alexandre Picart Le Doux was born on July 12, 1881 in Paris. He studied at the Académie Julian and at the Beaux-Arts in Paris until 1902.At first he lived in Montmartre and frequented in Le Lapin Agile where he met Suzanne Valadon. From 1904, he exhibitedRead More →

  Prev 1of5 Next ~ 1891 – 1976 ~ Max Ernst was a German (naturalised American in 1948 and French in 1958) painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and poet. A prolific artist, Ernst was a primary pioneer of the Dada movement and surrealism. He had no formal artistic training, but hisRead More →

Prev 1of3 Next Helmuth Stockmann was a draftsman, caricaturist and illustrator. He illustrated numerous books in the twenties, including new editions by E.T.A. Hoffmann and Diderot, also many erotic (and some at that time controversial and forbidden) works. His works were featured in the war leaflets (published by P. Cassirer),Read More →

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Prev 1of1 Next 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 planRead More →

Prev 1of4 Next 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. So I decided to add a small gallery to theRead More →

Albert von Keller (1844 – 1920) was a German painter of Swiss ancestry. He specialized in portraits and indoor scenes. Female figures are a prominent feature of his work. I selected a view artworks dedicated to witch-hunting, but to us nowadays these can also be seen as bondage artworks.Read More →

Prev 1of3 Next This artist seems rather invisible, it might even be possible it is just another pseudonym from a known artist. He signed his art with initials J. M. but since some artworks were printed in mirror initials could also have been L.M. The only book with an obviousRead More →

Prev 1of1 Next This artist illustrated some books written by Grégor Yvan (Grégor Yvan Wild). For the artist I could not find any information. One of the books illustrated by this artist was stored on my site for a long time, somehow I overlooked the artist. Books illustrated by Kurtys:Read More →

Prev 1of1 Next Little is known about this artist, he or she illustrated for the book Doña Juana, Juanita and Juanón, which was published around 1930. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose the Free plan below and return to this page or browse all freeRead More →

Free Preview Raphael Kirchner was born in 1876 in Vienna, Austria, and attended the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. He moved to Paris in the year 1900, making illustrations for such magazines as La Vie Parisienne. In 1914, at the outbreak of World War I, Kirchner moved to the UnitedRead More →

Prev 1of3 Next ~ 1899-1969 ~ Eric Godal and Eric Godal were Pseudonyms used by Erich Goldbaum. This German artist went to the Gymnasium in Berlin. Godal started in 1919 as a poster artist and draftsman in the magazine Der Orchideengarten. In 1920 he published the portfolio Revolution in theRead More →

Prev 1of4 Next ~ 1907 – unknown ~ Vala Moro lived in Vienna (Austria) and worked as Dancer, Painter and Illustrator. Her artwork was mainly Art Déco and shows a strong sensual and erotic vibe. In 1924 Artur Wolf Verlag presented her art ‘Tanz’, a serie from 10 colored LitographsRead More →

Prev 1of3 Next Ch. Avalanche is the name, or perhaps a pseudonym, of the illustrator of the spanking novel L’Amour fouetté by Gaston Vincennes. The book’s exact year of first publication is unknown, but is probably 1920-1930. The cover for this book however was done by Mario Labocetta. It’s mentionedRead More →

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Prev 1of5 Next For years I had one page dedicated to ‘Lany-R and Sao-Chang’ I wasn’t sure of they were two separate artists. Recently I discovered some books that showed only Sao-Chang’s name as artists so I decided to create two pages. To view Lany-R go here. Books illustrated byRead More →

Prev 1of4 Next ~ 1905 – 1977 ~ Louis Berthommé Saint-André was a painter and engraver. The artist studied with Paul Laurens at l’École des Beaux-Arts de Paris and exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français from 1924-1929. He won a silver medal in 1928. His works were shown atRead More →