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 →

Prev 1of5 Next ~ 1833 – 1898 ~ Felicien Joseph Victor Rops was a Belgian artist, known primarily as a printmaker in etching and aquatint. He is noted for his drawings depicting erotic and Satanic themes. Rops is furthermore important for being a pioneer in Belgian comics. Rops was bornRead More →

Prev 1of3 Next This artist is really unknown to me, and it seems there is no info on him (or her) as well other then the book that was illustrated. I am not even sure if all the artworks in this book are done by the same artist but forRead More →

Prev 1of1 Next Jean Leprince is a spanking artist who illustrated the first edition of the French spanking novel Lise fessée by Pierre Dumarchey in 1910. This seems the only work known by the artist, but it is possible that Jean Leprince is a pseudonym of another, better known, spankingRead More →

Prev 1of5 Next Adolphe Léon Willette (1857 – 1926) was a French painter, illustrator, caricaturist, and lithographer, as well as an architect of the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret. He studied for four years at the École des Beaux-Arts under Cabanel, training which gave him a unique position among the graphicRead More →

Prev 1of4 Next ~1899 – 1967 ~ Doctor Jean Morisot  is considered one of the best authors of ex-eroticis.His art has a strong voyeuristic touch to them, see the colored collection below. He is also responsible for many ex libris books. With the dexterity of a surgeon and the talentRead More →

Prev 1of3 Next ~ 1872 – 1942 ~ Elisàr August Emanuel von Kupffer was a Baltic German artist, anthologist, poet, historian, translator, and playwright. He used the pseudonym “Elisarion” for most of his writings. From an early age he was in delicate health, having suffered through meningitis, rheumatoid arthritis, scarletRead More →

Prev 1of5 Next Victor Spahn illustrated French femdom flagellant novels published by Jean Fort in the era of early 20th century French spanking literature. Some confuse him with the modern French artist with the same name (born in 1949). Victor Spahn illustrated the following works: – Volupté Excentrique by VictorRead More →

Prev 1of3 Next Frédillo was an artist who created woman spanking art (M/F and F/F) illustrations in the 1920s. He illustrated works such as La Voluptueuse Souffrance (flagellation passionnelle) by Max des Vignons (1924 edition; this novel was first published in 1908 or 1914 with art from Gaston Noury (mostRead More →

Prev 1of4 Next Another artist who remains a mystery. Signing the artworks with O. Ridrick, this name is also connected to signature Y.Vanoff If this is the same artist I am not sure about. O. Ridrick illustrated L’Infernale volupté ou Les Frénésies amoureuses, published in 1934. While Y.Vanoff illustrated ÉtrangesRead More →

Antoine Borel was born in Paris in 1743 and died in 1810. He was a French painter, draftsman and engraver. As the son of a portrait painter, he first devoted himself to the same kind of painting, and then preferred to depict, more often than not in watercolor, subjects ofRead More →

Prev 1of2 Next There is very little known about this artist. C. Helsey illustrated the French spanking novel Les Humiliations de Miss Madge, written by Aimé Van Rod. This book was published in 1912. The cover for this book seems to have been done by M. del Giglio. There isRead More →

Bdsm Artist

Prev 1of6 Next It is mentioned that E. Klem could be a pseudonym used by Eugene Klementieff. For Eugene Klementieff I could find out he was the son of artist Aleksei Klementiev (1875-1946), Eugène Klementieff spent most of his life in France. He was a student at the famous CubistRead More →

Prev 1of4 Next Pierre Guénolé was a French publisher, author and illustrator of spanking novels in the early 20th century. He was one of the pioneers of the “golden age” of early 20th century French spanking literature. There is also the pseudo-scientific book Tender Bottoms. A Psycho-sexual Study in MoralsRead More →

Zurriago, Spanish Bdsm Arrist

Prev 1of3 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ There is not much I could found about this Spanish illustrator other then the fact that he used a pseudonym for illustrating the book La flagelación erótica, published in Barcelona in 1932. Zurriago is valued as one of the most importantRead More →

Zarhat

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ Illustrator for the book El Latigo en la Carne, written by Rodriquez Grahit and publlished in 1932 in Barcelona. 1 album/7 artworks Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already a member? Please login here.Read More →

Illustrator for Marquis de Sade book

Prev 1of3 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ Unfortunetely I was not able to track back any information about this illustrator other then that he illustrated for the book Justine, ou les malheurs de vertu, from Marquis de Sade, published by Charles Bertrand in 1969.     2 albums/27Read More →

Illustrator for Femdom and fetish art

Prev 1of7 Next ~ 1896 – 1982 ~ Wighead was an illustrator of femdom/femsub BDSM/spanking novels in the 1930s. Over the years I have seen more artwork that can be connected to Wighead, someone once told me that drawings with the signature E.K were not from Wighead but from EugeneRead More →

Maurice de Vindas was a spanking illustrator between 1920 and 1930

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown Maurice de Vindas was a French writer and illustrator of F/f and F/F spanking novels in the 1920s and 1930s. He wrote these books (they had different illustrators or I could not yet determine the artist) – Hattie (1921) – Le RêveRead More →

L. Tessier was a spanking artist who illustrated French spanking novels.

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown L. Tessier was a spanking artist who illustrated French spanking novels. Tessier’s style is pure black and white lineart with no shades of grey. There is nearly nothing known about this artist despite the books he illustrated: Les Caveaux Miraculeux by FrançoisRead More →