Illustrated by André Collot, the book les 120 Journées de Sodome by Marquis de Sade, published in 1935.Members can view the album below or via the artist’s page. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose the Free plan when you register and return to this pageRead 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 1of1 Next The book The Diary of a Lady’s maid was published in 1903 with art 12 artworks by Emile Mas, these were engraved by Eugène Dété. I attached only the artworks that have a subtile connection to bdsm dynamics. ** This page is part of the Free PreviewRead 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 →

In 1950 these artworks appeared in a Nutrix magazine, art was done by artist Jay for who I could not find any info. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose the Free plan below and return to this page or browse all free content** Content RestrictedRead More →

Le Marriage was written by Jean Fauconney (using the pseudonymes Dr. Caufeynon, Dr. Eynon, Dr. Jaf). It was published in 1934 with art from Carlo. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose the Free plan below and return to this page or browse all free content**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 →

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 1of1 Next ~ 1800-1900 ~ Unfortunately I could not find information about this illustrator. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose the Free plan below and return to this page or browse all free content** 1 album/12 artworks Content Restricted Sorry, you need to beRead More →

Prev 1of1 Next ~ 1871 – 1933 ~ René Lelonge was a French illustrator and painter. He joined the Salon des Artistes Francais in 1898. He has produced posters and illustrated many books and articles, including the Nelson collection or magazines I know everything , L’Illustration and Femina 4 .Read More →

Charles lafont illustrated La Flagellation des femmes en Espagne

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ I could not find any information, it could be possible Charles Lafont is not even the illustrator for this book but as far as I could track back his name was connected to this book. ** This page is part ofRead More →

Illustrator for Die Laterne

Prev 1of1 Next ~ 1867 – unknown ~ Other then the fact that Ernst Gerhard was a German illustrator who made the illustrations for the book Die Laterne there isn’t any information to be found from this artist. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose theRead More →

Bdsm illustrator

Prev 1of1 Next ~ 1848 – 1922 ~ Except for his date of birth and this image I could not find information for Eugene Dété. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose the Free plan below and return to this page or browse all free content**Read More →

Illustrator for bdsm artworks

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown Unfortunately I could not find anything about the name attached to these artworks. So it is even possible they are not sketces from Philipe de Grave but some other artist. ** This page is part of the Free Preview Feature, choose theRead More →

Couperyn illustrated a book by Marquis de Sade

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ George A. Drains, Belgian painter and illustrator, is best known by bibliophiles for his work published at Le Sagittaire – Les Complaintes by Jules Laforgue, Le Bordel de Venise by the Marquis de Sade, decorated with scandalous and erotic illustrations thatRead More →

Aroldo Bonzagni was an Italian painter and draughtsman.

Prev 1of2 Next ~ 1887 – 1918 ~ Aroldo Bozagni was an Italian painter and draughtsman. His numerous drawings were influenced by the work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Jean-Louis Forain and Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen, and above all by the style of the Munich and Vienna Secessions, known in Italy through theRead More →

Prev 1of5 Next ~ 1872 – 1898 ~ Aubrey Beardsley was an English illustrator and author. His drawings in black ink, influenced by the style of Japanese woodcuts, emphasized the grotesque, the decadent, and the erotic. He was a leading figure in the Aesthetic movement which also included Oscar WildeRead More →

Erotic artist who created some spanking artworks

Prev 1of1 Next ~ 1860 – 1917 ~ Paul Balluriau was a French artist from the Montmartre. He illustrated posters and contributed to magazines like Gil Blas Illustré, Le Rire and La Semaine Suzette. Paul Balluriau was born in Houllins, on the outskirts of Lyon. He studied under Paul Saïn.Read More →