In Greek mythology, Andromeda is the daughter of the king of Aethiopia, Cepheus, and his wife Cassiopeia. When Cassiopeia boasts that she is more beautiful than the Nereids, Poseidon sends the sea monster Cetus to ravage the coast of Aethiopia as divine punishment. Andromeda is chained to a rock asRead More →

These artworks come from the book Sensualités, published in 1908. The artist remains unknown.Read More →

Chair Sanglée ou les Voluptés fetichistes was published around 1935, and has a lot of artwork from Wighead to show. The book has a total of 48 artworks in it, my album shows 38. Members can view the art below, or via the artist’s page.          Read More →

Femmes et Corsaires was written by Jean de La Beuque, who’s name also appears as an illustrator for some books. Some mention De La Beuque was a pseudonym from Alan Mac Clyde and that he killed this pseudonym off, for some reason. Some books contain notes from editors or MacRead More →

Two albums from Carlo were updated: Le Cuir Triomphant (1934), with new art and some smaller images are replaced with lager format. This album has 46 artworks, which is a lot since many books published with art only have around 6 till 8 artworks. The other album that is updatedRead More →

Dolly Esclave was published in 1936, with art from Carlo. I had not yet found all artwork in good quality but today I was able to complete the album with 5 more artworks. Members can view the album below or via the artist’s page.            Read More →

These artworks are from a collection of 13 artworks, ca 1950 and from a German anonymous artist (perhaps). I was only able to find three artworks unfortunately. Members can view the album below or via the gallery Anonymous Bdsm Art (15 albums with 149 artworks).         ContentRead More →

Rare album with 4 colored art from Cheri Herouard, in large format. I could not find out to which book these are connected. Members can view the album below or via the artist’s page.             Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in toRead 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 a free addition, you only need to register as free member to view it. This gives you an idea how the premium membership works,Read 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 →

When trying to solve a puzzle I came across the art for a rare portfolio with the title Scenes Realistes Flagellation Masochisme Tortures, published by Editions du Couvre-Feu ca 1932. There are 16 colored artworks in the book, I found 14 and some unfortunately in real small format. But sinceRead More →

I found out some albums were not connected (anymore) to a page so I restored those, and added a new album for the book The Whippers, privately published around 1925. Visit Illustrated books to view all 26 albums with over 200 artworks.Read More →

Today I was able to add three artworks to the album Anonymous Bdsm Art. Some say these artworks are from (German) Jim, I have difficulties recognizing the style from Jim in these artworks so I store it under anonymous. Premium members can view the album (with 23 artworks) below orRead More →

Sometimes I can’t let go of a little seed that was planted in my head. Like art from an anonymous artist, somehow it looked familiar. I searched my site but could not find it, I felt it did also look a lot like the photos from Biederer Studio and DianaRead More →

La Nudité de Lucy was published in 1920 with art from Roland Brevannes, using the name Tack. Members can view the album below, or via the artist’s page.             Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already a member?Read More →

Prev 1of5 Next Fetish art is art that depicts people in fetishistic situations such as S&M, domination/submission, bondage, transvestism and the like, sometimes in combination. It may simply depict a person dressed in fetish clothing, which could include undergarments, stockings, high heels, corsets, or boots. Bondage in the BDSM subculture, is the practice of consensually tying, binding, or restraining a partner for erotic, aesthetic, or somatosensory stimulation. BondageRead More →

The book Le Precepteur was published in 1914 with art from J.R and in 1928 with (colored) art from Gaston Smit. I managed to renew the album for Gaston Smit and created a separate page with both albums.Read More →

~First published in 1914 The first version from Le Precepteur was illustrated by J.R and published in 1914 and then in 1923 it was published with illustrations from Gaston Smit. Album 1 by J.R (1914) Album 2 by Gaston Smit (1923) Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged inRead More →

Alexander Szekely was a very well-known graphic artist who worked in Budapest, Vienna, and Paris between 1920 and 1940. This artist was well known for making erotic drawings, some of which made lots of money at auctions. He also illustrated Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales in the 1960s. Here isRead More →

Added a new album with 16 large artworks from Swiss artist Jim. He also used the pseudonym Gil. His drawings are in many SM books (mostly in the Irwing Klaw range), like the Magazine ‘Subjugating a Male Bondage Model’ and the book Baroness of Torture Museum. Members can view theRead More →