A new album with art from Domina Mea, published in 1935, was added to Alex Szekely. As well as some mixed artworks, a little erotic, FemDom and bdsm. Go to the artist’s page to view all albums.Read More →

~ 1904 – 1985 ~ Suzanne Ballivet was born in Paris, only daughter of Jules and Laurentine Ballivet. Her father was a photographer in Montpellier, in the south of France. She did her secondary studies in Montpellier and was a student at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Montpellier. InRead More →

Edmond Malassis was born in 1874, he was an impressionist who illustrated various risq books.I managed to select a lot of artworks that have a subtile, and sometimes more obvious, bdsm vibe.Visit the artist’s page and view all artworks.Read More →

Prev 1of4 Next ~ 1874 – 1944 ~ Edmond Malassis was an Impressionist and Modern artist. He was a friend of Toulouse-Lautrec and student of Gustave Moreau. He illustrated books like: La Vie des Galantes (1930) Les Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles du Roi Louis XI Candide Les Nouvelles lecons d’amour dansRead More →

A page for artist Umberto Brunelleschi was created. This artist illustrated bdsm art under the pseudonyme Ernest Mossé. View this new artist.Read More →

~ 1879 – 1949 ~ Umberto was an Italian artist. He was born in Montemurlo, Italy, studied at the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Florence and moved to Paris in 1900 with Ardengo Soffici where he soon established himself as a printer, book illustrator, set and costume designer. He worked for the magazine Le Rire as a caricaturist (often under the pseudonym’s Aroun-al-Raxid orRead More →

The new magazine is out, filled with vintage bdsm art. Featured in this magazine are artists: George Leonnec, Hageby, Paul Klamm, Albert von Keller and Elihu Vedder. There is a little bdsm related art from La Vie Parisienne, photographer Franz Lehnert is featured, retro breathplay photos from an unknown photographerRead More →

A new album was added to Cheri Herouard, these artworks are more erotic then bdsm but I just could not resist sharing them.Leurs Pantalons was published in 1923. This page is a free addition, you only need to register as free member to view it. This gives you an ideaRead More →

For Adolphe Willette I was able to add a new album, dedicated to the book Le Pantalon Feminin, published in 1916. 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? Please loginRead More →

This new artist was added to the site. He illustrated books La Maison de La Verveine (1903) and Diary of a Lady’s Maid (1904). Some of the art for Maison de la Verveine was also illustrated by Martin van Maele. Go here to view this new artist.Read More →

Prev 1of3 Next For this artist is not much known. The artist is mentioned as illustrator for the book La Maison de La Verveine (1904) and the book Diary of a Lady’s Maid (1903). For this last book the engravings were done by Eugene Déte. The book La Maison deRead More →

So I am very proud to present the very fist magazine created by your curator. This magazine has its focus on the various art projects I run. It is my intention to publish one every mont. For more info, to view a preview and order go to my shop.Read More →

This is a free feature, which means that when you register for free you are able to view and download all artwork on the page from this artist. Henri Gerbault (1863 – 1930 ) was a French illustrator, water color painter, and poster artist. is work was published in magazines suchRead More →

Prev 1of5 Next ~ 1863 – 1930 ~ Henri Gerbault (Henry) or Jean Louis Armand Henri Gerbault (1863 – 1930) was a French illustrator, water color painter, and poster artist. He was born in Châtenay, Paris, France and was the nephew of the poet Sully Prudhomme. Henri studied at theRead More →

For Mario Laboccetta I had only one album so far, I managed to find some more art. Some subtile bdsm art and erotic art. The page has now 4 albums with 43 artworks.Read More →

A new artist was added to the site. Georges Barbier (1882–1932) was one of the great French illustrators of the early 20th century. His Art Deco style hides some interesting bdsm elements, for the viewer who can relate to these subtile dynamics they are a true pleasure to see. Go here toRead More →

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 →

A new artist has been added to the site, Ludwig Lutz Ehrenberger (1878-1950). Be sure to visit his page and view the amazing album Das Trunkene Lied. Members can view all art, non members can enjoy the free preview.Read 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 →

Barye Philips (1924-1969) was an American painter and illustrator of pulp magazines and paperbacks. Phillips was also active as a painter and sculptor.He illustrated training booklets and propaganda during World War II. Phillips began painting paperback covers around 1943 and was very prolific throughout the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, earningRead More →