Prev 1of5 Next ~ 1890 – 1955 ~ Rudolf Schlichter was a German artist and one of the most important representatives of the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) movement. Schlichter was born in Calw, Württemberg. After an apprenticeship as an enamel painter at a Pforzheim factory he attended the School ofRead 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 1of8 Next ~ 1863 – 1926 ~ Maurice François Alfred Martin van Miële was born 12 octobre 1863 in Boulogne sur Seine, he used the alias Martin van Maele (which also could be written as van Maële) and A van Troizem. He illustrated for Authors such as Charles CarringtonRead 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 →

Laffitte illustrated Memorias de una masoquista

Prev 1of1 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ Using the pseudonym Mel the artist Manuel Sierra Laffitte illustrated erotic novels such as Memorias de una masoquista (Memoirs of a masochist) this an erotic novel about BDSM and lesbianism published in Spain around 1931 by “Prensa Moderna”, a publishing house settled in Madrid. 1 album/11 artworksRead More →

Gaston Hoffmann created erotic/medical

Prev 1of5 Next ~ 1883 – 1960 There is not much to be found about artist Gaston Hoffman who’s most famous artworks is a satire on medical subjects and for ‘Scandale au Pictoire’. It shows a panel of judges “scandalized” by something they are viewing. I assume it is aRead More →

Rene Giffey did also some spanking artworks

Prev 1of7 Next ~ 1884 – 1965 ~ Rene was a French cartoonist, illustrator of books and magazines and comic book writer. His drawings appeared in magazines and girl , Chrissy , The Epatant , The Little Illustrated , Ace , Bold! and Junior .His career as a cartoonist beganRead More →

Margit Gaal was a bdsm and fetish artist

Prev 1of1 Next ~ 1898 – unknown ~ Margit Gaál was a (possibly Hungarian or Ukrainian) erotic BDSM, flagellation and enema artist (F/F and M/F). She was active around 1921 and her work was published in German magazines in the 1920s and 1930s. Most known is her work for SongsRead 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 →

Courth was a bdsm artist

Prev 1of3 Next ~ Date of birth unknown ~ Eugene Reunier was the pseudonym of Carl Breuer-Courth, a German erotica artist of the 1920s. His drawings depict mainstream scenes, sexual scenes as well as medical play and BDSM subjects such as spanking. Reunier also worked as a photographer of spankingRead More →

Max Bruning’s art dealt almost entirely with the many elements of eroticism.

Prev 1of4 Next ~ 1887 – 1968 ~ Max Bruning’s art dealt almost entirely with the many elements of eroticism. During the 1920’s his watercolours were reproduced as ‘naughty’ postcards and imagery for advertising. He dedicated his more serious talents, however, to the creation of original etchings and drypoint engravings,Read More →

Bilbrew was a fetish artist and cartoonist

Free Preview Prev 1of10 Next ~ 1923 – 1974 ~ Gene Bilbrew was an American cartoonist and fetish artist working mainly in the genres of femdom and bondage. In addition tosigning his work with his own name, he drew under a range of pseudonyms, including Eneg (“Gene” spelled backwards), VanRead 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 →