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 of
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 .
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 artworks
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 spanking
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,
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 Wilde