Venus in Furs

~ First published in 1870 Venus in Furs (German: Venus im Pelz) is a novella by the Austrian author Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, and the best known of his works. The novel was to be part of an epic series that Sacher-Masoch envisioned called Legacy of Cain (Das Vermächtniß Kains) which …

A.W

For months I have been trying to find info for this artist, I had a few random artworks stored on my computer and I knew I had seen this style before. When doing a new search in my own collection I was able to find them, a collection FemDom Artworks …

Big Women

These artworks were done by an unknown Czech artist working around 1920. The artist illustrated the subject of Big Females with small guys, it is not entirely FemDom related (perhaps) but since I know this subject can be searched for within fetish themes I decided to add this album.Members can …

Renewed Lushé

Despite the fact that this artist remains a mystery and art is very little found, I was able to add 8 new colored artworks. This made it possible to renew the page for Lushé and devide artworks per niche/theme. Visit the artists page to see more.

Old Bdsm Art

This is such a beautiful album with colored spanking artworks, F/m and F/fThe auction site where I found them mentioned they come from Austria and were created ca 1900 (but I doubt this). The album was added to Anonymous FemDom Art.Members can also view the 7 artworks below. Content Restricted …

Chained Captives

Chained Captives in Bondageville was illustrated by Swiss Jim and published in 1960. I found two volumes so created two albums. Members can view the albums below, or via the artists page. These albums show a total of 28 F/f FemDom artworks, with a lot of bondage, objectification and other …

Gyl Bertie

Despite the extended research I did I was unable to find any information about the illustrator Gyl Bertie or Gyl Bert, who illustrated the book Imperieuse Volupté ou l’Affolante Servitude, published in 1935 and written by Jim Galding. One of the artworks (the last one) in the album I created …

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