Gert Gagelmann

~ 1902 – 1964 ~ Gerhard Georg August Gagelmann (named Gert Gagelmann) was a commercial artist who lived and worked in Germany (ca 1901- 1962 ), he worked as German fashion magazine illustrator, active in the Weimar Republic.The artist completed studies with distinction at the Reimann School in Berlin in …

Margit Gaál

~ 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 Songs Galantes.Less known are some …

Leon Courbouleix

~ 1887 – 1972  ~ Léon Courbouleix (1887 – 1972) illustrated spanking novels in the 1930s using the pseudonym J.X Dumoulin. His drawings are F/F, F/f and F/m. Besides spanking art, he also did some enema art. In the late 1930s Courbouleix wrote and illustrated two privately-printed limited-edition ‘memoires’ of …

Hata Deli

~ Date of birth unknown In the 1920s and 1930s, the artist created black and white BDSM drawings (hard contrast lineart) in a kind of post-art-nouveau style.Hata Deli’s artworks are cherished among fans of femdom/malesub art. The artists specialized in sadistic, cruel dominant women, lustfully engaging in acts of female …

Frederic

~ Date of birth unknown Frédéric was a German artist who illustrated femdom/malesub BDSM stories in the 50’s and 60’s One of the books he illustrated is Rolfi und Tante Edith, Die Gechichte meiner strengen Erziehung, published in 1978. Not all of his art was purely FemDom, he also created …

Paul Guérard

~ 1872-1968 ~ Paul Guérard was a French author and artist and one of the major contributors to early 20th century French spanking literature. Between 1903 and 1939 he wrote, illustrated and published about 100 erotic fetish novels in French, mostly of flagellation themes. He used the pseudonyms Don Brennus …

Gene Bilbrew

~ 1923 – 1974 ~ Gene Bilbrew was an American cartoonist and fetish artist working mainly in the genres of femdom and bondage. In addition to signing his work with his own name, he drew under a range of pseudonyms, including Eneg (“Gene” spelled backwards), Van Rod, and Bondy. Throughout …

Paul Emile Becat

~ 1885 – 1960 ~ Paul-Emile Becat was a French painter, printmaker and engraver, and was awarded first prize in the Prix de Rome in 1920. He was a student of Gabriel Ferrier and François Flameng and exhibitioned at the Salon de Paris in 1913. Returning from his travels to …

Franz von Bayros

~  1866 – 1924 Marquis Franz von Bayros was born in Zagreb in 1866, as the son of a Spanish noblemanOne of his erotic portfolios, ‘Erzahlungen vom Toilettentisch’ (‘Tales from the Dressing Table’), caused a courtcase and made Von Bayros famous. In 1911, the Munich police persecuted him because of …

Jean MacOrlan

~ 1882-1970 ~ Jean Macorlan was a French novelist and songwriter. Jean Macorlan is presumably an alias for Pierre Dumarchey, who was better known under the pseudonym Pierre Mac Orlan. It is also possible that this name was given to Pierre his brother: Jean Dumarchay. Jean told Pascal Pia that …

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