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Venus in Furs

Venus in Furs, by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, is THE classic romance of tragic eroticism, depicting Severin’s intense adoration for Wanda, his overwhelming desire to be her slave and their developing relationship. This is a totally new edition, with exclusive illustrations by Sardax, the world’s leading femdom artist.

 

Bernard Montorgueil

Bernard Montorgueil was the pseudonym of a French BDSM and spanking artist and author of short stories whose works were originally written and published in the 1920s and 1930s (though not much is known about these original versions). Most of his work has femdom-malesub themes.

Bernard Montorgueil is draped in discretion. His work first circulated underground in the 50s, as four series of drawings together with four texts, originally hand written.
In some editions, the illustrations are in black and white, whereas in other editions they are colorized (in watercolors). The black-and-white artwork is original, but the colorization was probably done in the 1970s by an artist employed by one of the republishers.

There are also some books available with his art. There is also a download available with illustrations from the books Barbara, Dressur and Vier Donnerstage

Milo Manara

Maurilio Manara (born September 12, 1945), known professionally as Milo Manara, is an Italian comic book writer and artist. After architecture and painting studies, he made his comics debut in 1969 drawing for Genius, a Fumetti neri series of pocket books from publisher Furio Vanio in the wake of the popularity of Kriminal and Satanik.[1] In 1970 he illustrated for the magazine Terror, and starting in 1971 drew the erotic series Jolanda de Almaviva written by Francisco Rubino, issued in small format by publisher Erregi.

Manara’s reputation for producing comics that revolve around elegant, beautiful women caught up in unlikely and fantastical erotic scenarios became solidified with work such as Il Gioco (1983, also known as Click or Le Déclic), about a device which renders women helplessly aroused, Il Profumo dell’invisibile (1986, Butterscotch), introducing the heroine Miele (Honey) and a sweet-smelling body-paint which makes the wearer invisible, and Candid camera (1988, Hidden Camera) featuring the same protagonist in further explicit adventures. In the following years of combining sequels, original work and collaborations with noted creators, Manara’s production continued in this direction to explore erotic comics themes with an artistic and storytelling expression in a manner considered unique to Manara.

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Loic Dubigeon

Loïc Dubigeon was a French artist (1934, Nantes – 2001, Derchigny-Graincourt) who created erotic BDSM art, including spanking art. His art is focusing on the female submissive, i.e. woman spanking art. Besides flagellation and bondage, he also liked to draw fetish, female masturbation, oral and anal sex scenes. His erotic art is mainly black and white drawings, very explicit, detailed and close to photorealism. In this respect, his technique can be compared to that of Parris Quinn (Shadow and Light).
However his erotic art was only a part of his entire oeuvre. Dubigeon also did oil paintings, watercolors, collages and worked in many other styles and genres. He had exhibitions in major cities such as Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Madrid, Oslo, Hamburg, Vienna, New York and San Francisco. His art was published in several albums and books.

Dave Nestler

In the world of Pinup art, it is rare that an artist is able to push the edge to create something so unique that it is without comparison and ripe for imitation.

Most pinup artists fall into one of the two underlying schools or styles: Either hardcore in your face images most notably exemplified through the latest works of Sorayama, or the traditional lightly teasing, cheesecake style most commonly seen in Alberto Vargas’ and Olivia’s works.

Dave Nestler has tread the waters between the two shores, creating his notorious Glamourotica series: “Blonde and Gagged”, a combination of Glamour, Pinup, and Erotic art. It was actually necessity and timing that sent Nestler in the direction of Pinup art.

Read more at Dave Nestler’s Website
Click here to view album with art on this site

Lynn Paula Russell

“Lynn Paula Russell is a talented eclectic artist. She has explored the strange world of fetishistic art, illustrating a number of magazines – she has, indeed, been the editor of one magazine for the past nine years – and has produced several illustrated stories for French adult ‘Bandes Desinees’ magazines. Two other drawn novels have been issued as separate books there.
She paints in oils and water colours, but often prefers drawing in ink or pencil for the resulting sharpness. Several collectors have commissioned sets of drawings from her, including paintings inspired by The Story of O and the Kama Sutra. She has also been commissioned to execute a number of bookplates. Her work was exhibited at the Larmes d’Eros gallery in Paris and in a number of group shows in London galleries, and she has appeared in several discussion programmes on television in London and New York.
Source: Lynn Paula Russell’s Website

Click here to view album with some artwork from Lynn Paula Russell at this site

Olivia Berardinis, Artbooks

Artbooks by Olivia deBerardinis
Olivia De Berardinis, or simply Olivia (born November 1948) is an American artist who is known for her paintings of women, often referred to as pinup or cheesecake art. She has been working in this genre since the mid-1970s. Since 2004 Olivia has been a monthly contributor to Playboy magazine, where her art pinup page appears with captions written by Hugh Hefner.

De Berardinis’ artwork has been shown in art galleries throughout the United States and Japan, and her work is collected by fans worldwide. An original De Berardinis painting now appears in each issue of Playboy magazine.
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