Ostra Studio was a photography studio in Paris that was well-known in the 1930s for producing high-quality erotic pictures of nudes and fetishistic scenes of bondage, whipping, and spanking. The studio was an offshoot of the equally famous Biederer Studio founded by Jacques (1887 – 1942) & Charles Biederer (1892 –…Read More
Gerhard Windisch (1895 – 1961) was an Austrian artist and photographer. He lived in Leipzig in 1920/1930 and later in Paris. From 1950 he lived in Vienna.
He was an exceptionally talented and obscure European fetish artist who worked during the early 20th century under the pseudonym Alphonse Friaux and Milewsky or Milewski.
The general motif of his work was schoolteachers and governesses exacting corporal punishment on their young charges. His work contains F/m and some F/f art.
“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