Sunday 12 July 2015

Erotic Stuff - July 12, 2015

Barberini Faun or Drunken Satyr, Glyptothek in Munich, Germany; 2nd century BC; Wikipedia

Digital Art by Maria Menshikova, Russian illustrator; web site

Dorota Korotko (b 1983), Polish photographer; Facebook

Erotic Scene by Eugene Reunier (1884–1960), German artist; Pinterest
Spanking Art: 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.

The Nudist Club by Tom Poulton (1897–1963); gallery; gallery
Wikipedia: Tom Poulton was a British magazine and medical illustrator who provided artwork for a range of publications including the British Journal of Surgery and The Radio Times. After his death it was discovered that he had also secretly produced hundreds of sketches and finished drawings of men and women engaged in a wide range of uninhibited sexual activity. ... Throughout his life he kept all of his erotic work secret for fear that it would be seized and he would be arrested by the police.

“À la terrasse du café” by Konstantin Razumov (b 1974), Russian impressionist painter; Pinterest

Édouard-Henri Avril (1849–1928), French painter and commercial artist
Wikipedia: Under the pseudonym Paul Avril, he was an illustrator of erotic literature.

"Femme nue assise sur une chaise" by Jeanloup Sieff (1933-2000), French photographer
Wikipedia: He is famous for his portraits of politicians, famous artists, landscapes, as well as for his nudes and use of wide-angle lens. He worked mainly in black and white and for the fashion.


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