Etienne Le Rallic (1891 – 1968) was a French illustrator
…one of the most prominent French illustrators and realistic comic artists of the 1930s through the 1950s. His first drawings were published in Le Rire in 1910. He was one of the pioneers of the comic strip in France.
Using the pseudonym R. Fanny, Etienne Le Rallic created M/F and F/F spanking art illustrations in the 1930s. Those best known are monochrome golden-brown illustrations for the spanking novel La Volupté du Fouet by Armand du Loup (1939).
In the 1940s and 1950s, Etienne Le Rallic devoted himself more and more to comics, and specialized in drawing realistic Western and Colonial Adventure comics. The artist also illustrated children’s books and other publications.
Here is the book cover of his most noted spanking work…
And here are the illustrations. The colours are beautiful. I used to work in a draughtman’s office for a while, and once came across a range of brown inks and a tracing pen. I guess he sketched in pencil and went over it in such ink….or maybe the printers find it that way from black originals.
The main girl reminds me very much of Kate, especially her bottom!
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I think the facial expressions and movement in this artist’s work set him apart. Quite magnificent and even scary at times. The one with the big brutish man having the young girl dragged to him for a thrashing, by the governess sent a shiver down my spine!
Born 1878 in Vienna Died 1961 in Innsbruck, Austria
He was a very well-known landscape painter. Particularly popular were his views of Alpine villages and various locations in the former Austrian-Hungarian Empire. From 1946 to 1958 he was the president of the tyrolean artist’s society (Tiroler Künstlerschaft).
Besides watercolor landscapes and architecture paintings, Rudolf Preuss also did a number of spanking art drawings. His pairings included practically all: F/f, F/F, F/M, M/f, and M/F.
Eric Galton was an F/F spanking art illustrator. He made 8 illustrations for The Misfortunes of Colette (circa 1930, issued privately for subscribers only by Gargoyle Press), the English translation of the French spanking novel Les Malheurs de Colette by Aimé Van Rod.
Les Malheurs de Colette is a spanking novel by Aimé Van Rod. It was first published in 1914 by Librairie Artistique et Édition Parisienne Réunies. There is also a 1928 edition by Édition Parisienne which was illustrated by Georges Topfer and has a cover illustration by Martin van Maële. The novel was translated to English under the title The Misfortunes of Colette, which features 8 illustrations by Eric Galton. It was issued privately for subscribers only by Gargoyle Press in circa 1930.
One can see how Galton based three of his illustrations on Topfer’s.
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Another photographer on my list of Spanking Artists is John Tisbury, a man who produces photographs in what can not be described as fine art. His photographs portray the fetish nude in the most erotic way, beautifully lit and sexily posed.
As you know by now I have a huge interest in the Victorian era, these would grace the corridors of my illustrated novel, ‘The Inveigle’. Not all his work is Victorian in appearance, but a lot of what I have chosen is.
Alphonse Friaux (a pseudonym of an artist named Milewsky, sometimes spelled Milewski) was a French or German artist who created F/m, F/M, F/f and F/F femdom spanking illustrations in the 1920s and 1930s. Some of Alphonse Friaux’s watercolor artworks are signed “AF, Paris, 1927
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This set is about a chorus girl who made a huge mistake on stage, ruining a performance by the dancers…
“If ever you dance with an hangover and mess up again, this will take place on stage before the other girls and the audience!” Says the owner.
And now for a couple of quite rare sets which you naughty boys will appreciate..
And now for some m/f domestic discipline…
Set 2 (this has what looks like a few F/f as well, but they seem to be of the same set, I think the Master is entertaining his partner and letting her join in…also, you can see that some of these have a tint of colour.
I think we have all heard of the early spanking Magazine ‘Roue’.
Roue magazine, once described as the Rolls Royce of spanking magazines, established an international reputation for style and content. The 1970s and 80s, often described as the Golden era of the spanking magazine had a queen….’Roue’ the forerunner of all the spanking magazine formats we used to love before the Internet took over. A much loved, fondly remembered treasure.
It used to invite the public to submit pieces of spanking art and publish them. Quite possibly some of the great spanking artists were spotted there.
Here is a selection…unknown artists, but excellent.
Some styles look very familiar don’t they? Who knows whose early work is here…