Georges Topfer was a French spanking artist from the late 1910s to the mid-1930s. Topfer often used the pseudonyms Gaston Smit, G. Smit, GTS and James Barclay. Below are his illustrations from the 1923 novel Les Humiliations de Miss Madge (The Humiliations of Miss Madge) by Aimé Van Rod.
Jonathan specialized in M/M and M/m spanking illustrations. His art frequently appeared in Red Tails: The Male Spanking Magazine published by Man’s Hand Films. Below are his illustrations of wet bottom spankings scenes, a favorite category of mine!
Explore more in Jonathan Part 2, “Daddy” Discipline. (Coming Soon)
Nothing is known about the artist Bartey, except that he illustrated the 1934 novel Croisière Voluptueuse (Voluptuous Cruise) by Max des Vignons.
“The blows fell with regularity, hammering the passive body which did not seek to escape the suffering. Mietje, however, was unable to remain still, she swayed from right to left and each of these swings was punctuated by a muffled moan.” – Excerpt from Croisière Voluptueuse, which is available for trade here.
Marilac illustrations from Mademoiselle Cinglade (Miss Cinglade) by André Vergereau which was published by Editions Prima in 1936. There is a bit of a mystery surrounding Marilac that you can read about on the Paris Olympia Press.
I had this idea that I wanted to post spanking art, comics, magazines and stories every day for a year. Currently I am on day 257. I love spanking and I love spanking art (obviously) and I have dedicated an incredible amount of time to this little project of mine. A year of course isn’t enough time to post everything, there is so much more out there and I am constantly finding new artists. I do have everything scheduled and ready to go to complete my year and then some, so that makes me happy!
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has reached out to me and has shown their appreciation for Smiles and Spanks. This has been a lot of fun and I am really looking forward to keeping it going for as long as I can.
While in Paris I visited La Musardine. Sadly they did not have the two Waldo books I wanted, but I did get History of Sexual Punishment and Histoire de la Fessee.
This HUGE spoon was a gift from a spankee in Utrecht. It’s already reddened quite a few bottoms! Also some Dutch clouds, just because.
In Bruges my SO found this amazing chocolate bottom. Yes, it was very tasty. And that is me on the Bonifacius Bridge.
Maurice François Alfred Martin van Miële, better known by his pseudonym Martin van Maële, was a French illustrator of early 20th century literature and renowned for his work in the field of erotic literature. Below are his illustrations from the novel La Maison de la Verveine (The House of Verbena), which was published under the writer’s pseudonym Jean de Villiot by Charles Carrington in 1904.
William Adolphe Lambrecht was an illustrator of French spanking novels in the early 1900s. Below are his illustrations from the novel Les Mystères de la Maison de la Verveine ou Miss Bellasis Fouettée pour vol (The Mysteries of the House of Verbena or Miss Bellasis Whipped for Theft), which was published under the writer’s pseudonym Jean de Villiot by Charles Carrington in 1901.
Louis Malteste was a French author, lithographer, designer and illustrator in the early 20th century. Malteste also used the pseudonym Ignotus, and under the pen name Jacques d’Icy, he wrote spanking novels. Below are his illustrations from the 1922 novel Quinze Ans (Fifteen Years) by Sadie Blackeyes.
“Wiggling her supple body, wiggling her legs to the right and to the left, despite her desperate efforts she could not manage to shield her fleshy parts from this shower of slaps, which with excruciating regularity, always fell in the same place.” – Excerpt from Quinze Ans
Georges Topfer was a French spanking artist from the late 1910s to the mid-1930s. Topfer often used the pseudonyms Gaston Smit, G. Smit, GTS and James Barclay. Below are his illustrations from the 1923 novel Les Vacances de Suzy (Suzy’s Vacation) by Jean Bustarès.
“Then, flat, the palm fell on my contracted buttocks. It made a great slap that echoed in the silence of the boudoir. I uttered a cry of painful astonishment, immediately covered by a second similar slap, applied with even more vigor. A third slap followed, a fourth. The feeling was extraordinary, unheard of; I had never known one like it. Pain or pleasure?” – Excerpt from Les Vacances de Suzy
“The cord hissed mournfully through the air. Five times, ten times, twenty times it fell on the rump, cracking like a whip. Each stroke left its red mark on it, which quickly turned brown and immediately turned purple. The flesh swelled. Legs apart, overwhelmed by an excruciating and painful agony, Rosemonde was moving in all directions without ceasing to moan.” – Excerpt from Les Vacances de Suzy
Louis Malteste was a French author, lithographer, designer and illustrator in the early 20th century. Malteste also used the pseudonym Ignotus, and under the pen name Jacques d’Icy, he wrote spanking novels. Below are his illustrations from the 1926 novel La Pécheresse Passionnée (The Passionate Sinner) by Max Daniel.