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 1930 novel Le Fouet Conjugal (The Conjugal Whip) by Aimé Van Rod.
Le Fouet Conjugal was first published in 1908 with illustrations by M. del Giglio.
“The whip didn’t stop whistling, doing it’s terrible job. Leonie lamented, cried madly, mingled her cries with sighs, vast sobs, snatches of sentences cut by her howls of pain. But the husband remained implacable. Neither the protests of devotion, of submission, nor the appellations of tenderness, nor the apologies for the insulting words uttered in a moment of bewilderment, nothing could soften him to the point of making him renounce the present task, to which he decidedly took a liking to.” – Excerpt from Le Fouet Conjugal
“He felt the pleasure of a lover and an artist to watch the nervous comings and goings of those desperately shaking legs, and the wriggling of that big butt, shivering under the silk, responding to each attack of the whip by some graceful contortion, touching and comical at the same time. All this aroused in him a passion of enthusiasm. He would not have given up his place for all the treasures of the Banque de France.” – Excerpt from Le Fouet Conjugal
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