Davanzo, “Irène et Son Esclave” Spanking Illustrations

Davanzo was a spanking artist from the period of early 20th century French spanking literature, working for Collection des Orties Blanches. Davanzo could be the same as the artist Wighead, both perhaps being the Italian artist Mario Laboccetta, using the pseudonym Marilac. Below are his illustrations from the 1933 novel Irène et son Esclave (Irene and Her Slave) by Daisy Lennox.

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Louis Malteste, “Miss” Spanking Illustrations

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 Miss by Sadie Blackeyes.

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Georges Topfer, “Souvenirs de Miss Barbara” Spanking Illustrations

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 1913 novel Souvenirs de Miss Barbara (Memories of Miss Barbara) by Aimé Van Rod.

“Miss Lovebirch grabbed a rod and proceeded to apply the humiliating and painful retribution. From the first blows, the whistling rods traced long purple stripes on the satiny whiteness of the twin hemispheres and soon the entire curved surface was streaked, flushed, blistered. The patient was leaping terribly and moaning, roaring, sobbing, but Miss Lovebirch was not paying or at least seemed to pay no attention to her complaints. She whipped furiously, in a rush of her whole body and her tight skirts detected with every effort the powerful movements of her muscles.” – Excerpt from Souvenirs de Miss Barbara

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Francis Heuber, “Painful Pleasures” Spanking Illustrations

Painful Pleasures is an English translation from 1931 of the French spanking novel Fustigations Vécues. This translation features different illustrations by artist Francis Heuber. No other works by this artist are known.

Painful Pleasures is available for trade here.

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Louis Malteste, “Qui Aime Bien” and “Châtie Bien” Spanking Illustrations

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 1912 novel Qui Aime Bien (Who Loves Well) and it’s sequel, the 1913 novel Châtie Bien (Punishes Well). Both were written by Jacques d’Icy.

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E. Klem, Various Novel Illustrations

Below are E. Klem illustrations from various novels. E. Klem was possibly a pseudonym used by the artist Eugene Klementieff. Some of these are definitely outside of the spanko box, but I very much enjoy Klem’s style, especially the beautiful bottoms from Mes Plus Belles Nuits D’amour.


E. Klem illustrations from Chairs et Dentelle (Chairs and Lace), which was published some time between 1933 – 1938.


E. Klem illustrations from the 1937 novel L’Éducatrice Passionée (The Passionate Instructress) by Jim Galding.


E. Klem illustrations from the 1935 novel Mes Plus Belles Nuits D’amour (My Most Beautiful Nights of Love).


E. Klem illustrations from the 1938 novel L’Amoureuse Discipline (The Discipline Lover) by Jim Galding.

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Chéri Hérouard, “Joujou, ou les Libertinages du Travesti” Spanking Illustrations

Chéri Hérouard aka Herric was a French artist and illustrator of erotica and spanking novels. Below are his illustrations from the 1936 novel Joujou, ou les Libertinages du Travesti (Joujou, or the Transvestite Libertines) by Liane Delorys.

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Louis Malteste, “Dolly Morton” Spanking Illustrations

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 1917 novel Dolly Morton by Donavan Kipps.

Dolly Morton is available for trade here.

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Georges Topfer, “Le Fouet au Couvent” Spanking Illustrations

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 1908 novel Le Fouet au Couvent (The Whip at the Convent) by Aimé Van Rod.

“Agnes’ drawn and convulsed features expressed the most dreadful despair. She was horribly pale and her widely dilated eyes reflected horror and infinite sadness...It goes without saying that her cries were deafening, as her tears streamed profusely down her cheeks…” – Excerpt from Le Fouet au Couvent

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Louis Malteste, “Fifi l’Arpète” Spanking Illustrations

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 Fifi l’Arpète (Pippi the Arpete) by Jacques d’Icy.

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Wighead, “Cruelles Frénésies de Van den Rook” Spanking Illustrations

Wighead was an illustrator of femdom and spanking novels in the 1930s. Below are his illustrations from the 1938 novel Cruelles Frénésies de Van den Rook (Cruel Frenzy of Van den Rook) by J. Van Styk.

Some of these might not be everyone’s cup of tea as they are definitely outside of the “normal” spanko purist box, but I like the collection as a whole and would prefer not to exclude any illustrations.

Cruelles Frénésies de Van den Rook is available for trade here.

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