Saturday, 2 November 2013

A Tribute to a Terrific Retro Spanking Artist

The following are the works of an artist I know little of, other than I believe his or her name was Delacourt, and I think these were done in the 40's or 50's. Anyway, they are wonderful little watercolor studies, deftly crafted, that offer a range of subtle emotions and situations that make me sigh with envy.
If anyone knows more about this artist, please let me know...









9 comments:

  1. Don't know much about this artist, except that the work is beautifully done and quite evocative. He (?) is quite "old-fashioned" in outlook (and artwork). Quite interesting...

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  2. I've been looking for more background on this artist for a long time. She or he seems to be attributed a number of names as I've gathered on my artwork page (http://www.femdom-resource.com/femdom-artwork/#German)

    The best resource I've found is the German Enema Art blog, put together by someone who's clearly a big fan of the artist - http://germanenemaart.blogspot.com/

    If you've not seen that it's definitely a site well worth checking out, as it's got the most complete collection of the work I'm aware of.

    -paltego

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  3. This Ist done because of sexual reasons!

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  4. Hi Red:

    I also very much enjoy the work of this artist who I have heard referred to simply as "German". Did not know he was also known as Delacourt so thanks for that bit of info. I love his illustrations. They are beautifully executed and carry emotional impact. He did a series of enema studies that I have used in some of my posts featuring beautiful older women administering enemas to naughty young men. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. enjoyed the images. very arousing.

    Baxter

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  6. I am very reticent with the "Julie Delcourt" name. The pictures showed with this signing are not so good as the "original". For me, this Delcourt did just copied the German artist.

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    1. I was not aware there were two artists involved. I have no idea which of the two's artwork I'm posting here....

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  7. Don't worry: you posted the "good one". There is a very little drawings of this "Delcourt" and not well known - it was the first time I saw them.

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